Join the Kombat Jiu-Jitsu Academy and train with athletes from all over the world.
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is a martial art which favours skill over strength. This makes it suitable for everyone regardless of age, size or gender.
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is a modern martial art which was born when Japanese master Mitsuyo Maeda travelled to Brazil in 1916. There, he started teaching his ground fighting skills to Carlos Gracie who later passed it on to his brothers. Hélio, being the smallest and weakest of the brothers, had difficulties adapting the techniques. Therefore, he began to make adjustments until they could be applied by anyone, regardless of size or strength.
The Gracie brothers continued together to develop this new version of the martial art which is free from the strict rules of Japanese Jiu-Jitsu. What they named BJJ is now one of the most complete forms of self-defence. It is also great for fitness as it focusses on strength, endurance, joint mobility and balance. Being skilled in BJJ is also considered indispensable for all MMA (Mixed Martial Arts) athletes.
You can join our BJJ course whether you are a complete beginner or already an advanced martial artist. At Kombat Group you can train this fascinating sport with athletes from all parts of the world.
Do you wear a Gi for the first time? You will find instructors that will guide you step by step in the movements and learning of the techniques.
Are you already a BJJ practitioner? You can have fun with new people in a great environment while expanding your technical knowledge.
Daily training sessions both with Gi and without (No Gi) are included in the camp training schedule, so that other classes can also be combined daily. Besides the regular classes, we also hold seminars throughout the year with masters of the best academies who will share not only their methodologies and techniques but also the values that make this martial art one of the most appreciated.
BJJ is widely recommended by physicians, psychologists and educators as the teaching methodology allow realistic and safe training for everyone. Many consider it to be the most complete of all martial arts. Its aim is to promote self-defence without the actual practice of violence.
BJJ cultivates personal growth by strengthening the positive and intellectual qualities of the practitioner. At its core, BJJ is a defence system that requires the use of intelligence. It is an extremely healthy sport that increases endurance, flexibility and coordination. Additionally, it really clears your mind and helps to release stress and above all, it is a lot of fun. Come and see for yourself!
Equipment for training
Equipment required for beginners
Gi and belt
Rash guard for NoGi classes
All necessary training equipment can be either rented or bought at our Kombat Gear Shop.
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What martial arts should I learn?
You have so much to gain from learning a martial art! You will increase your confidence and self-control while improving your overall health and fitness. Plus, martial arts teach you to control and defend yourself in tough situations which is critical to avoid injuries. There are many other benefits as well, both physical and mental.
Though this training camp is rooted in Muay Thai instruction and fight preparation, we recognize the value of cross-training in various martial arts to develop well-rounded individuals and skills. Combining BJJ with one or more of the other martial arts we offer (Boxing, MMA, Krav Maga, or Muay Thai) is possible and our facility is well-equipped and large enough to accommodate training in all of these disciplines.
BJJ or Muay Thai?
BJJ is mostly a ground sport and the health benefits of the training include weight loss, muscle gain, increased flexibility, stronger mental focus, stress relief, and so much more. Muay Thai is a stand up martial art that uses punches, kicks, knees, and elbows in various combinations to develop all of the above benefits. Try them both and pick the one that suits you better!
BJJ or Boxing?
Again, the main difference is the level where you fight: on the ground or standing up. Combining both of the disciplines gives you more complete training for your personal growth, as well as for your self-defence techniques and your fighting knowledge.
BJJ or MMA?
BJJ is a big part of the MMA preparation. Competing in MMA without knowing Jiu Jitsu techniques will be very dangerous! Here you have the opportunity to train in both of them, learning the small details that you need to be the best!
BJJ or Krav Maga?
Both of them are great as self-defence disciplines. Most of the Krav Maga ground techniques were developed starting from proper Jiu Jitsu movements. Whereas during Krav Maga you will learn how to defend yourself from both armed and unarmed attackers, during BJJ you will learn how to use your body against the attackers, regardless of size!