Frequently Asked Questions
Flowhouse Brazilian Jiu Jitsu
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
BJJ is a grappling style that grew out of Judo. It emphasizes fighting on the ground- specifically focusing on how to reach a controlling position and then finish an opponent with a choke or joint lock (there are no strikes). Sparring is a major part of training, and ranking is normally based on student performance.
Absolutely not. The entire reason we are here is to help you learn from the start, and teach you how to become a submission EXPERT!
Absolutely not, there is no pressure to fight or compete at this school.
Of course you can. It’s a great way to test your skills!
The best way to get in shape for jiu jitsu, is to do jiu jitsu. You should dive right in and start training, as your fitness and skill level will improve by attending class regularly. If you’re holding off because you think you should be in “shape” first, you may never get round to actually training. Just come on in and get started.
Our students range from 6 to 80 years old. It’s never too early or late to learn this beautiful art!
It all depends on what classes you are interested in registering for. Come on in for a free class or give us a call and we will be happy to explore possibilities.
Schedule your Free Private Intro Class!
The intro class is a one-one with one of our World Class Instructors. We go over some of the basics before coming into a live class. This is also a great time to go over any questions you may have.