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BJJ Classes

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Classes for Adults

Step onto the mats and join our BJJ classes to learn powerful grappling and self-defence techniques. Gi, No-Gi and Kids BJJ Classes are available.

*Roar MMA provides a discount for FIFO & Emergency Service workers

From BJJ Fundamentals to Advanced Classes, we've got you covered

Roar MMA offers a busy schedule of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu classes, both Gi and No-Gi. With over 10 Black Belts across two locations, we have a wealth of experience to guide you through your grappling journey.

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Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Classes at Roar MMA

Whatever your situation or background, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu welcomes individuals from all walks of life

A huge concept of BJJ is that a practitioner with skill can easily control a larger, heavier opponent. This is achieved through a series of takedowns, sweeps, reversals, joint locks and chokes. The aspect of building a solid guard foundation, making it difficult for your opponent to “pass your guard”, also makes it an incredible sport for self-defence.

Many people who train in BJJ develop a sense of calm and humbleness towards the sport and their opponents. There is almost no aggression involved. It can increase your confidence, awareness and discipline, making it perfect for both adults and kids.

Other benefits include increased mobility, fat loss, fitness, endurance and strength. Roar MMA employs some of Perth’s most prolific BJJ coaches, training in both Gi and No Gi BJJ.

Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Benefits

Just a few of the things that will make you love BJJ

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  1. Increased Confidence

    As you progress in BJJ, your skills and knowledge grow, leading to increased self-confidence, self-belief, and a positive self-image that extends beyond the mat.

  2. Self-Defence Skills

    Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu equips you with practical and effective self-defence techniques, enabling you to protect yourself and others in real-world situations.

  3. Full-Body Workout

    BJJ is a highly dynamic and physically demanding martial art, providing a complete workout that improves cardiovascular endurance, strength, mobility, flexibility, and overall fitness.

  4. Calm Under Pressure

    Training in BJJ enhances mental sharpness, quick thinking, and strategic decision-making skills as you learn to anticipate and react to various scenarios on the mat.

  5. Stress Relief

    Jiu-Jitsu helps alleviate stress and promotes mental well-being by providing an outlet to release tension, focus on the present moment, and channel your energy in a positive way.

  6. Discipline and Focus

    BJJ requires dedication, consistency, and discipline, creating valuable qualities that can be applied to all areas of life, including work, relationships, and personal goals.

  7. Camaraderie and Community

    BJJ creates a supportive and inclusive community of practitioners, fostering friendships, teamwork, and a sense of belonging that enhances the overall training experience.

  8. Personal Growth

    Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu promotes personal growth by pushing you out of your comfort zone, teaching resilience, and creating a self-improvement mindset that translates to other aspects of life.

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Coaches

Meet our team of BJJ Enthusiasts

Adam Devon

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BJJ Coach

Nick Quayle

Nick Quayle
BJJ Coach

Darryl King

Darryl King
BJJ Coach

Johanna Skiba

Johanna Skiba
Women's BJJ Coach

Jeff Cameron

Jeff Cameron
No Gi BJJ Coach

Kyle Skiba

Kyle Skiba
BJJ Head Coach (Bibra Lake) | Wrestling Coach

Kane Stone

Kane Stone 2
Owner | Coach

Jon Stonehouse

Jon Stonehouse
Kids BJJ Coach

Antonio Perez

Antonio perez
BJJ Coach

Lennon Daw

Lennon Daw
BJJ Coach

Jamie Morrison

Jamie Morrison
BJJ Head Coach (Rockingham)

Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Class Reviews

"I've never met a more warm and friendly group of people, completely free of ego"

We are honoured to share some feedback from our valued members.

Thanks to Kane at Roar. Singing up he made everything smooth and simple. Attended my 1st BJJ class and Kane was brilliant. Being the new guy he still took the time to show me the ropes. Looking forward to the journey.

Dave Jones

Very welcoming environment for BJJ starters

Harry

Great facilities, great coaches, great people all round... Get down there and give it a try, you won't be disappointed

Matt Brandon

I've been training Jiu Jitsu for 8 months now and I can honestly say I've never met a more warm and inviting group of people, completely free of ego.

Andrew Newlan

Great facility, terrific coaches. Definitely recommend this place to anyone wanting to try Martial arts :)

Gabi Karaitiana

I've been doing BJJ at Roar for around 3.5 years now and the place has become a second home. There is no ego or intimidation, just a great bunch of people you could almost call family, all training hard and enjoying rounds.

Sean Golding

Great facility and experienced staff

Cody Correia

Super welcoming group of people. Good hard rolls and a good range of body types to train with. You couldn't pick a better gym.

Tom Holliday

Home of the the best grapplers and fighters i’ve ever met. My home. The lessons you’ll learn are second to none - fight skills and life skills.

Ernest Quetulio

Solid team and coaches get amongst it peepz

Conrad Chard

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BJJ FAQ's

Get answers to our most commonly asked questions about Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. For anything else, please don’t hesitate to contact us!

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The Gi (also known as a Kimono) is what is traditionally worn in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. It is a martial arts suit specially designed to be worn during wrestling, and allows for additional and different techniques to be utilised. In the Gi, we can make use lapels for chokes, and also for alternative grips and control of your opponent.

In No Gi BJJ, we typically wear just a rash guard and shorts. Becoming more and more popular due to the UFC/MMA, No Gi tends to be faster as there is less grip to hold your opponent in position.

Both disciplines are very similar, yet very unique to each other. It is definitely worth trying both, and training in one, the other or both.

If you are doing Gi, you will need to wear a Gi. If you haven’t got one, there are usually a couple of sets that you may borrow at the gym. If you are doing No-Gi, a sports tee and shorts (no buttons or embellishments) will work just fine. When you’re ready to commit, get a rashguard and MMA shorts or leggings. Try to avoid wearing shorts with pockets.

A mouthguard is highly recommended!

Yes! If you have time in your schedule, consistent weight training supports an increase in strength and prevents injuries. However, if weights aren’t your thing, no problem! Your body will condition itself to jiu jitsu over time with regular training.

On your first class, introduce yourself to the coach. He will introduce you to the class. Let your training partners know you’re new, roll to work on a technique, take it slow and tap early.

This is time commitment dependent. Your training schedule should work for you, but anywhere between 2-5 times is great, including open mats. The main thing is to be sustainable and consistent.

One technique at a time. As there are many aspects to BJJ, focus on what it is you want to get good at, drill it and apply it to your rolls. When you become consistent in that technique, you get better.

Not really, we exploit mechanical leverage, but having strength behind you, can’t hurt.