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Michelle Nicolini BJJ Seminar in Auckland, Saturday 7 December 2013



  • 2:00pm until 5:00pm
  • 6x World BJJ Champion Michelle Nicolini of Checkmat comes to Central Auckland for a 3 hour seminar from 2-5pm on Saturday 7th December. Thank you to Fernando Junior of Brazilian Training Academy for graciously providing his gym to accommodate Michelle's seminar. The seminar will be at BTA's new location in December:

    Brazilian Training Academy
    65-73 Parnell Rise
    Auckland (Central)...
    NEW ZEALAND

    Michelle is one of today's most revered female BJJ competitors, and is an icon to all aspiring female grapplers.

    The 3 hour seminar will cost $75 per person, and is open to both men and women. Ladies who have attended a NZGG open mat or camp will receive a $10 discount.

    Michelle is also available for private lessons. There is a $20 discount per hour if you attend the 3-hr seminar. Here is her pricing for private lessons, which will be held at Auckland MMA.

    **Private hour Prices WITHOUT seminar**
    $120 per person for 1 person
    $80 per person for 2 people
    $70 per person for 3 people
    $60 per person for 4 people
    $55 per person for 5 people.

    **Private hour Prices WITH seminar**
    $100 per person for 1 person
    $60 per person for 2 people
    $50 per person for 3 people
    $40 per person for 4 people
    $35 per person for 5 people

    TO REGISTER, PLEASE SEND AN EMAIL TO VAN@STRONGVON.COM OR CALL OR TEXT Van Do at 021 295 3458. You can also send Van a Facebook message. All registration fees should be paid in cash or go into this bank account:

    Name: Van Milnes
    Bank: Westpac
    Account: 03 0227 0568629 001
     
     
     
     
     
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