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Auckland BJJ opens an additional club in Sandringham from Monday 18 June 2018

We are now taking a list of new students for our new location in Sandringham for semester 2.

The program taught at this new location will be based on the fundamental program which is more suitable to beginners.

If you are more advanced BJJ player, you might want to try out at our other club in Epsom as Sandringham will be focusing on beginners to start with.

The starting date will be Monday 18 June 2018.

Classes will be on Mondays and Wednesdays from 6 pm to 8 pm.

Cost is $20 per week on automatic payment.

We expect to reach maximum capacity really quickly as we are have a limited intake for new students. The reasons are for quality of teaching (to maintain a good ration of teacher and student) and safety on the mats during training.

Once we reach capacity, we will create a waiting list for the rest of semester if a spot opens up.

If you are interested, please send us an email and we will write down your name for your first free class on Monday 18 June or Wednesday 20 June.

PLEASE EMAIL bjjweb@stuartmitchell.com


The classes are held at St Martins Church Hall 


 681 Sandringham Rd,

 Sandringham, 

Auckland 1025



(on the corner or Sandringham and Taumata Roads)





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