Monday, 26 August 2019

Future Kimono is looking to sponsor New Zealanders


You could the next person being sponsored!

After signing up Gordon Ryan, I just asked the company what they are planning next..
Future Kimono actually signed up more athletes which we cannot disclose their names at the moment due to their previous contracts finishing soon.
The new athletes are based in USA and Brazil.

The good news is that they are looking for local talents to represent their brand in NZ.

Actually, I like the concept of developing grass roots BJJ and give the opportunity to the older and new up coming talents of New Zealand.

I would suggest that you contact them directly via facebook or instragram.

It could be a NOGI competitor and/or a GI competitor.


Please see links for more information.


https://www.instagram.com/futurekimonos/?hl=en

https://www.facebook.com/futurekimonos/

Blog on why and how to get BJJ sponsors
https://www.jiujitsutimes.com/comprehensive-guide-on-how-to-get-jiu-jitsu-sponsors/








Sunday, 25 August 2019

Springs

Spring is just around the corner.
If you want to start learning BJJ or if you stopped for a while and are thinking to start again, just drop by for a free class and email us if you need more information.

We do not have contracts and do not use the discount strategy so we are not offering any form of discount if you join us for spring.

We have two main location for adults (Epsom & Sandringham) and one main location for kids (Grey Lynn).


Below are some videos about Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.





Saturday, 24 August 2019

Expanding in Auckland: 6

We have 2 locations where we teach Brazilian Jiu Jitsu to adults.
The first one is Epsom:
6 Woodhall Road

Second location is Sandringham:
681 Sandringham Road

We also have an affiliate school that specialize in teaching kids in Grey Lynn:
38 Monmouth Street

https://www.aucklandkidsbjj.com/

Our students are also teaching in another 3 locations and spreading the knowledge and techniques of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu & Judo.

Ben is teaching Judo and BJJ in Howick (Howick College).
The club is for their students only.
Ben is also beginner Judo Coach at Auckland University Judo Club

Jay is teaching wrestling and BJJ Nogi in Mangare.
He is teaching at the De La Salle College.
The club is for their students only.
Jay is a former student of De La Salle. He happily donates some of his time to teach the new students

Garth also started teaching BJJ in Meandow Bank / St Heliers
He is teaching at the Kawa Dojo (Zen Do Kai)
Garth is also the kids Judo Coach at Auckland University Judo Club