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Enroll your kids for classes in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu at our Sandringham Location

We have 4 weeks left to enroll your kids to our new program.


We are planning to start a Junior Squad aka Kids next year (2020).

We are looking at offering Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu classes at our Sandringham location.

681 Sandringham Road
Sandringham
Auckland

Age range:
We are looking at 10-16 years old at the moment.


The classes will be held on Mondays and Wednesdays from 5 pm-6 pm (before the senior class).

The instructor will be Jay.
Jay works as teacher at a local high school.

Auckland BJJ has been primarily offering classes to adults and we are very pleased to be able to open our doors to younger members of our community.

We are looking at a running a ten weeks program for term 1:

Monday  03 February 2020
to
Wednesday 08 April 2020.

The fees are $150 per term for one kid.

If you have an additional sibling, we offer a 50% discount for the additional child or children.



If you have a kid under 10 year old, we recommend our other club Auckland Kids BJJ as they teach the younger kids.
https://www.aucklandkidsbjj.com/

Topics:

Week 1
Mount position

Week 2
Back position

Week 3
Side control

Week 4
knee on the belly

Week 5
guard subs

Week 6
Guard passes

Week 7
Guard sweep

Week 8
half guard

Week 9
Turtle

Week 10
grading

If the term 1 is a success, then you are likely to continue our junior program for term 2.



Of course, we will give priority to the kids that was already enrolled for term 1.

At moment, we are looking at limiting our number of students to ensure a good ratio for students/teacher.

We are looking at taking the first applications.

How do you apply?

Please email us and write down as much information as possible.

We will reply to confirm your reservation.


EMAIL: info@aucklandbjj.com




http://www.aucklandbjj.com/2019/11/taking-junior-squad-program-for-2020.html

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