Benefits of Jiu-Jitsu for women
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu helps women avoid dangerous situations and empowers them. Our friendly and knowledgeable instructors teach women how to defend themselves against a attacker, whether she is on her feet or on the ground.
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu involves submission and ground fighting techniques. It focuses on gaining a dominant position over your opponent with the help of techniques such as chokeholds, joint-locks, compression lock, etc. Most Martial Arts require the practitioners to be physically strong to face a larger opponent, however, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu focuses on making use of proper body mechanisms rather than utilizing strength, speed and weight advantages. The techniques we teach can be used effectively by anyone of any age, size, strength or level of physical fitness.
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu strengthens women physically and psychologically. Regular practice builds self confidence and allows for peace of mind. Apart from these benefits, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu provides women the similar benefits as men. It makes them physically more flexible, keeps them fit and above all, it's really fun. In the training sessions, students gradually face new challenging situations that keep up their spirit. Moreover, it is a great stress buster. Fill out the form below and we’ll contact you to schedule your FREE student consultation, academy tour and one on one lesson with our women’s Jiu Jitsu coach!
Hear what renowned black belt, Emily Kwok has to say about her experience training here!
"I joined the Seaside Jiu Jitsu Academy because my husband was so addicted to it I thought, “I have to find out what if so fun about this?” Its been a great workout that improves your agility and ability to remember complex moves. I especially recommend it for women, come Join!” - Hayley Espelund - Purple Belt and Women’s Coach
“After the first day I fell in love with it. The instructors are amazing and very patient and so is everyone else in the class. I've been getting in shape and having fun at the same time!” - Blair Hedrick