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Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and Submission Grappling for all backgrounds

at Flyweight Boxing in Bonifacio Global City.

Types of Training


Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu

Gi class follows a grappling rule set and format in which, beyond utilizing direct control over the opponent's body, the fabric and belt of the uniform known as the gi/kimono may be gripped and manipulated as well.

This additional layer of options often makes gi jiu-jitsu feel somewhat more slowed down relative to no-gi / submission grappling, while opening up your game to explore even more expressions of skill and creativity within an already technically rich grappling discipline.

Submission Grappling

Grappling without a gi means that the opponent's clothes are not allowed to be grabbed and controlled. This type of grappling more closely resembles MMA grappling and other adjacent disciplines such as wrestling than gi jiu-jitsu. 

Recommended Attire:

Top: Rash Guard

Bottom: Shorts and/or Leggings

(No zippers!)

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Introductory Class

Completely new to grappling? 


We run weekly classes that act as an introduction to some basic concepts and skills so that beginners can get used to what it feels like to practice jiu-jitsu in a safe and manageable way. 

Mondays 7pm-9pm: No-Gi for Beginners

  • No-Gi = No traditional uniform/kimono needed

  • Recommended Attire: rash guard with shorts and/or leggings (NO ZIPPERS)

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