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We offer a flexible schedule of Gi, No Gi for adults. Our Kids program is for children ages 6-13 and is held 3 times a week. Competing is not required, however, we have many members who enjoy competition jiu jitsu. No matter your goals, we have classes and coaches to help get you there.


Open mats are held on Saturday evenings. We do allow non-members to attend, but you must message us first. No Walk Ins.

This is a time for members to work on what they learned during the week. Whether you want to drill, work on a specific technique or spar, this is your time to use the mats to improve your skills.


Our kids program is open to ages 6-13.

Jiu Jitsu isn’t just for adults. In fact, it’s the perfect activity for kids. Jiu Jitsu incorporates a lot of ground grappling and control tactics. When it comes to self defense, BJJ empowers a smaller individual to fight against a larger opponent. BJJ helps kids gain confidence, learn discipline, focus their energy, foster respect for others, and be a part of a community full of future friends and mentors!

Kids Jiu Jitsu

We offer no-gi classes that are equipped to help improve your personal jiu jitsu journey 

These classes consist of basic traditional Jiu-Jitsu techniques adapted to make up for the lack of a uniform to grab. Students will learn how to take down, hold down and apply joint locks to submit opponents who are not wearing a traditional bjj Kimono (Gi). No-Gi class is faster paced and includes additional techniques such as foot and leg locks.

No Gi Jiu Jitsu

We offer Gi classes that are ready to accommodate anyone, whether you’re a beginner or experienced practitioner.

Jiu Jitsu was designed to help the student develop proficiency and heightened awareness. Traditionally Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is practiced in a Gi (Kimono). The burden the gi places on the body eliminates many physical advantages so the participant is forced to focus on technique and strategy.

Gi Jiu Jitsu

No Slamming – If you pick your partner up, you are responsible for getting them back to the mat safely.

Tap early and tap often – At Bayside Jiu Jitsu, we do not train with an ego. There is no reason to get hurt, or injure a training partner. 

Lower belts give way to higher belts – When sparring, if your training interferes with another group, the lower belts will relocate their training. 

If you have a rash or skin infection, please do not come to class – These types of infection are easily transferred and highly contagious. Seek treatment early and return only once the rash or infection is controlled. Please note, ringworm, jock itch and athletes foot are all from the same bacteria and require treatment.

Be respectful of one another — we’re all here to learn a skill and train as a group while making and maintaining friendships. 

Keep your gear clean and nails cut – Gi’s are wear once wash once. Please be courteous to your fellow students, maintain clean gym gear and keep nails trimmed. 

Shoes MUST be worn to the bathroom – Once you leave the mat shoes should be put on immediately. We put our faces on the mat and do not want to risk transferring anything from the bathroom floor onto the mat. 

No shoes on the mat – We do not want to risk transferring any bacteria onto our clean mats. Feel free to keep flip flops or slides at the gym.

Keep all gym gear and bags in the lobby – The mat space should be clear of all bags and shoes. 

Sign in – Please check in for the class you are attending . Attendance plays a part in your progress and belt promotions.

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