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Nino Schembri began training in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu at age five under his teachers Marcelo and Silvio Behring in Nova Ipanema, Rio de Janiero, Brazil. He began his elite training at age thirteen under Jorge Pereira who helped develop the early stages of his game. As a blue belt at age eighteen, he moved to […]MORE INFO
Benjamin Kim has been studying martial arts his entire life. He first began as a child training in Bujinkan Budo Taijitsu also known as Ninjitsu. In high school, he began learning collegiate wrestling and earned the title of 2x league champion and MVP his sophomore year. Shortly after graduating Ben began training in Vale Tudo andKickboxing […]MORE INFO
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John Danaher is a BJJ black belt under Renzo Gracie, and is known as one of the best BJJ instructors in the world.
The New Zealand born black belt has been praised by the BJJ community as being a master and brain of the art. Danaher is a highly intelligent individual, who has a Master degree in philosophy from Columbia University, and is totally focused on the evolution and improvement of Jiu-Jitsu.
“…My first experience rolling with my instructor was earth shattering; I suddenly realized how vulnerable I was. I not only lacked the knowledge necessary to defend myself, I was mentally and physically incapable of doing so. For the first time in years I experienced a moment of clarity. JIu jitsu had shocked me back into the real world. “MORE INFO
The company’s SF office offers classes in Thai Boxing twice a week, and Brazilian jiu-jitsu once a week. (In case you’re wondering, Brazilian jiu-jitsu apparently removes all the striking elements of traditional jiu-jitsu and focuses on throwing and grappling, according to the Livestrong site).MORE INFO