The best Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Dojo of Florida State in 2013, 2014 and 2015. Check our results!
We are a family-based dojo. We are open all year round for new students. Come for a FREE class to experience the martial arts style of the moment - Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu! Also known as BJJ or Gracie Jiu-Jitsu, it is the most effective Self-Defense style of our days. As most of the techniques take place on the ground, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is fun to learn and any person, no matter what gender, age of fitness level, can do it! For adults we offer separate fundamentals-only and sparring class. We even have a Women-only class! This is the perfect recipe to empower anyone, even if you have no skills or if you are out-of-shape, to learn and progress on your own pace. Check out our website and we hope you visit us for a FREE TRIAL LESSON. We enroll beginners only so we can shape your skills based in our philosophy. Come today!
Viera BJJ has separate classes for children, teenagers and adults. All lessons are presented by Professor Thadeu Vieira. Classes begin with a series of warm-up exercises followed by a brief review of previous lessons or the introduction of a new technique.
The fundamental elements of each technique are presented and analyzed, including the necessary body mechanics required to make the technique maximally effective. This breakdown and analysis of techniques is a key aspect of learning BJJ. After each instructional class, students are invited to participate in open training, which includes free sparring. The main objective of open training is to learn to apply the techniques in a competitive environment. This leads to increase retention of the techniques land improved technical and physical prowess. This process is physically and mentally challenging while at the same time being fun and rewarding. Most importantly, it gives each student the confidence and ability to apply the techniques in the real world should the situation arise.
All sessions are conducted in a controlled and respectful environment with athletes of different ranks. This creates an effective and continuous learning cycle where the higher-ranked athletes pass along their knowledge and experiences to lower-ranked athletes.