If you were one of the lucky ones to get the Alliance Deal on Groupon This info is for you.
Make sure you bring workout clothing – There is a Gi rental Fee of $1.00 yes just $1.00 (Price is for groupon member only)
Step 1 – Click the Book now button this will help you Schedule your times to train.
(You must Schedule!!!!)
Step 2 – Arrive 20 min before class start time.
Step 3 Have a great time.
Alliance Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu NYC is the New York home of the 2008 and 2009 World Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Champions — Team Alliance!
After a sensational and overall brilliant performance at the 2008 and 2009 World Championship by our awesome competitors, Alliance Jiu-Jitsu team is now recognized as the gold standard in Gracie Jiu-Jitsu training. With our very dedicated and nurturing instructors, we are no “McDojo.”
Our academy is sought out by those in the know for specific and hands on training. With great and highly encouraged interaction between our students and their accomplished instructors our school is second to none in the Tri-State area.
Do you dream of being a fighter? Do you simply want to relieve some stress? Do you just want to get an amazing workout without diddling around with machines?
Welcome, you have come to the place that will make it all worth it! Gracie Jiujitsu (Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu) has without a doubt revolutionized the martial arts world in the last 17 years. With the explosion of mixed martial arts and Ultimate fighting, there are no shortage of folks claiming to teach Gracie Jiu-Jitsu or submission grappling. Since Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is the required foundation in the training of a mixed martial artist and extremely crucial for self defense, authentic instruction in a safe environment is a must!
Gracie Jiu-Jitsu helps the casual student develop flexibility, cardiovascular endurance, increased motor coordination and a greater understanding of one’s body. With the engaging and fun training at Alliance Jiu-Jitsu you will get all that and then some!
Come in for our Free Introductory (private) class!
Some historians of Jiu-Jitsu say that the origins of “the gentle art” can be traced back to India, where it was practiced by Buddhist Monks. Concerned with self-defense, these monks created techniques based upon principles of balance and leverage, and a system of manipulating the body in a manner where one could avoid relying upon strength or weapons. With the expansion of Buddhism, Jiu-Jitsu spread from Southeast Asia to China, finally arriving in Japan where it developed and gained further popularity.
In the last days of the 19th century, some Jiu-Jitsu masters emigrated from Japan to other continents, teaching the martial arts as well as taking part in fights and competitions.