Pricing and FAQs

Adult Beginner’s Special

for the first month

$200/mo after the first month

Kids Beginner’s Special

for the first month

$175/mo after the first month

Beginner’s BJJ Juniors

for the first month

Family Pricing

per month

Unlimited training immediate family members

Discounts available for veterans, first responders, and police officers.

Gear pricing for new members

  • White Kimono: $190
  • Blue Kimono: $215
  • NoGi Shorts: $57-70
  • Rash Guard: $47-55
  • Spats: $59-65
  • White Kimono: $145
  • Blue Kimono: $145
  • NoGi Shorts: $57-70
  • Rash Guard: $43
  • Training Tee: $30
  • Spats: $50
  • NoGi Shorts: $52
Enrollment Fee
  • $50; waived if you sign up on day or week of trial

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Your Burning Questions Answered

Yes, but please reserve a space on our site or via phone.

Of course! Non-GB members pay $22 per class to drop in.

You are able to put your membership on hold for up to four weeks if you are injured, busier than usual or expecting to spend time out of town. Please let us know two weeks in advance of your hold period and we will arrange to suspend your payments. We’ll need a start and finish date as we will automatically to restart your membership when your hold period is complete.  We can only put a membership on hold for a maximum of 30 days. Anything more is considered a cancellation, which will be carried out in accordance with our normal cancellation terms. Of course, we would love for you to come back and will be happy to discuss renewing your membership at any time.

Yes. For up to one month. Holds are for injuries, vacation, and financial issues.

Gi is with the kimono. NoGi is without it. Training NoGi is much faster and more high-paced than Gi training. This is because in NoGi there aren’t as many ways to hold or stall an opponent while rolling.

Sure. In BJJ, most students will wear their glasses during the instructor’s demonstrations and then take them off during training. Another common option for students is to wear contact lenses.

Depends. If you are a beginner, absolutely not. Don’t even ask.

Nope. The GBI gear is required. It’s good stuff, lasts long.