At Ottawa Jiu Jitsu we provide a safe, clean and fun environment for people of all ages and skill levels.
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We offer a variety of different programs that are tailored around age and skill level. Our goal is to make you your best!
Brazilian Jiu Jitsu
Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is a unique form of martial arts that teaches students to leverage their body weight to use in the ring or against an attacker. A descendant of Judo, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is both a sport and a martial art – and it’s fun to learn.
Focused primarily on sparring, our Competition Program is designed to prepare students for competition. Students will get an overview of tournament scenarios and how to handle the different situations that will arise on the competition mat.
Learn the most effective self-defense techniques and improve your fitness routine in a safe environment. Whether you are interested in self defense, fitness, or competition, this class adjusts to meet any woman’s specific needs and goals.
First, I would like to say that anyone that joins their team won’t be disappointed.
I met Brandon about 2.5 years ago. He was very good and fun to roll with. One day he brought this woman with him, her name was Emera and from day one I liked her. I finally had a female training partner who was as motivated as I am. They started a great woman’s class. Emera became a good friend and an amazing training partner.l consider her to be a very talented grappler, a very good competitor and an amazing woman who supports other women. She is definitely someone you want in your circle and as a training partner.
Brandon is a great teacher. He brought new stuff to our gym. He is very creative and always supportive with answering questions and he is funny too! Brandon is very motivated and definitely passionate about what he is doing.
If you decide to join their team, do it, you will not regret your decision.
“Alright here goes: I met Brandon & Emera a couple of years ago, and I was immediately struck by their enthusiasm, dedication, and humility. They took a program that was searching for a path forward and turned it into a community that is more of a family than just people going to train somewhere. And train you will. The method of teaching is low key, progressive, and will find you gasping for air as you improve, no matter your level. I first walked into a dojo in 1969, I have black belts in TKD & Aikido, and I have two stripes on my white belt in BJJ, so my experience has a long memory. You won’t be disappointed by choosing Ottawa Jiujitsu. Come train! “
Monday-Friday: 7am – 10pm
Saturday: 9am – 3pm
Sunday: 10am – 7pm