Family Classes

At BMAC we welcome all students. We currently offer
kids programs, programs designed for women and
and plans created for your family.

Kids BJJ age 3-6


Kids BJJ age 6-12


Kids Karate


Our Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Program for kids will arm your child with a host of positive mental and physical skills that will help him/her in school, at home and in life! As your child will learn to succeed, you’ll see a new kind of discipline emerging… the kind that will positively affect all areas of his or her life. You’ll notice an increased respect for others, and most importantly, for him / herself. This kind of powerful mind/body connection will make them unstoppable when faced with difficulties in life.

Our Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Program for kids will arm your child with a host of positive mental and physical skills that will help him/her in school, at home and in life! As your child will learn to succeed, you’ll see a new kind of discipline emerging… the kind that will positively affect all areas of his or her life. You’ll notice an increased respect for others, and most importantly, for him / herself. This kind of powerful mind/body connection will make them unstoppable when faced with difficulties in life.

BMAC offers “Dragon” Karate classes for kids as young as 2. Please see the schedule for the available class times. We invite you to visit our Center, and see how our martial arts training is an enjoyable way to increase self-esteem and health at the same time. It teaches kids to be good citizens and prepares them for life, or at least school. This program includes lessons in safety and life skills as well as physical martial arts skills. These skills help the students become well rounded by promoting the child’s social, emotional, physical, and intellectual growth.

Muay Thai


Brazilian Jiujitsu


Karate


The basic offensive techniques in Muay Thai use fists, elbows, shins, feet, and knees to strike the opponent. Unlike many other martial arts, Muay Thai is specifically designed to promote a level of fitness and toughness required for ring fighters. Muay Thai instructor Marcelo Siqueira first began training Muay Thai in 1988 under world famous instructor Master Rudimar Fredrigo, at top-ranked Chute Boxe Academy in Curitiba, Brazil. He later became a Brazilian kickboxing champion in the mid-90s and still continues to train with the Chute Boxe team in Curtiba every year. Marcelo teaches a Brazilian modified form of Muay Thai that has been proven effective the world over in mixed martial arts competition.

The main emphasis in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is to dominate the opponent through skillful application of technique and force them to submit. By using the techniques of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, a smaller practitioner, male or female, can control much larger and stronger opponents. Most of the techniques of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu address grappling on the ground. There are some takedowns, self-defense techniques, and striking, but the core of the art involves improving, maintaining, or defending ground positions along with submissions such as chokes and armlocks.

Karate (“Empty Hand Way”) is a martial art that originated in Okinawa and emphasizes striking techniques, such as punching and kicking, knee/elbow strikes and open hand techniques. However, grappling, joint manipulations, locks, restraints, throwing and vital point striking are very much a part of the art at the highest level.
Much more than a mere self-defense technique however, Karate is as much a philosophy which strives to develop the inner qualities and character through strenuous training in the martial art.

Professional Fight Classes

Professional Fight Classes

Boxing


MMA - MIXED MARTIAL ARTS


Wrestling


BMAC boxing assist you in achieving your maximum strength, endurance and competitive edge needed in sports that require full all out effort.
Our program utilizes boxing techniques and training methods used by Professional and Amateur fighters. You will not only learn the fundamentals of boxing, you will train like a boxer as well. All classes offer a full-body fitness workout, cardiovascular exercise, and crucial strength and training.
BMAC Boxing coaches will work you into shape utilizing jump rope, pad work, heavy bags, and sparring.

Vale tudo is a Portuguese term meaning “everything goes” and is used to describe both mixed martial arts fighterss with minimal rules and the actual fighting style used in the matches. Practitioners train on techniques suitable for all of the 3 phases of combat in the sport – a mixture of ground fighting, stand-up striking, and takedowns. The majority of competitors combine Brazilian Jiu-jitsu, Muay Thai and Wrestling as a base. Mixed Martial Arts is experiencing unprecedented growth because of the rising popularity of the Ultimate Fighting Championships and the even larger Japanese Pride Fighting Championships. Students at BMAC train for both self defense as well as professional MMA competition.

BMAC Wrestling will help give you the edge you need to compete at a higher level and will train you to push yourself beyond your mental and physical limits! Wrestling is both highly mental and physical. BMAC ensures each wrestler is fully trained on every level. Our coaching staff will not only work with each of our wrestlers to perfect their technique but will work on ensuring they understanding how to mentally prepare to compete at the highest levels possible.

Women Classes

Women’s Programs.

Women's Program


Cross Training for Women


Martial Arts for Women


Aside from all of the classes offered in the Adults BMAC Program , our school offers a set of classes designed to introduce women to the art of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is a martial art designed to allow the weaker to defeat the stronger.
Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is a perfect fit for women who are interested in learning how to protect themselves and well as work out.
We pride ourselves in offering a comprehensive Women’s martial arts program that allows women to become strong, independent and confident.
Our Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Program combines a comprehensive self-defense curriculum with emphasis on drills that simulate realistic attack and escape situations.
The techniques are complemented by a strong fitness component that is second to none compared to classes offered in regular gyms.

Cross Training for Women is not a specialized fitness program, but a deliberate attempt to optimize physical competence in each of 10 recognized fitness domains: cardiovascular and respiratory endurance, stamina, strength, flexibility, power, speed, coordination, agility, balance, and accuracy.
Cross Training coaches like to point out that even champions in certain sports have huge gaps in their fitness, as defined by the above 10 domains. Ironman competitors score high in some areas, low in others. The marathoner dominates cardio endurance but he isn’t strong. The powerlifter is strong, but often has very low endurance and can’t do a single pull-up.
If your goal is to specialize and compete in one sport, then Cross Training isn’t for you. Instead, the goal of the Cross Trainer is to become “competent” in all 10 domains. He may never be a top gymnast but he will develop great body control. He may never win a marathon, but he can enter a 5K without training for it and finish near the top.

Aside from all of the classes offered in the Adults BMAC Program , our school offers a set of classes designed to introduce women to the art of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is a martial art designed to allow the weaker to defeat the stronger.