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Our Philosophy

Confidence. Strength. Street Smarts.

At Pella Brazilian Jiu Jitsu our aim is to bring high quality, accessible and affordable self defense sessions to the Pella and surrounding community. Our unique approach to combining traditional and innovative martial arts methods and techniques is what separates us from every other Martial Arts School you know.

 

Founded in 2021, our instructors have a wide range of expertise, and are here to train you through every step of the learning process. Whether you’re joining us as a beginner or a professional, there’s always more room to perfect your form. Browse our site to learn more.

House Rules

Proper Etiquette

At Pella Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, rules and conduct are important. Shoes must be removed upon entering the studio. Class begins on time and punctuality is a core part of our belief in discipline and respect. If you are late, please go directly to the dressing room and promptly change into your uniform. When you are ready, quietly sit at the back of the room until the instructor formally invites you to join the class.

 

For safety reasons, please make sure that all jewelry and other accessories are left in the dressing room. Mobile phones can be brought to class but turning the ringer off or to quite.  Living rolling will only be allowed for students who have trained for at least 3 months or on a case by case biases.  Let’s work together to create a successful training session!

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Culture

Building the Family

Brotherhood: Instructors shall reinforce the family spirit among students, parents, and other instructors. Their attitude must always be positive and cooperative in order to channel their creative energy towards the strengthen and the growth our family, always putting the team in front of individual selfish needs.

 

 

Cooperation: Instructors shall nurture and reinforce a cooperative environment inside and outside the dojo. They must ensure that the competitive realm is restricted to tournaments as well as the competitor attitude. They must make the students understand that progress is not reflected on their ability to overcome a training partner or an competitive opponent, but rather reflected on their capacity to engage on a cooperative training experience were the winner is whoever learns more.

 

 

Discipline: Instructors shall constantly discipline the students but never punish them. They must make students understand that without discipline there is no mastery, neither in Jiu-Jitsu nor in life, and that without the willingness to sacrifice, excellence is just not possible.

 

 

Respect: Instructors shall reinforce that students must act with warmth and equality toward one another, regardless of their differences in race, creed, gender, nationality, etc. The belt ranks hierarchy must be respected and the authority of the Black Belt sincerely recognized.

 

 

Continuous Improvement and Growth: Instructors shall reinforce that Jiu-Jitsu is a life long journey with no ending point. Students must perceive the Black Belt as their minimum goal and that their progress represents an increasing commitment to their growth as Jiu-Jitsu practitioners and human beings.

 

 

Leadership: Instructors shall lead by example, kindness and care. The formal authority shall always supported by their moral authority built upon a positive, cooperative, and constructive attitude towards the students and other instructors.

 

 

Inspiration: Instructors shall understand their importance in students lives as role models, as well as their responsibility in bringing out the best each person has within.

 

 

Enjoyment: Instructors shall teach a class as a privilege and never take it as a burden. Each class is the realization of a dream, the instructor life’s work. They must enjoy every minute of it and teach like it was going to be their last opportunity to change students lives for better.

 

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