Summer School

Tutaj BJJ has opened the day class to kids.  Enroll today.  Call 708-689-9680 or stop in 15 minutes before class:

- Tue, Thur, Sat @ 10AM

- Tue & Thur @ 6PM

Learning and practicing jiu jitsu is a great way to improve coordination, strength and conditioning.  Kids will learn how to defend themselves on a practical level, should they be bullied at school or worse.  It will also improve confidence and they will learn how to communicate and interact with people of all backgrounds.  Children who go to jiu jitsu class regularly learn how consistency can yield good results. 

Choose Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Over Other Martial Arts

Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is a comprehensive martial art that teaches self defense against aggressors whether they are striking, kicking or wrestling. We focus on teaching BJJ grappling techniques to subdue opponents without using punches or kicks. This method empowers students to not only maximize their defensive capability against a bigger and stronger opponent but also the confidence in choosing a less violent solution. As a result, we believe that our students are better equipped both mentally and physically to handle any potential physical attack without resorting to the more violent approach of using strikes. BJJ is especially beneficial to kids and females where technique must be used to gain an advantage over larger opponents.

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About Tutaj Brazilian Jiu Jitsu

At Tutaj Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, we combine Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, often called Gracie Jiu Jitsu, Wrestling, and Judo into one fluid art. We teach Wrestling and Judo takedowns, and BJJ and Wrestling for groundwork. Students are then given the chance to combine everything they have learned in live training and open mats.

Where else in Chicago can you train with a grappler who has:

- 303 competition matches

- 29 championships

and is constantly testing moves in competitions to ensure that they will work in live situations. We have what you need to take it to the next level.

Here are some articles written about Tutaj BJJ:

"Brazilian Jiu Jitsu: Brilliant and Counterintuitive" by John Rice (Forest Park Review)

"What would you do to share your passion with others?" by Jillian Kreiman

Tutaj BJJ Highlight Video

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