I have a lot to offer when it comes to personal training. Self defence classes including Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and Mixed Martial Arts, weight loss and the list goes on. Life is getting busier, and to fit in regular fitness training is difficult but very important. Now that the lighter mornings and evenings are on the way there is more time in the day to get fit. Personal training is the best way to keep on top of your fitness. Your first session is free, this way you can decide if personal training is for you and it will give your instructor a good idea of your current fitness level. During your training session we can also discuss your goals and from there build you a fitness programme suitable for yourself. The personal training will be progressive and each session will be different.

“I have had success in training my clients and believe I know what’s good for each individual; my main goal is to give you the best Personal Training service. That’s why I would like to invite you to come and discover by yourself how I can help you to improve your training session and health by using my methodology”

Brazilian Jiu Jitsu helps you to develop flexibility, cardiovascular endurance, increased motor coordination, confidence and a greater understanding of one’s body. Every technique I teach is energy efficient and uses natural body movements.


What is Jiu-Jitsu?
Brazilian jiu-jitsu is a martial art developed with the concepts of leverage and technique at its core. Because it is easier to dominate an opponent using the floor to assist in balance and control, most of the training in jiu-jitsu takes place on the ground. Being able to dominate and neutralize a larger, more aggressive opponent is a hallmark of the art. This is achieve through ground control positions and leverage-maximizing technique.

What makes Brazilian Jiu Jitsu different from other martial arts?
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu differs from other martial arts in that it provides solutions for all possible stages of combat. Other disciplines like Tae Kwon Do or Karate focus on striking and rely on a person’s strength and speed to deliver damage, but speed and strength doesn’t matter when you’re on your back. Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu differs from other martial arts fundamentally. While other martial arts rely heavily on strength and speed, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu relies on superior technique and leverage.

Is Brazilian Jiu Jitsu a good exercise?
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu can provide you with far more extensive results than typical aerobic exercise. The resistance encountered while rolling provides you with a good base to improve your core strength through intense abdominal workout, increase your muscle tone, and reduce your body fat while improving your balance, bodily coordination, cardio vascular capacity, and muscular endurance.

Is Jiu-Jitsu safe?
For me safety is paramount. Accidents may happen, however, lack of seriousness during training and the resultant careless application of technique or counters contribute greatly to injury. Careless practice is disrespectful to the spirit of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.