Membership Plan

  • Access to 1 kids’ BJJ class

  • T-shirt + shorts/joggers is fine to wear for this session
  • £45 a month

  • Unlimited access to all kids’ BJJ classes 

  • No minimum contract

  • No sign-up fee

  • Save 20% on a high quality Progress gi + belt with a £40 one-off fee 

  • £45 a month

  • Unlimited access to all kids’ BJJ classes 

  • No minimum contract

Class details

  • Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ) gi classes
  • Classes every Thursday – 6.15-7pm
  • For ages 4-11
  • Classes will be split in session based on age and weight
  • There will be 3 instructors on-hand every session
  • We offer 10% discount on family memberships


  • From September 7th onwards an additional kids’ (ages 4-11) class will be added every Saturday 9am-9.45am.
  • There will be sessions every Thursday and Saturday
  • We will offer unlimited membership (access to 8 classes a month)
  • Price – TBA

What is Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ)?

  • Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ) is a non-striking martial art which is largely contested on the ground. It encompasses elements of both Judo and Wrestling as a means to takedown or sweep one’s opponent. It applies the principles of kuzushi (off-balancing), angles, timing, pressure and control to achieve the submission of one’s opponent.  Submission can occur from joint-locks, strangles or chokes. Submissions won’t be taught in the kids’ classes.


    Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is divided into two styles, where rulesets and techniques differ: 

    • In Gi jiu jitsu, participants make use of the gi (kimono); the fabric can be gripped to apply various techniques including strangles (as in Judo).  
    • In No-Gi jiu jitsu, gripping the material is not allowed, and there is considerably less friction; as such, No-Gi is often faster-paced, incorporates more Olympic Wrestling-style techniques, and allows more submissions (notably leg-locks) in certain rulesets.   

Class structure


  • General warm-up
  • Grappling gymnastics (Break-falls, BJJ/Judo specific movements)


  • Judo fundamentals – Grip fighting, throws 
  • Learn pins, passing sequences, sweeps and submissions
  • Judo/BJJ based games


  • Sparring will be supervised by instructors

What to pack?

  • Clean gi and belt
  • Rashguard or t-shirt underneath gi if desired
  • Flip-flops/Sliders (To be be left at the side of the mats as training on the mats is barefoot)
  • Water bottle (There is a water fountain just outside the hall for refills)

Club rules

  • No coaching from parents!
  • Instructors are responsible for coaching and behaviour management.
  • Respect the tap. Tap early, tap often so that you can keep training. This will be taught.
  • Look after your training partners. Apply everything with control.

Hygiene requirements

  • No shoes/slippers on the mat. Slippers/Shoes must be worn once you leave the mat. No barefoot off the mat
  • Both sets of nails (hands, feet) should be cut short
  • Any cuts or abrasions should be covered before a session

Meet the instructors

Rohan Bist

Rohan, a martial artist residing in the neighbourhood of Ealing, holding black belts in both Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ) and Judo. His journey into the world of martial arts commenced at a young age, starting his Judo training at 11 and BJJ at 15. Rohan is driven to help individuals achieve their personal aspirations. With the understanding of the life skills and benefits martial arts can bring, Rohan looks to inspire kids to discover their potential both on and off the mats.



  • DBS Checked
  • First Aid Trained
  • Safe guarding Children
  • Level 1 Judo Coach
  • Level 1 Wrestling Coach

Emma Pursey

Emma is a primary school teacher who has coached children’s sports since 2010. She is a brown belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu with extensive experience of coaching and refereeing. Emma believes that participation in sports can enhance multiple areas of children’s development, and takes a holistic approach to coaching. Emma is excited to develop a new generation of well-rounded athletes at Grange.




  • DBS Checked
  • Safeguarding Children
  • Pediatric First Aid
  • Level 1 First4Sport coaching
  • Level 3 referee

Akhil Bist

Akhil, an Ealing local, holds a black belt in both Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ) and Judo. Akhil has been training for over 19 years in grappling, starting Judo at 8 and BJJ at 13. Having started the sport as a kid, Akhil has seen first-hand the physical and mental benefits it has had on his life. Whether the target is to improve self confidence or to one day become a high level competitor, Akhil is passionate about helping every student achieve his goals. 


  • 4 years experience teaching kids’ BJJ
  • DBS Checked
  • First Aid trained
  • Safeguarding Children
  • Level 1 Judo Coach
  • Level 1 Wrestling Coach
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