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Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is proven to contain the most effective self-defense techniques in the world. No other martial art provides the level of skill, training and knowledge necessary to immobilize an opponent of any size and shape. Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu uses proper positioning, leverage and technique to allow a variety of chokes, join locks, or even strikes to submit your opponent-Not size and strength!

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Since most real fights end up on the ground, Brazilian Jiu-jitsu’s primary focus is how to properly take the fight to the ground using simple takedown techniques, controlling and neutrilizing your opponents aggressiveness, then manipulating him into a vulnerable position for a finishing technique-or, how to protect yourself if you find yourself on the ground in a self-defense situation. It is these same characteristics that make Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu the perfect martial arts for women!

It is because of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu’s unmatched success in events such as the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) and countless of other No-Holds-Barred (NHB) events across the world, that many law enforcement agencies and military branches have adopted it as the form of hand-to-hand combat they teach their forces. More so, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu academies, associations and clubs are cropping up all over the country.

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu’s claims are REAL, and at Warrior Way we will teach the same techniques that have been taught in Brazil for over 80 years, first brought to America over a decade ago. We will provide you with professional, high-quality training enviornment that will help you reach your goals.


Warrior Way proudly trains under the direction of world-renowned Red and Black Belt Master Carlos Enrique “Caique” Elias. Master Caique has set high standards for promotion. He believes that the belt requirements keep the reputation of the academy at the highest level and creates better students, fighters and instructors. Personal character and good citizenship also count toward promotion. Respect for your instructor, the academy, and your community members are also important qualities for you to have to be promoted to any level.