How much are classes?

We don’t post our prices online, but they range from $80-$184, depending on which class or how many different martial arts you’d like to do. Please visit us for more specific information on pricing!


How does membership work?

We are a no-contract, month to month gym. No sign up fees, no cancellation fees. We have all been martial arts students our whole lives, and we prefer it that way as well! When you need to cancel or freeze/go on vacation, all you have to do is fill out a form online 30 days in advance.

We do offer a punch card option for some adult students. Click here to view the full gym schedule


What’s the difference between the classes?

Muay Thai is kickboxing from Thailand; punches, kicks, knees, elbows, all standing up. Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is grappling/wrestling, learning to fight and defend on the ground. Filipino Martial Arts, or Balintawak as we have, is a self defense/combat art that focuses on close quarter combat with one weapon (usually a stick).

You can try each class for free to see what you like.


I’m old/out of shape, can I train?

Yes! We have students of all ages and fitness levels. Start your path to getting in shape with us! We can work with you on any physical limitations or injuries you have.


I’m a beginner, is that ok?

Yes! Most of our classes are mixed with multiple skill levels in one class. Our instructors will help you along the way, as will our advanced students! Everyone here is on the team and wants to help each other improve.


Am I going to get beat up? Do I have to fight people?

Believe it or not, we get this question a lot! The answer is; not really.

In Balintawak/Filipino Martial Arts class, you will practice some drills with a partner, but you aren’t fighting. In Muay Thai you will also practice some drills with partners, but we only spar on Wednesday nights, so it is up to you if you want to come! In Brazilian Jiu jitsu, every youth class and regular adult class will spar at the end. Our adults “101” class does not spar. Our instructors will be able to pair you up with someone who will help you learn. We aren’t here to beat each other up, but to help each other get better.


What age do you start training?

Our Brazilian Jiu Jitsu starts as early as 4 years old. Muay Thai starts at 8 years old. Filipino Martial Arts is for adults, some teens will be allowed, discretion is left up to the instructor (they use sticks and weapons in this class).


How many days a week can I go?

Balintawak is offered twice a week, you may come as much as you like. Muay Thai classes are also unlimited. Brazilian Jiu Jitsu has a twice a week option and an unlimited option, please see our office for pricing! We encourage twice a week to start, it is a good balance between retaining all of the information and not getting burnt out from too much training! Click here to view the full gym schedule


What do I wear/bring?

For your first class, please wear whatever you are comfortable working out in. You do not need a uniform. For Filipino Martial Arts, a tshirt and pants or shorts is fine, mat shoes are allowed. For Muay Thai, most students wear a tshirt or tank top and shorts, Thai shorts, or leggings. For Jiu Jitsu, we have loaner gi tops and white belts that you can borrow while you are trying out class, just wear a tshirt and some comfortable long pants or leggings. We wash loaner gis after every time they are used. Please note that a shirt or tank top is always required, even under the gi.

You will most likely train barefoot, unless you have mat shoes or boxing/wrestling shoes. Socks can be slippery.

Training with glasses or braces is fine, however some activities, like sparring, you may not be able to participate. Earrings/jewelry, it’s not a good idea. We can work with you!

Oh and bring a waterbottle!