Brazilian jiu Jitsu has proven to be a great sport for kids of all ages to train in with know benefits, not only on the mats but off the mats in real life!
• Team work
• Problem solving skills
• Motor co-ordination skills
• Self esteem
• Emotional Intelligence
• General well being
These skills and core values adopted and practiced from an early age and throughout a child’s development result in a community full of well socialised, respectful and productive young people!
Give your kids a set of skills for life!
What to expect in your first class
Kids have the opportunity to familiarize themselves with BJJ and its exercises.
What people say
We go the extra mile to turn our students into fans. Legacy BJJ Gold Coast has made a lot of people happy and we are proud to share some of our experiences with you.
I’m very happy with what I’ve seen so far. My boys are enjoying themselves and making friends quickly. Great safe environment for the children.Alicia Wilkins
The boys started a few months ago and absolutely love it. Fabio and Nathan are just amazing coaches. Thanks guys!Tanya McCormack
Great trainer... Gold Coast is fortunate to have such an esteemed practitioner.Rodd Sanchez
Very welcoming, genuine, hardworking bunch of people. Great trainers and the perfect environment to learn BJJ.Adam Barth
I train there with my kids, great facility with expert trainers, would highly recommend Legacy Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.Jonathan Barton Harvey
My son started at Legacy about a month ago. After trying many different sports that he didn’t click in we thought we would give it a go. HE LOVES IT!!!AMY MITCHEL
Our two sons have been going to classes 3 times a week and they love it. Excellent mentors, great strength and fitness training. Good discipline.PETER WHELDON
Great mentors and just a great environment to train in!!!JAY ALSTON
Great academy with a great teacher. Friendly atmosphere and people - open to all skill and fitness levels.MIKE MARZANO
Best trainer ever! I'd highly recommend Fab to anyone!BROOKE UDY
Meet the trainers
“The instructor effectiveness should be gauged by the progress of his least athletic student instead of the accomplishments of his most athletic student.”
– Grandmaster Helio Gracie