Kids Jiu Jitsu

BJJ for Girls and Boys in Loomis, CA. Also serving Auburn, Penryn and Rocklin.

At MatTime® our focus has always been to better the kids that walk through our door. We look to boost their confidence and help them to become physically and mentally stronger by way of Kids Jiu Jitsu for girls and boys. We even expend some of their energy for you parents!

KIDS JIU JITSU (5 - 14 yrs)
This is an opportunity for kids (boys and girls) aged 5-14 years old to get involved in grappling and train Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. Whether your child has never engaged in sports or marital arts, or is an experienced wrestler or martial artist they'll learn the fundamentals of a proven form of self defense and absolutely will become better able to defend themselves. Beyond this, Jiu Jitsu is a fantastic stepping stone should your child ever want to compete in High School wrestling.  Here are some of the benefits in getting kids involved in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.

  • Confidence.
  • Strength.
  • Resilience.
  • Reduce stress and fear.
  • Ability to work and train with others.
  • Enhanced agility and balance (significant benefits other sports)
  • Self defense.

BJJ "1X"
1 day of BJJ Training / week.

>> Sign Up / $80 month


BJJ "2X"
2 days of BJJ Training / week.

>> Sign Up / $100 month


Schedule and notes:

  • Wednesdays, 6:00-7:00pm (no-Gi)
  • Fridays, 4:00-5:00pm (Gi)
  • When signing up, you'll need to create an account if you haven't already.
  • You can sign up or cancel at any time.
  • Call us at 916.778.0128 with any questions.

Thank you for your support of MatTime!

Feel free to to reach out to us with any questions at 916.778.0128 or email us at .

Smiling Kids at Jiu Jitsu practice

Kids sparring in Jiu Jitsu

BJJ Brother and Sister

BJJ Fundamentals

Brazilian Jiu Jitsu

Jiu Jitsu is a combat sport that focuses on grappling and ground fighting. Jiu Jitsu embraces and demonstrates the concept that a smaller, weaker person can not only defend themselves against a bigger, stronger opponent using proper technique and leverage but also disable them by applying joint-locks and choke holds. When combined with a stand-up art (boxing, kick-boxing, Muay Thai) and wrestling it completes full-circle level of self defense that we see exhibited today in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC).

The roots of Jiu Jitsu are from Japan, specifically Judo ground fighting (newaza) that eventually made it’s way to Brazil. The sport has since morphed into the art that it is today by way of Carlos and Helio Gracie, who, along with Luiz França and Oswaldo Fadda founded the martial art of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.

Feel free to to reach out to us with any questions at 916.778.0128 or email us at .