BJJ / Brazilian Jiu Jitsu

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) is a relatively young martial art, having been created about a hundred years ago. Focusing on grappling and ground fighting, it relies on the principles of leverage and proper technique to facilitate the practitioner to obtain dominant control on the ground, where it provides the practitioner a huge arsenal of tools to resolve conflict in the form submission holds.

BJJ has become increasingly popular due in part to its great success in Mixed Martial Arts (MMA). It was made famous by the Gracie Family, mainly by Royce Gracie in the early UFC’s. Today, every elite level MMA athlete practises BJJ in some form. However, it has it’s roots in self-defence and has also developed into a sport that is unique in its way of offering a competitive possibility to pretty much anybody, regardless of age, gender and skill level.

SPR Body Mechanics


Complete Body Workout & Metabolic Boost

Our HIIT Circuit is a well engineered class, based on easy-to-do and highly adaptable movements. This class will be 30 minutes of full throttle action and will leave you soaked!

Body Strength Movement

Quality Strength & Full Range of Motion

Designed by one of our coaches, body wizard Nick Whitburn, this class focuses on bettering quality of movement through detail, engaging the right body mechanics and solid core stability. Strength IS Movement

Body Mechanics Power Conditioning

High Intensity Cardio & Specified Target Strength

These classes are our foundation classes, originally developed by Waldo Zapata. They are made up of easy-to-follow athletic exercises, performed in varying and challenging intervals and formats. The strength focus varies between upper and lower body, but the cardio focus is constant!

Body Mechanics Motor Skills

Complex Coordination Drills & Active Recovery

These classes are taught by Coach Carlan Snygg and they will help you evade injury through better motor skill capacity, coordination and mental focus.
They consist of coordinated drills of varying complexity, mobility flows and overall low impact full body movement. Hyperactive rest at its best!