Spark Jiu Jitsu Grand Opening

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We are focused on your evolution

At Spark we make sure you are enjoying the Jiu Jitsu journey. Our instructors focus on individual needs and spend time one-on-one with every student. Jiu Jitsu is a powerful tool and we know what it takes to make it interesting and fun.

Our affordable monthly fee gives you access to all classes. You set up your schedule as you like. For an additional fee you can have your gis washed, dryed and folded waiting for you on your next visit.

Our open mats generate donations for different causes for the Hayward community. We also offer special needs children classes at no cost with our Breaking Barriers program.

We offer plenty of free parking, free online technique library, unlimited training and an array of instructors to propel you jiu jitsu fast!

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% COMMUNITY DRIVEN

100

CALORIES BURNED PER CLASS

800

KIDS CAN TRAIN AS YOUNG AS

4

# OF KIDS WHO MISS SCHOOL EVERYDAY DUE TO BULLYING

160,000

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Jiu Jitsu News

Check out our Blog about News and Events in the Martial Arts community

07Aug

IBJJF San Diego Pro

The San Diego BJJ Pro takes place on September 16, 2017 at the Point Loma Nazarene University located at 3900 Lomaland Dr. in San Diego, California. The event is part of the IBJJF expanding pro calendar. Note
06Aug

2017 World Master Pre-Schedule

The 2017 World Master Jiu-Jitsu championship takes place August 24, 25 & 26 at the Las Vegas Convention Center – Hall C5 located at 3150 Paradise Rd. in Las Vegas, NV. (read more) Master Pedro Sauer ebook:
01Aug

Maia and the Role of Wrestling

“Every fight that I won, the last seven fights, I went to train wrestling in United States, in New Jersey. And for this fight I couldn’t do that because (the notice) was so short.” —Demian Maia Powered
01Aug

Almonds

A little clarification on the source of the almonds reference in Monday’s tweet (and an excuse to post a poem from one of my favorite poets). * Count the Almonds,count, what was bitter, watched for you,count me

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