We are no ordinary martial arts school. Since 2007, Fairfax Jiu Jitsu has offered the highest level of instruction in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ), Mixed Martial Arts (MMA), Muay Thai and Capoeira in Northern Virginia conveniently located near Fairfax, Herndon, Manassas, Vienna, Sterling, Ashburn, Chantilly, Centreville, Oakton, Reston, and Loudoun County. Internationally recognized, full-time Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Black Belts and professional coaches with over 100 years of combined experience oversee every aspect of your development and help you achieve your goals. Whether you are looking to lose weight, compete in the ring or the cage, learn practical and effective self-defense, or just want to get into the best shape of your life, Fairfax Jiu Jitsu is in your corner. Join us today!
Fairfax Jiu Jitsu has one of the finest kids martial arts programs in the country; it really is second to none. Mark Jones, the primary instructor for the kids program, is an amazing kids coach and a seasoned competitive black belt who still knows how to bring home medals in international competition. FJJ is not just for kids though, their MMA team, lead by Bill Easlick, is a great place for the serious fighter to get into the game. It is also a great place for the rest of us to get into fighting shape. With excellent facilities, top notch instructors, and fully stocked store with all the gear you need on site, FJJ is the place to train.
I started BJJ in 2009 and jumped around a few gyms before landing here. By far the facility is the largest I trained at, also the instructors are world class. But best of all it is a friendly environment with very humble students and teachers. Save yourself the search and come here first. Best Jiu-Jitsu school and also an amazing Muay Thai program, all you need to become a complete MMA fighter. Lastly, from all the schools I went to this is the only one that teaches students takedowns. Which is bizarre to me since all competitions start from your feet. That is probably why they usually take home the team trophy at local competitions. Come in and try a free class.
I’ve been training at FJJ for a few years now in the BJJ program and I’ve loved every minute of it. All the higher belts are willing to help me with my technique or answer any questions I have. Even the MMA guys are willing to work with me learning no-gi techniques. This is a testament to the teachers who foster an open environment where everyone is helping each other become better.