Brazilian Jiu Jitsu applies the principles of balance, leverage, and momentum to overcome opponents. It uses an attacker’s energy against them rather than directly opposing it. This is in contrast to many other martial arts that emphasis power, strength, and speed. BJJ utilizes all forms of grappling techniques including throwing, trapping, joint locks, holds, striking, and kicking.
Spring Break Camp Registration is now open! Camp is every day from 9am- 3pm and cost is $250 for the week and $60/day
Karate translated means ‘way of the empty hand’. It is the Japanese art of weaponless self defense when in a striking encounter. At Raul Castillo Martial Arts we practice Kami-Do-Ryu, a traditional relative of Karate that was later developed to incorporate the use of weaponry in the advance ranks.
Summer Camp for 2015- Just Announced! June 22-26 and August 3-7