About Us


Charles Gracie Jiu-Jitsu Fremont

We pride ourselves on our reputation, as instructors and as an academy. At Charles Gracie Fremont, you can be rest assured that you will be treated like family from the moment you walk in our doors. While we do like to have fun, we also understand the importance of discipline, respect, hard work and building good habits. These form the building blocks of our morals, our ethos, at Charles Gracie Fremont. If you are looking to build confidence or gain some structure as you navigate throughout life, Charles Gracie Fremont can help you get there and beyond. See you on the mats!


Fully Qualified Instructor

Our staff includes a head instructor with many years of experience under his belt and a fairly seasoned assistant instructor. Students should expect professionalism, precise technique and a smile.

Chris Jones


Your Burning Questions Answered

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is a grappling martial art, there are no strikes involved. Instead, students will learn how to control an opponent and choke/joint lock if necessary. Students will learn how to stay safe in a hostile situation, and what to do if they find themselves on the ground in such a situation.

As a student of Charles Gracie Fremont you can expect to learn and develop life-saving self-defense skills. In addition you will see your self-confidence rise, your physical fitness and overall health improve.

At Charles Gracie Fremont, our top priority is safety. We provide a safe and clean environment for our students to learn and progress during their Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu journey. Our head instructor has devoted his whole life to the art, and wants to share it to anyone who is willing to improve and better their lives through self-defense.

We recommend at least twice a week. But above all else consistency is key to progressing in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. The road won’t be easy but it will be worth it. Always remember where you are starting from, how far you’ve come and how far you have left to go. Listen to your body and rest if necessary, but keep hammering away.