Head Coaches Jamie Murray (BJJ) and Callan Potter (Striking) lead a team of over 140 graded BJJ students, multiple world championship medalists and professional MMA fighters with integrity.

3/60 Stubbs Street. Kensington, Vic. 3031

(03) 9372 1011

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Instructors

Jamie Murray

Head Grappling Coach

Callan Potter

Head Striking Coach

Graded Students

Black Belts

Brown Belts

Purple Belts

  • James Allebone
  • Bec Attwood
  • Ash Borg
  • Alicia Carrera
  • Geoff Collins
  • Camerin Coles
  • William Daddow
  • Gil Daniels
  • Blake Davis
  • Mick George
  • Chris Guy
  • Mathew Heald
  • Mitchell Hunter
  • Chris How
  • Aaron Johnston
  • Ollie Jones
  • Gene Kapfous
  • Mikey Lay
  • Ryan Lee
  • Grady Lewis
  • Joe Malloy
  • Harrison Napier
  • Adam Niven
  • Jason Ng
  • Woon Ooi
  • Nik Paas
  • Matty Retallack
  • Max Rudman
  • Raff Scott
  • Gerrard Sgro
  • Lindsay Sheehan
  • Pete Sikiric
  • Luke Smith
  • Luke Steel
  • Pete Tabb
  • Sheng Tang
  • Dom Tarquino
  • David Rangi Thomas
  • David Valente
  • David Ward
  • Ben Wilkinson
  • Greg Wiltshire

Blue Belts

  • Abdulaziz Haji Ali
  • Warrick Armour
  • James Bartlett
  • Mike Bagot
  • Dimitri Barbatouras
  • Phill Barone
  • James Beckman
  • Amber Beehag
  • Jac Broise
  • Tyson Brooks
  • Jarryd Burns
  • Steve Bowman
  • Matt Camm
  • Sheena Care
  • Simon Carter
  • Christian Cho
  • Luke Crozier
  • Alex Cumming
  • John Cumming
  • Brett Cunningham
  • Eleanor Currie
  • Charlie DeGabriele
  • Dean Fagan
  • Eamon Fisher
  • Hoshi Friedrich
  • Reuben Fryer
  • David Garita
  • Lizzil Gay
  • Tammy George
  • Drew Germaine
  • Roque Giles
  • Paul Glasson
  • Paul Goddard
  • Kate Golaszewski
  • Chris Gordon
  • Adelaide Graham
  • Tino Graziano
  • Pete Greenwood
  • Alric Hansen
  • Charlotte Harrison
  • Hawari Haqqu
  • Dan Heard
  • Bryan Hickey
  • Duc Duy Ho
  • Stuart Holbrook
  • Sean Hosking
  • Kieran Hough
  • Eric Huynh
  • Jonathon Ingham
  • Duane Jackson
  • Tanya Jackson
  • David Jones
  • Michael Jones
  • Fergus Keating
  • Waa Kimura
  • Simon Kousal
  • Gareth Kreft
  • Michael Lau
  • Kei Lee
  • Tom Lee
  • Justin Lemmon
  • James Leung
  • Longli Loei
  • James Logan
  • Luan Luu
  • Hamish Lynn
  • Joseph Magro
  • Josh Main
  • Oshan Mananuadis
  • Dennis Mangan
  • Kai Martin
  • Tawny Martin
  • Kirsty Mullan
  • Ailsa Murray
  • Paul Nguyen
  • Johnathan O'Brien
  • Lynn O'Brien
  • Shane O'Brien
  • Miles O'Connell
  • Ali Okandar
  • Rob Orr
  • Dru Oxley
  • Kristina Panozza
  • Liam Park
  • Tristan Pavia
  • Yusef Pehlivan
  • Yianni Phillipou
  • Adam Pockran
  • Andrew Powell
  • Rainer Rainer
  • Jay Roia
  • Max Rudman
  • Vicki Rummings
  • Dan Roccisano
  • Nida¬†Sajjadi-Emami
  • Mickey Scott
  • Andrei Seleznev
  • Peter Sheather
  • Charles Sheldon
  • Stevie Si
  • Mark Simmens
  • Aaron Sinclair
  • Markus Soini
  • Jarrad Stella
  • Daniel Szulik
  • Karl Trott
  • Alex Unali
  • Aldos Villamor
  • Nam Vo
  • Hao Vuon
  • Darragh Walsh
  • Stephan Wartski
  • Peter Waterhouse
  • Cathal Whelan
  • Dave Weston
  • Matthew Williams
  • Dave Wilson
  • Jason Yang

The Journey


Brazilian Jiu Jitsu awards belts for proficiency and attitude. Unlike many martial arts, belts are earned over several years with the first belt (blue) taking as many as three or four years to earn. A dedicated student may expect to receive their black belt after 10 years of training.

Along the way progress is recognised by awarding "stripes" which are attached to the belt. 4 stripes are awarded in the progression towards the next belt.

Instructors at black belt level continue to receive stripes (known as degrees) which are a recognition of the time dedicated to the sport. The first three degrees are awarded every three years and thereafter a degree is awarded every five years.

  • White (Novice)
  • Blue
  • Purple
  • Brown
  • Black
  • Black (1st Degree)

Make an enquiry for private session

We want to see your technique and skill increase. Private sessions can be a way for you to improve your game through one on one supervisions. Feel free to make you enquiry below and let us assess your best path forward.

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