Artemis BJJ offers affordable Brazilian jiu jitsu from a central location in the heart of Bristol. We can be found near Cabot Circus in St Paul’s (just off Portland Square) at Bristol Sports Centre/MyGym. For full directions, check out the map.
Our dedicated, friendly and experienced team of instructors are ready to welcome you onto the mats. We offer classes five days a week (see our timetable). Lessons are suitable for everybody, whatever your level in BJJ. Your first week is free, to give you a chance to see whether Brazilian jiu jitsu and the team at Artemis BJJ are a good fit for your needs.
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We are proud to be a member of the United Kingdom Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Association (UKBJJA). We are also part of the international BJJ Globetrotters community, meaning travelers are very welcome to train with us. We also regularly attend BJJ Globetrotter Camps.
There are no restrictions on who can train BJJ
We pride ourselves at Artemis BJJ on being welcoming to everybody. All are welcome, regardless of gender, sexuality, age or physical ability. We have had the privilege of sharing the mat with a gentleman in his 80s and with amputees. It’s never too late to start: we know a woman in her 60s who is a BJJ black belt.
Brazilian jiu jitsu is a versatile martial art which can be adapted to your needs. Your first week at Artemis BJJ is free, so you’ve got nothing to lose. Come and join us on the mats today!
Contact Us About Bristol BJJ
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also call on 07740 197 319, or visit our Facebook page. Also be sure to take a look at our Frequently Asked Questions page, which has further details on things like what to wear, fees and class format.
In 2017, we supported the wonderful local charity SARSAS. Full details for that event and how to get involved can be found here. In 2016, our GrappleThon took place over the Bank Holiday weekend at the end of March 2016, when we supported another local charity, One25. To get an idea of what happens at a GrappleThon, you can read about the 2015 edition (in support of Equality Now) here. To whet your appetite for upcoming GrappleThons, check out our video for 2015: