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Sanctuary Jiu-Jitsu Clinic

Owner/Head Instructor of @freeformjiujitsu will be teaching a Double Sleeve Guard clinic on Friday, August 11th at Sanctuary Jiu-Jitsu in Madison. 

Matt was kind and gracious enough to teach this clinic on a donation basis, with all donations going to Dane County Humane Society! 

This clinic is entirely free to all Sanctuary and Freeform members (but donations of any amount are encouraged!). Non-members will pay a $25 minimum donation. 

You will have to reserve your spot in this clinic beforehand so click on the link in our bio to sign up (no donation required to reserve your spot).


Too often Jiu-Jitsu academies have focused on competition rather than collaboration. At Sanctuary, we would rather emphasize the universal and cooperative aspects of Jiu-Jitsu and Jiu-Jitsu culture, and cultivate that cooperation and collaboration where it is lacking. It shouldn’t be academy vs. academy or team vs. team, it should be Jiu-Jitsu vs. everything else. We are all looking to share, learn, and evolve this martial art and sport, and we should work together and not against each other to do so. To foster this spirit and culture of collaboration we are implementing this Guest Instructor Series. We will be bringing in competitors, instructors, and academy owners from around the Midwest (and perhaps beyond!) to teach clinics/seminars in lieu of one of our regularly scheduled classes. These will always be completely free to our members. It is a way for us to give back to our students, ensure our culture and our Jiu-Jitsu is never myopic and inward-looking but instead is always looking to grow and learn from others, and to build healthy friendships with other academies in the Midwest.

Register Here