Our philosophy is based on three foundations that build on one another to produce the most holistic approach in the industry: Natural Training, Restoration Yoga, and Plant-Based Nutrition. By engaging in this “Wheel of Life,” you will learn the skills necessary to rebuild and realign your body, train like a warrior, and eat plant strong. Combined, these three aspects are called MBG3.
We strive to change the world of fitness from being one of isolation to one that helps people and the planet.
This is why our workouts are partner-based. This is why we don’t use mirrors. And, this is why we train barefoot. MBG3 not only challenges our followers, but our trainers & instructors as well. We feel that you must first walk the walk, before you can talk the talk.
We are driven to do what we do in hopes that we have a positive affect on everyone’s health and the plant’s health.
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SEATTLE - The sport of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu has gained in popularity, as mixed martial arts becomes more mainstream. There are classes for people who want to study it as a discipline or to train for competition, but it's also a great way to ease stress, gain self-confidence, and lose weight.
Rodrigo Lopes and Greg Jones from Gracie Barra Jiu-Jitsu shared more about the workout for fitness and self-defense, as well as their anti-bully program for kids.
You can register for a free class. Through the month of February, Gracie Barra Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is offering a month of free training to adults or youth in your immediate family with the purchase of a uniform.