Helping Hannibal and the Tri-State area by sharing Jiu-Jitsu through the vision of Gracie Barra and Master Carlos Jr. Providing a large variety of options for training Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and creating a healthy lifestyle, GB Hannibal focuses on changing its community by being in it.
In addition to the regular Jiu-Jitsu and Barra Fit classes, GB Hannibal provides training for Law Enforcement, No Bullying for public schools, Self-Defense for Women, Special Classes for Youth Groups, Team Building training sessions, and any opportunity to spread the valuable lessons Jiu-Jitsu can offer.
We are excited and thankful for the opportunity to serve our students and our community and through Jiu-Jitsu we believe that we make change for the better!
Our Weekly Schedule
ICP4, ICP5, ICP6, ICP6_Revisited, CPR
BLACK BELT OWNER & HEAD INSTRUCTOR Beau brought the vision of Gracie Barra to the Hannibal area in 2013 with the goal of positively impacting people and the community through Jiu-Jitsu. As the Head Instructor and Owner of Gracie Barra Hannibal, he enjoys the opportunity to share with students daily the lessons that Jiu-Jitsu has …
ICP5, ICP6, ICP6_Revisited, CPR
BLUE BELT PROGRAM DIRECTOR Born and raised here in Hannibal. Coach Michael grew up enjoying the outdoors-shooting, hunting, fishing, and riding ATV’s. He joined the Army at the age of 20 where he was first introduced to Jiu-Jitsu. When the time came to get his daughter into a martial art he knew Jiu-Jitsu was the …
BLUE BELT Ric’s love of martial arts started in 2000 when he joined his local wrestling team. Since then he has studied multiple disciplines, but his greatest love is Jiu-Jitsu. Ric uses his Jiu-Jitsu training to help maintain a healthy lifestyle and manage his type 2 diabetes, with his A1C being the lowest when doing …
BLUE BELT Ruck-Up Wrestling Instructor Tony Messina is a native of Newark Ohio (Go Bucks!). Upon completing a successful high school wrestling career, he entered the Army in 1994 as an Infantryman and retired in Nov of 2018 while serving in the recruiting command. He saw multiple deployments over his 24 years of dedicated …