Gracie Barra Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
Gracie Barra North Babylon martial arts academy is the best in town. We offer a clean and safe training area. So your family has a secure, inclusive environment to develop important Jiu-Jitsu skills. At Gracie Barra North Babylon, our commitment to families carries right into our facility.
Our family-oriented environment is a perfect place to teach your children to feel safe every day – not only when they are at school or outside playing – but also from within by developing their self-confidence and self-discipline.
Our clean, friendly and progress-minded environment allows for both a challenging and inspirational learning and training experience that aims to encourage and make students excited to come back.
Gracie Barra North Babylon is for anyone who values discipline, wellness, martial arts, and respect. We are sure you will find an exciting and challenging place that will allow you to achieve your personal goals.
Opened in Fall 2016, we already have the fastest growing Martial Arts school in North Babylon. We teach and mentor a vast number of students from different age categories and skill levels, offering flexible schedules that allow for each member of your family to receive the training support they need for Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.
Gracie Barra North Babylon Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu focuses on:
- Life balance
We are not a fight club, this is a Martial Art – we’re a family-oriented martial arts academy that follows proper dojo etiquette at all times while adhering to an honorable code of conduct; our classes are formal, but friendly.
Our Weekly Schedule
Mike Beiner grew up in Central Islip where he wrestled and played football since Junior High School. After school, he enlisted in the Marine Corps and trained in the Marine …
Professor Carlos Rosado
ICP4, ICP5, CPR
Professor Carlos a North Babylon native started his Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu training at the age of 17. In 2014 he received his Black Belt under Professor Joe Scarola (first Black Belt under …
Coach Tara I did not discover Martial Arts until later in life. I walked into an academy to support a friend who was trying martial arts in 2010 and never …