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Easton Brazilian Jiu Jitsu- Boulder

Easton Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, located in Boulder near the University of Colorado, strives to be Colorado’s best martial arts Academy including Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Muay Thai and mixed martial arts. We offer many beginner, intermediate and advanced adult classes covering Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, submission wrestling, Muay Thai kickboxing and mixed martial arts.  With additional locations in Arvada and Denver, Easton Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is your one stop shop for effective Martial arts!

As you’ll discover, BJJ is a grappling based martial art. This allows for very realistic, yet safe training. If you have any questions at all about this amazing sport, please feel free to contact us at anytime. Also, don’t forget to click here for your FREE intoductory Brazilian Jiu Jitsu class. If you’re looking for effective, high quality martial arts, Colorado-based Easton Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is the place for you!

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  • The place is toxic–literally. They clean the place with chlorine and Pinesol shortly before the little kids come in for afternoon class. It reeks such that you can hardly breathe because the chemicals haven’t had time to evaporate and the ventilation system in not adequate to dissipate the fumes. My son had been going there for 1.5 years when they started doing this. My son and I are extremely chemically sensitive, so I asked them if we could find some less toxic way to clean the mats. The first representative I spoke with was openly hostile and admitted to me that he was hostile to making any changes. Eventually, the owner got involved and, while personally more civil, continued with the same passive aggressive behavior of not responding to emails until I wrote a second time or responding without actually answering my questions or addressing my concerns. Ironically, the owner’s own mother is extremely chemically sensitive and also cannot go into BJJ because of the fumes.

    This dragged on for over 6 months, at which point, they agreed to get the cleaning done earlier so that the kids and parents don’t have to breathe in the toxic fumes. That day when I went in, it was better. Then it went right back to the same old thing. When my son insisted for the milionth time that he wanted to quit, I simply could not defend them anymore, so I let him quit.

    So my opinion is, go there if you don’t care about your child’s or your own health and you don’t mind being treated with incredible disrespect.

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