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Jiu-Jitsu

Everyone should be comfortable defending from the ground. Our beginning Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu classes are street defense- not sport.
                                                                   If you are looking for self defense this is the class for you!

  We also teach Junior Jiu-Jitsu ages 7-14. Your child will learn purely defensive techniques, the true spirit of Jiu-Jitsu.
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Learn the gentle art of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. 
At Pacific Integrated Martial Arts, we believe in a well rounded non-ego approach to martial arts training. Monthly dues of $80 or $10 drop-in. Add-on Karate or Combat Hapkido for $35.
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Sensei Padme holds a technical blue belt under the Gracie University and a blue belt training under Professor Anibal Lobo in the Pedro Sauer organization. Many of her past martial arts trainings included jiu jitsu. She is now bringing an organized street defense approach jiu jitsu to Pacific Integrated Martial Arts.
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Coach David cross-trains in Shinka-Ryu Karate-Do, Combat Hapkido and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. He currently holds a blue belt under Prof. Anibal Lobo in the Pedro Sauer organization.
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Anibal Lobo was born in the Flamengo neighborhood of Rio De Janeiro. He was introduced to Jiu-Jitsu when he was 15 years old by his childhood friends Rickson Gracie and Pedro Sauer.

He began training with the legendary Helio Gracie at the Rio Branco Academy in 1977. The Academy later moved to the Humaita neighborhood where Anibal received his Blue Belt from Rickson Gracie in 1980.

The Humaita Gracie Academy continues to be one of Brazil's leading Jiu-Jitsu centers. In 1988 Anibal and Pedro Sauer moved to Los Angeles, following Rickson Gracie to United States with their mutual commitment to help bring Gracie Jiu-Jitsu to America.

​He continued training with Rickson and later moved to Provo, Utah to teach with Pedro Sauer representing the Rickson Gracie 
Association. In 1998, at the first Rickson Gracie International Competition, Anibal was presented with a special award by Rickson Gracie at a ceremony honoring his important role in the development of Jiu Jitsu.

He began representing the Pedro Sauer Association in 2000 - teaching classes in Salinas, South Central Los Angeles, and various other locations throughout California.

He received his Black Belt from Pedro Sauer in 2007. Anibal received his second degree from Pedro Sauer in February of 2013. ((3rd degree 2016- I was there)) Anibal lives by his grandfather's advice, "You can count the days of your life or you can make every day count."

​ He adds that Jiu Jitsu teaches a person to be humble, to appreciate the value of other human beings, and to be a better person. He considers it his responsibility to help pass Jiu-Jitsu onto future generations.





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