BJJ Seminars in Rio de Janeiro

BJJ Seminars in Rio de Janeiro this month include one at Nova União on Spider Guard by Andre Motta, a third degree black belt ranked fifth in the World under IBJJF for R$30; and at months end none other than Fernando Tereré himself showing some of that skillset at his academy in Ipanema! Great opportunity to expand your game and add to an already spectacular year for Jiu-jitsu in Rio de Janeiro.

Andre Motta Nova União seminarThe first of these two seminars by Nova União third degree black belt, Andre Motta focuses on the Spider Guard. Andre is a light and technical athlete who is well versed in playing open guard. R$30 is tough to beat for a seminar, recommended to all who are in Rio de Janeiro.

Date: November 23rd 2013

Time: 9:30am-12pm

Cost: R$30
Upper Sports/Nova União
Rua Marques de Abrantes 88
Flamengo, Rio de Janeiro, RJ


Fernando Terere Seminar RioUp next is the legendary Fernando Terere who who will be holding his seminar last weekend of November on the 30th, participation is R$80. This one is highly recommended by Connection Rio and we hope that all in the city for November will participate in both Andre Motta and Terere’s seminars.

Date: November 30th
Cost: R$80
Start Time: 2pm
Location: Rua Alberto Campos – 12, Ipanema – Rio de Janeiro


Also keep your eyes on the Connection Rio media, as we are soon to announce a date for our January seminar in Rio with Copa Podio Middleweight champion Felipe Preguiça.
Priguica Copa Podio Champion






From training and accommodation to academy visits and special tours, and even small group classes with the best teachers Rio has to offer, Connection Rio offers everything you need for the perfect jiu-jitsu holiday!

Take a look at our brochure – we’ve got houses with pools, huge gardens, and apartments next to the beach: all within 30 seconds walk of top BJJ gyms in Rio!

Connection Rio is the best combination of accommodation and BJJ training in Rio de Janeiro. Contact us today and plan your trip to train BJJ in Rio!

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