Author: Chasen Hill

30 Days For $30

On Sale January 1st, 2018! How does it work? 30 Days For $30 is good for unlimited training for  30 consecutive days (not 30 classes) of the programs you qualify for. Once the package is purchased, your 30 days starts immediately and can attend classes.  Who can purchase this membership? This special membership can be purchased by NEW STUDENTS ONLY! The membership can… Read more →

Roy Dean Jiu-Jitsu Seminar: Dec 16th

   – How to Sign up:  Must register online or by calling (405) 506-7745 – When: Saturday, December 16th: 12:00pm – 3:00pm   – Where: Redline Jiu-Jitsu Academy 745 Enterprise Drive Suite 100 Edmond, OK 73013   – Price: Early Registration – before December 1st Cost: $75 Late Registration – After December 1st Cost: $100  Let us know if you… Read more →

Roy Dean Jiu-Jitsu Seminar

How to Sign up:  Must register online (click here) or by calling (405) 506-7745   When: Saturday, April 22nd – 2:00pm – 5:00pm Where: Redline Jiu-Jitsu Academy 745 Enterprise Drive Suite 100 Edmond, OK 73013   Price: Early Registration before April 8th -Redline Students: $90 -Non Students: $100   Late Registration/at the door (After April 8th) -Redline Students: $100 -Non Students:… Read more →

Redline Jiu-Jitsu Academy: Winter Belt Ceremony 2017

Jiu-Jitsu brings people of all types, shapes, and sizes together. Over the weekend, students at The Redline Jiu-jitsu Academy gathered together at their semi-annual Belt Ceremony to witness their teammates acknowledged by being promoted to the next rank.   Adult and kids students received promotions. Students received new belt ranks and others received stripe promotions toward their next rank.    Below… Read more →

Gun Disarming Course – February 3rd, 2017

Check out our Facebook event page! Let us know if you coming by clicking here! Where: Redline Jiu-Jitsu Academy When: January 6th, 2017 from 6:00pm – 8:00pm What to Expect! This gun disarming course is for all skill sets and people interested in improving their own self-defense. According to FBI statics in 2015, over 120,000 firearm related incidents happened in… Read more →