East Van BJJ is now Alliance Vancouver

Our name might have changed, but our commitment to excellence hasn’t. While we’ve always been a leader in the Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu scene in Vancouver, our official connection to Team Alliance is one more step that sets us apart from the others.

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By being Alliance Vancouver, we are truly becoming part of something bigger – something worldwide. The international recognition, prestige, and level of competition of Alliance offers is something no other BJJ school in Vancouver can provide. We are proud to be able to associate our school with eleven World Champions, six European Champions, and five Brazilian National Champions.

This is an exciting step forward and we are looking forward to reaping the rewards this new standard affords us.

Alliance Bjj in Atlanta, Georgia

Throughout my career in BJJ I’ve had the honor of training with the worlds best athletes and coaches. Recently I visited Alliance headquarters in Atlanta; its the premiere Brazilian Jiu Jitsu training academy in North America. It allowed me to reconnect with some close friends, coaches and training partners who I havent seen since I lived in Sau Paulo and trained at Alliance HQ.

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Walter Buse’s thoughts on BJJ competition

BJJ competition, like anything in life where you are put on the spot, can be very intimidating. This video is about how competition is big ego check or reality check and why that is an important part of learning as a BJJ student. Please share your experiences and thoughts related to BJJ or any kind of competition. The goal is to help people compete with a healthy and positive mindset in order to really see the benefits.
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