1 Year Anniversary + Podcast

Hello all!

As of next month it will have been one full year since FrameWork Bjj was established! As we reflect on the past 12 months we can’t help but express our deepest gratitude to all our family and friends back East who provided support and helped make it possible for us to be here. We would also like to thank all of the students who have joined our team here in Capitol Hill Seattle in the past year and entrusted us with their introduction to this amazing art called Gracie Jiu-Jitsu. Last but not least, thank you to our friends and supporters outside of FrameWork BJJ here in our new community for welcoming us with open arms and creating a space for us to continue teaching Jiu-Jitsu here in Seattle.

As a way to celebrate, we’d like to invite you all to come train with us on Sunday, December 17th from 12-1pm for a FREE Gracie Jiu-Jitsu Seminar followed by Stripe Promotions for a number of our well-deserving students. You won’t need anything special to attend the seminar, just shorts and a t-shirt or regular gym clothes will do. For students getting promoted, please bring a white Gi and your belt! Stripes will be awarded after Team Training (1-2pm). Following promotions a number of us will grab lunch so please feel free to join us! Location TBA.

On a side note, FrameWork Bjj’s own Drew Vogel recorded a podcast recently with Max and Dallas of the Weird Sports Guys Podcast regarding the benefits of training Jiu-Jitsu among other topics. The link is posted below-we hope you enjoy!


Thank you all again and here’s to many more years of Gracie/Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu here in Capitol Hill Seattle!

Published by frameworkbjj

I'm a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Black Belt who relocated to Seattle from Philadelphia. I've been training in martial arts actively for 20 years and in Jiu Jitsu since 2003. I'm a certified instructor under Rick and Phil Migliarese, owners of Balance Studios and 4th and 5th degree Black Belts under Grand Master Relson Gracie.

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