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Aaron Comerford
Aaron Comerford
One of the best gyms I have ever been a part of. This gym makes combat sports feel like a team sport. Coaches absolutely superb and the members so welcoming with no bravado floating around at all. Whether it’s your first day or 100th you won’t be able to tell the difference. If you’re thinking about joining….Do 5 ⭐️
Thomas S
Thomas S
Myalo is a brilliant gym. The coaches and students are extremely welcoming and encouraging. I had zero experience in any combat sport prior to joining a few months ago but my confidence and fitness has developed greatly. Very thankful for the coaches and teammates
Matthew O'Rourke
Matthew O'Rourke
Once you find your footing in class, it's hard not feeling at home in the gym.
Joey Brennan
Joey Brennan
Great atmosphere in the gym there’s something for everyone there great for mental health and confidence boost
Adrian Foley
Adrian Foley
I'm into my third month at Team Ryano now and I just can't say enough good things about the place. The friendly atmosphere, the work ethic, the skill level... all these things combine to make it the real deal. Whether you're aiming to step into the octagon or just into your favourite jeans that don't fit anymore, this is the place to be.


Fundamental Courses Overview

Our most popular product, the “Fundamental Courses,” offers a structured and effective initiation into your martial arts and fitness journey.

Step-by-Step Learning

These courses provide a systematic, step-by-step approach to learning, ensuring a strong foundation for your martial arts skills.

Complimentary Martial Arts Gear

For the first 15 sign-ups, receive FREE baseline martial arts gear to kickstart your training journey.

Significant Discounts

Enjoy a significantly discounted price for Fundamental Courses compared to our membership packages.

Path to Success

 With our Fundamental Courses, you’re on the path to success, equipped with the right tools and guided by expert instruction.

NOTE: We recommend attending the highlighted classes, and feel free to explore additional flexibility with other sessions if you find you’re able to attend or need to miss a class. Your comfort and schedule are important to us, so choose what works best for you!

Course Schedule

Duration x 10 weeks

Quarter 1
February 6th
Quarter 2
April 23rd
Quarter 3
July 9th
Quarter 4
September 24th

Class Schedule 

Tuesday BJJ NOGI @6:30am

Tuesday BJJ GI @7:15pm 

Thursday BJJ NOGI @6:30am

Thursday BJJ GI @7:15 pm 

Friday Wrestling @6:15pm 

Saturday Yoga @11:30am 

Saturday BJJ NOGI @12:30pm 

Saturday Open mat @1:30pm

Sunday Open mat @10:00am

BJJ stands for “Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.” It’s a martial art and combat sport that focuses on grappling, particularly ground fighting. Here’s a brief overview:

  1. Origins: Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu’s roots can be traced back to Judo, which was introduced to Brazil by Mitsuyo Maeda, a Japanese judoka. The Gracie family of Brazil, notably Carlos and Helio Gracie, are credited with refining and popularizing the art by emphasizing ground combat and developing techniques that allowed a smaller, weaker person to defeat larger and stronger opponents.
  2. Techniques: BJJ promotes the idea that a smaller, weaker person can successfully defend against and subdue a bigger, stronger assailant using leverage and proper technique, primarily by applying joint locks and chokeholds.
  3. Gi and No-Gi: BJJ can be trained in two main formats: “Gi” and “No-Gi”. “Gi” refers to training with the traditional kimono, while “No-Gi” refers to training without it, usually in shorts and a rash guard. The presence or absence of the gi affects the available techniques and grips.
  4. Sport Aspect: BJJ tournaments are held worldwide and are split into various weight classes and skill levels. Matches can be won by points (gained by achieving dominant positions or performing certain maneuvers) or by submission (making the opponent tap out).
  5. Self-defense: While it’s a popular sport, BJJ is also lauded for its effectiveness in real-life self-defense situations, especially when the altercation goes to the ground.
  6. Ranking: Similar to other martial arts, BJJ has a belt ranking system. Adult practitioners typically progress from white to blue, purple, brown, and finally black. There are also degrees on black belts, and a few practitioners achieve further belts like coral (black and red) and red.
  7. Philosophy: Beyond the physical aspect, BJJ is often seen as a way of life by many practitioners. It promotes principles like respect, discipline, patience, and continuous learning.

Today, BJJ is practiced by individuals around the world, both as a sport and a method of self-defense, and it’s frequently incorporated into the training regimens of mixed martial arts (MMA) fighters.

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) offers a range of physical, mental, and practical benefits, including:

1. Physical Fitness

BJJ provides a full-body workout, enhancing cardiovascular endurance, strength, and flexibility.

2. Self-Defense Skills

BJJ techniques focus on ground control, making it effective for self-defense in real-life situations.

3. Mental Sharpness

The need to strategize and adapt during live sparring enhances mental agility and problem-solving skills.

4. Stress Relief

Engaging in physical activity and the mental focus required in BJJ can reduce stress and improve overall mental well-being.

5. Increased Confidence

As practitioners gain proficiency, they develop increased confidence in their ability to handle physical confrontations.

6. Discipline and Patience

BJJ instills discipline and patience, as progress often comes through consistent practice and dedication.

7. Community and Camaraderie

BJJ academies foster a sense of community, providing support and camaraderie among practitioners.

8. Weight Management

Regular BJJ practice can contribute to weight management and overall fitness.

9. Body Awareness

BJJ requires a heightened awareness of body movements and positioning, improving overall body awareness.

10. Goal Setting and Achievement

Advancement through the belt system offers tangible goals and a sense of achievement.

11. Humility and Respect

The hierarchical structure in BJJ promotes humility, and practitioners learn to respect both instructors and training partners.

12. Lifelong Learning

BJJ is a continual learning process, encouraging a mindset of lifelong learning and improvement.

These benefits contribute to BJJ’s popularity as both a sport and a way of life, attracting individuals seeking physical fitness, mental discipline, and practical self-defense skills.

Wrestling is a competitive sport involving physical combat and grappling techniques. Wrestlers use takedowns, throws, and holds to gain control over their opponents. The primary goal is to secure a pin or earn points through maneuvers. Wrestling is practiced globally in various styles, such as Folkstyle, Freestyle, and Greco-Roman, each with its own rules and scoring. It is known for its physical demands, requiring strength, agility, and mental toughness, and is popular in both amateur and professional competitions, including the Olympic Games.

Wrestling offers a range of physical, mental, and personal development benefits, including:

1. Physical Fitness

Wrestling provides a rigorous full-body workout, improving strength, endurance, and flexibility.

2. Cardiovascular Health

The intense and dynamic nature of wrestling contributes to enhanced cardiovascular fitness.

3. Strength and Power

Wrestlers develop strength and explosive power through various grappling and takedown techniques.

4. Agility and Coordination

The sport requires quick movements, improving agility, balance, and overall coordination.

5. Weight Management

Wrestling involves weight classes, encouraging athletes to maintain a healthy weight and fitness level.

6. Discipline and Mental Toughness

Wrestlers develop discipline and mental toughness through demanding training and competition.

7. Focus and Concentration

The need to strategize and react quickly enhances mental focus and concentration.

8. Personal Responsibility

Wrestlers learn to take responsibility for their training, diet, and overall well-being.

9. Sportsmanship

Wrestling emphasizes respect for opponents, coaches, and officials, promoting good sportsmanship.

10. Team Bonding

In team wrestling, athletes build camaraderie, teamwork, and a sense of belonging.

11. Goal Setting

Wrestlers set and pursue goals, whether related to winning matches or personal improvement.

12. Stress Relief

The physical exertion and focus required in wrestling can serve as a healthy outlet for stress relief.

13. Life Skills

Wrestlers often develop life skills such as perseverance, resilience, and time management.

14. Competition and Achievement

Wrestling provides opportunities for competition, fostering a sense of achievement through victories and challenges.

15. Versatility

– Wrestling skills can be beneficial in other combat sports and self-defense scenarios.

These benefits contribute to wrestling’s popularity as a sport that not only builds physical prowess but also instills valuable life skills and character traits in its participants.



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