EBO Martial Arts Community

10 Rue Belmont, Gatineau, Quebec

Canada J9H 6J5

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Only Women Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ)  

Affiliate program with EVOLUTION BJJ


like no other.

The people you train with in jiu jitsu are bound to become your non-biological family. It’s hard not to become close with someone when you’re sweating all over each other and place your safety in each other’s hands.

Women in jiu-jitsu don’t tear each  other down, they lift each other up – sometimes literally, if they can  get the leverage just right.


Gi Classes

Monday/Wednesday  @ 7:30 pm

NO Gi Classes

Saturday 10:40 @ am

If you been thinking about stepping onto the mats, there are  plenty of reasons to do it .

1. It teaches you to love your body for what it can do rather than for what it looks like.

Jiu jitsu erases a lot of those  insecurities by showing you all the awesome things your body can do. all that exercise will get you closer to the hot bod you’ve  always wanted, but by the time you make it there, you’ll be way more  invested in your abilities than your appearance.


2. It smashes ideas about what a woman “should” or “shouldn’t” do.


Jiu-jitsu is a giant middle finger to every time someone has scolded  you for being unladylike or tried to put you in your “place” as a woman.

On the mats, everyone is equal; there is no gender. You will get your  butt handed to you just as much as the men do, and you’ll also dish out  a fair bit of butt-handing yourself.

3. It makes you a positive role model for younger girls.

Jiu jitsu comes with plenty of benefits, and when you have a daughter, a niece, or any other young lady who wants to be you  when she grows up, you pass on a lot of those benefits to her just by  showing her what you do. You can give that little girl a head start on  loving herself and making friends who genuinely care about her  well-being.

Who knows? You might even convince her to get an early start on training!

*By Averi Clements jiu-jitsu times

in No-Gi