The jiujitsu family is full of talented people. Here are some useful links, covering everything from governance, bjj kit, web development and photography. This is a list of people in the know, that you need to know.
BJJ suppliers: contact us to discuss being featured on this list.
The UKBJJA is a non-profit organisation working for the promotion, governance and development of Brazilian Jiujitsu in the UK.
They provide both club membership and individual membership, individual membership provides person to person liability insurance which is essential for anyone sparring or competing in this sport.
Visit their website for full details.
Unstoppable Girl is an ongoing campaign by the UKBJJA which aims to get more women involved in the sport of Brazilian Jiujitsu.
BJJ Women organise seminars and training days across the whole of the UK which welcome women who are new to the sport. To find out more about what they do or to see if there is anything happening in your local areas visit their Facebook Page.
David and his team at Amino did a stellar job creating this website, they really know what a jiujitsu website needs because David is one of us.
This isn’t the only BJJ related site created by them either, they have worked with Sulstons Kitchen too – an independent healthy food company in Tonbridge. Rumor has it they are working on some exciting new gym and fitness projects for 2017.
They provide design for print, branding, video, photography, illustration, marketing and more… their tag line is “the building blocks of business” and they pride themselves on offering one point of contact for all services!
Quote BJJGIRLS20 for a 20% discount off your first project with them.
If you choose to compete in Brazilian Jiujitsu then you will notice many of the UK competitions base their rules strictly or loosely on the IBJJF. Here is a link to their rules so that you can familiarise yourself with them.
Dipika is a very talented photographer and jiujitsu woman. Many of the pictures you see on this site were provided by her after some collaborative events.
As a journalist and photographer Dipika is always open to discussing collaborative projects, especially those involving women. You can check out her instagram page or email her directly.