Niagara BJJ


We are a group that are passionate about the personal growth and discipline jiu jitsu provides. We are family and team-oriented. You are not just a student or a member to us. You are a teammate. You are joining a family. We believe in jiu jitsu, we believe in working together, and we believe in making everyone feel welcome and ensuring they enjoy themselves while they learn and grow.

Head Instructor


Our head instructor Scott started training in 2010 at 10th Planet Montreal, working his way up to brown belt until eventually receiving his black belt from Caio Terra. Now representing Cicero Costha and Gringo Jiu-jitsu, Scott is an active competitor at the black belt level in both gi and nogi and has been teaching at Niagara BJJ for two years now. He is also NAGA nogi expert division champion.

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Black Belt Instructor


Kevin is a black belt instructor, co-owner, and tournament coach. 23 years in the military helps him keep order, discipline, and structure within the class while his personality keeps it fun and enjoyable! Kevin’s jiu jitsu is based around clean technique, swift movement, and working with your physique + abilities, and maximizing your potential. He has podiumed at the 2015, 2017, 2018 Masters World Championships.

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Black Belt Instructor


Reggie is a black belt instructor, co-owner, and tournament coach. He competes regularly in international and local tournaments. His jiu jitsu is focused on discipline and developing his own unique style to his technique. Reggie is a silver medalist at the 2017 & 2018 Ontario Open in the Brown/Black division.

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Information about Alex

How long have you been training? 

I started in March of 2011, and I have been training for over 10 years.

What is your style of jiu jitsu?

Technical, half-guard player with wrestling fundamentals and pressure passing.

What made you start jiu jitsu? Why did it interest you?

At age 15, I was enrolled in traditional Jiu Jitsu, I loved it but eventually stopped going due to a lack of discipline. Since then, I always wanted to get back into grappling and at age 27 I returned to the mats for good.

What do you enjoy about jiu jitsu?

What started as the rekindling of an old flame, became a passion which would shape and mold me in positive ways in which I couldn’t have imagined; discipline, dedication, sacrifice and a love for learning. BJJ is always evolving which leads to constant discovery and refinement. This is probably my favorite aspect of BJJ, the constant search for improvement.

What classes do you teach?

I currently teach the advanced class in Welland on Thursday night, covering advanced movements, concepts, skills and strategy.

On Sunday mornings in Welland, we run the BJJ Workbench which is the equivalent of a tinkerers table in regards to BJJ improvement. A Q&A style class where we might dissect or explore positions and ideas, drill movements and work on our individual needs.

What do you do in your free time when you are not teaching and training jiu jitsu?

Outside of training, I’m a volunteer firefighter and in my spare time, I enjoy spending time with my family, either outside hiking, bike-riding or inside playing games with the kids.

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