Daniel Gracie and Victor Estima BJJ Seminar in Pittsburgh
**This Seminar is Full! Check in For Possible second day…**
This unique Pittsburgh BJJ Seminar event will feature technique from two of the best teachers in Jiu Jitsu. We will break the group of participants up into a regular and advanced group. All experience levels are welcome although at least 3 months of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu or grappling experience is recommended. It is our way of celebrating a successful launch of our new Strip District Location. If you love BJJ do not miss this event! We will also have food and drink after the seminar and training.
Daniel Gracie is one of the most experienced jiu jitsu teachers on the east coast. He is a hands on teacher who is engaged in students’ learning. His wealth of experience includes training with the best Members of the gracie family for over 30 years, fighting at top level MMA events such as Pride and Belator, and winning some of Jiu jitsu’s most prestigious tournaments.
Some notable BJJ tournament wins includes:
3x Brazilian National Champion (1996, 1997, 1999 black)
4x World Silver Medallist (1997, 1998, 2000, 2001 black)
Pan American Silver Medallist (1999 black)
World Bronze Medallist (1999 black)
Brazilian National Bronze Medallist (1996 absolute)
Victor Estima is 2011 no-gi IBJJF World Middle wt champion. He is know for his aggressive submission based style of Jiu JItsu. Along with his older brother, Victor has changed and innovated the technique of modern jiu jitsu. Here is a list of his competitive accomplishments:
2008 European Championships (black belt adult middle) – bronze medal
2008 European Championships (absolute black belt) – bronze medal
2010 World Mundials No Gi (black belt adult middle) – bronze medal
2011 European Championships (black belt adult middle) – bronze medal
2011 World Mundials No Gi (black belt adult middle) – gold medal
2012 European Championships (black belt adult middle) – gold medal
2012 Panams (black belt adult middle) – silver medal
2012 World Mundials (black belt adult middle) – bronze medal
Everyone is invited for the festivities after the seminar but space is limited for the actual event.