Women’s No GI Summit
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Seize the opportunity to train with and gain insights from the most skilled female black belts globally.
At the Women's No Gi Summit, you'll receive unparalleled guidance from world-renowned coaches and athletes. This camp presents an ideal opportunity to elevate your skills to new heights. Emphasizing technique, drilling, and live training, you'll have the chance to learn from the finest instructors and challenge yourself against top-tier competitors. Yet, the Women's No Gi Summit offers more than just elite instruction. It fosters an environment for like-minded BJJ enthusiasts to connect and bond. With its inclusive and supportive atmosphere, this camp serves as the perfect setting to forge new friendships and cultivate lasting relationships.
- 3 Days Camp
- 5 Black Belt Seminars
- Seminars, Prizes, Tournament and more
Black Belt Under Fábio Holanda and Leonardo Saggioro
Brianna Ste-Marie, a grappler from Canada, has attained the rank of black belt in jiu-jitsu under the tutelage of Fábio Holanda and Leonardo Saggioro of the Brazilian Top Team (BTT). She is regarded as one of the foremost competitors of her generation, which she earned early on in her career as a colored belt, through her numerous achievements in the International Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Federation (IBJJF), including noteworthy titles such as World No-Gi, Pan American (Gi and No-Gi), and European Championships.
Black Belt and World Champion
In October 2020, Alexandria Enriquez captured attention by demonstrating her exceptional skill in both the featherweight division and the absolute category at the IBJJF Pan American Championships (gi), securing double gold medals. She repeated this achievement in November at the IBJJF Pan American No-Gi Championships, delivering another remarkable performance with double gold. Enriquez's unique style stands out prominently on the mats: her staggered stance showcases her proficiency in wrestling, while her precise ground transitions reflect her unwavering commitment to jiu-jitsu. Alex brings to the forefront extensive experience and a proven track record of success across various grappling disciplines.
Black Belt under Matt Thornton
Amanda Loewen, a remarkable talent in the world of jiu-jitsu, attained her black belt from Matt Thornton in October 2014 after dedicating five years to her training. With an intense regimen, she trains six days a week and leads 2-5 classes daily while maintaining a regular competition schedule. Notably, Amanda secured the silver medal at the 2014 World Championships in the brown belt lightweight division. Looking ahead, her aspirations include maximizing her competitive endeavors, enhancing her skills as an instructor, and perpetuating the SBGi philosophy emphasizing posture, pressure, and possibilities.
Black Belt under Osvaldo Moizinho
Elisabeth Clay, a professional jiu-jitsu athlete, holds a black belt under Osvaldo Moizinho (Queixinho) and Samir Chantre, representing the Ares BJJ Association. She burst onto the scene at just 16 years old, hailing from Alaska at the time, by triumphing in the ADCC West Coast Trials (2017), renowned as one of the most challenging tournaments in the sport. Subsequently, Elisabeth Clay continued her ascent in the grappling world, securing numerous prestigious titles within the International Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Federation (IBJJF amateur circuit). Additionally, she has enjoyed successful stints as a professional competitor in events such as Who’s #1, Fight 2 Win, and SUBVERSIV.
Co-Owner and Co-Head Instructor at Oregon Grappling Arts
In 2012, Hannah embarked on her jiu-jitsu journey at a modest gym in California. After dedicating herself to training for several years, she made the decision to prioritize her path as both a jiu-jitsu competitor and instructor. This led her to leave her full-time job in 2015 to pursue a role as a youth jiu-jitsu instructor at a gym in Portland, while also taking on a part-time position at a local bookstore. After seven years of relentless training, Hannah achieved the milestone of earning her black belt in 2019. Hannah has solidified her reputation as one of the foremost no-gi competitors in the Pacific Northwest. Notably, she attained the #4 ranking for female no-gi grapplers in her weight class (135 lbs) by Flograppling. Her accolades include being an IBJJF Nogi World Silver Medalist at Black Belt Adult, an IBJJF Nogi World Champion at Brown Belt Adult, and a Nogi American National Champion at Black Belt Adult.
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|Day 2 March 2
|Dinner and Night Activity
|Day 3 March 3
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