Axiom Brazilan Jiu-Jitsu

Axiom Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu

Welcome to Wenatchee’s only Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu School.

We offer traditional Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Submission Grappling, and Judo classes.  Stop by and check out a class!


Membership Pricing

Payments can be made either on a recurring monthly basis (via automatic deduction) or with a discounted one time lump sum payment. We also offer drop in classes and private lessons.

1 month membership: $65

3 month membership: $60/month or one time payment of $165.

6 month membership: $55 per month of one time payment of $300.

Annual membership: $50 per month or one time payment of $540.

EMS Services: $40 per month (requires instructor permission in advance).


Drop in Class - $10

Private Lesson - $75

Youth Classes - depends on the session/one time payment


Skin infections are a reality in grappling based martial arts and Jiu-Jitsu is no exception. Because of this reality we have implemented guidelines to minimize and hopefully prevent the contraction or spread of skin infections.

The two most common types of skin infection are Ringworm (a fungus) and Staph (a bacteria) and proper hygiene can minimize the incidence of either. The following is a hygiene protocol we have implemented, but nothing is 100% and a physician should be consulted if you develop a serious infection.

  1. Educate yourself about skin infections, Ringworm and Staph.
  2. Shower before coming to practice, especially if you have not yet showered that day, have been exercising or working manual labor. All Gi or training attire must be washed between classes.
  3. A mix of 1 part bleach to 9 parts water will be used to mop the floors prior to training.
  4. Students and instructors must bring their own sandals or flip-flops that will be wiped down with disinfectant. The students and instructors must must step on/off the mat into the disinfected footwear.
  5. Shower as soon after class as possible to get rid of any infectious agents before they can take hold.
    1. We recommend Safeguard soap available at Fred Meyer as well a a Tea Tree Oil based shampoo such as this one by Natures Gate. Safeguard is an antibacterial soap and Tea Tree Oil is thought to have anti-fungal properties.
  6. If you develop a skin infection, treat it immediately. There are over the counter treatments for both Ringworm and Staph. Tinactin and Lotramin are commonly used to treat Ringworm, follow the directions on the box. Staph has antibiotic resistant strains, so if you have a small or very mild infection and you purchase a topical antibiotic, make sure it contains Bacitracin Zinc as one of the active ingredients. If your skin infection gets worse, go see a doctor.
  7. Do not come to class with an active skin infection! If you have a small ringworm infection that is resolving, you may come to class if it is slathered in anti-fungal cream and covered in tape. If you have a staph infection you may not come to class until it is resolved.

Safety and Etiquette

Safety: Your safety and your Jiu-Jitsu partners safety are your responsibility. You should either say "tap" or physically tap your opponent if you are caught in a submission before you are injured and you should not apply submissions to the point of injuring your partner. Come to class sober, not intoxicated in any way.

Etiquette: Start each sparring session with hand slap and fist bump and say “oos” to indicate respect and mutual training.
Ego: Leave it at the door. Come to class to learn, not to prove something.
Teaching: Let the Instructors teach. If you have something you want to show
or work on, ask the Instructor or work on it on your own time.
Respect: This is earned over time and belt color is merely a representation
of the time and effort dedicated to Jiu-Jitsu. Jiu-Jitsu is not about
domination, but about progression. Come to class with the intent and
mindset of progression for yourself and your peers.