Check out our new kids program!
SHBJJ Hong Kong is affiliated with the BJJ Revolution Team
You can our gym in Hong Kong between Hollywood Road and Bridges Street.
Contact us to arrange a free trial class! Beginners are welcome!
(Please note that free trial classes are only for BJJ, and not for Hip Hop and Boxing/Muay Thai for Kids)
Caique is a third-degree Black Belt under Carlson Gracie Jr. He started training judo in 1977 at the age of 4, and in 1988 started to learn Gracie Jiu Jitsu under Grand Master Francisco Mansur who received his black belt from Grand master Hélio Gracie. In 1991 Caique started
training at the famous Carlson Gracie Academy on Copacabana Beach, Rio de Janeiro.
At Carlson Gracie, he trained with luminaries such as
Ricardo Liborio, Marcelo Alonso, Carlson Gracie Jr., Murilo Bustamante, Amaury Bitteti, Alan Goes, Wallid Ismail, Zé Mario Sperry, Vitor Belfort, Paulo Filho, and Ricardo Arona.
Caique’s competion achievements are:
5 times state champion, 89 Jr./90/91/93/95
2 times Brazilian Championship Gold 94/97
1 time Brazilian Championship Medalist 98
Since the end of Caique’s competition career, he has focused on further self development and the study of the philosophy of self defense.
Fabio is a fifth-degree Black Belt under the Carlson Gracie lineage, with over 25 years of experience in teaching Jiujitsu all over the world, most recently in Shanghai, China, before moving to Hong Kong and taking up a position as an instructor at SHBJJ Hong Kong.
Holding an extensive competition record, Fabio has had success at the highest levels in international competitions. He has medaled in China, Brazil, Spain, and Portugal as well as at at the IBJJF Masters International.
Besides an extensive history of teaching Jiujitsu, Fabio is also deeply passionate about spreading knowledge regarding the history and rules for sports competition, having been a referee at many international events in China, Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, Italy, and Brazil.
Fabio is also certified to teach children, and has conducted instruction for the Brazilian Army Police as well as the Civil Police Air Operations.
Casey is a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Black Belt under Rodrigo Medeiros (Carlson Gracie Lineage). He began his BJJ career in London 2008, starting his training at Roger Gracie's Academy, before settling at Carlson Gracie London, under Wilson Junior, along with coaches Dickie Martin and Simon Hayes. Casey is known for his lasso, spider guard, Carlson Gracie pressure passing and predominantly his footlocks.
He has competed in many local and IBJJF tournaments both in the UK and Asia, recently competing in Shanghai, Kuala Lumpur and here in Hong Kong. Casey is regularly seeking to test his BJJ skills and continues to actively compete.
When not training and teaching BJJ, Casey has been working as a International School Primary teacher for over 10 years, which he is very passionate about.
He is looking forward to supporting both adults and children in their BJJ journey and to inspire their love for learning for the sport and martial art.
Harry is a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Black Belt under Rodrigo Medeiros (Carlson Gracie Lineage). He started BJJ in 2007 at the world famous Beverly Hills Jiu Jitsu Club under Marcus Vinicius (6th Degree Black Belt & Judo Black Belt under Red Belt Francisco Mansur) while studying at the University of Southern California where he graduated with a degree in Economics and Film. While in California Harry competed in IBJFF tournaments in the colored belt divisions including the Pan Americans.
In addition to BJJ, he is an American Council on Exercise Certified Trainer (# N790786) and is CPR Certified.
He looks forward to competing in the Black Belt divisions around Asia with the SHBJJ Team. Harry speaks fluent English, Cantonese, and basic Mandarin and French.
Alex received his Jiujitsu Brown Belt from Rodrigo Medeiros. He is a Managing Partner at DEF Group, the parent entity of SHBJJ. He spends time in both the Shanghai and Hong Kong Academies, and focuses primarily in teaching beginner and introductory classes.
Rebecca is a Level 5 AntiGravity® Fitness instructor and certified yoga instructor. With a background in dance, yoga, and running, she has always been passionate about movement and human connection. Always inclusive when in the classroom, she loves to share ways to connect the mind and with the body through the power of physical movement.
Originally from Hong Kong, Rebecca has spent time growing up in the United States and in Singapore. She’s armed with a diverse athletic background in dance, yoga, rugby, and long-distance running. As an alternate movement to dance, she discovered yoga and followed the Christopher Harrison AntiGravity® fitness program to rehabilitate, regain and increase her strength, mobility, and flexibility that was once limited due to injuries sustained from dancing in the past. Her interests and focus are in movements that improve function and recovery.
Jeferson Oliveira is a lifestyle coach, personal trainer and Muay Thai world champion from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. A professional fighter from the age of 19, Jeferson won the Rio de Janeiro & São Paulo state titles as well as the Brazilian championship twice, beginning the same year as his debut.
Jeferson moved from Brazil to Thailand, and despite hardships he was crowned as a Muay Thai World Champion there. He has been ranked amongst the best fighters in the world for many years and fought for many major promotions and stadiums having racked up a record of over 100 professional fights on Thai soil.
Feeling fulfilled as a fighter and seeking a new quest, Jeferson decided to improve his coaching knowledge and made his move to Hong Kong where he been living and teaching Muay Thai to people of all levels of experience, ages and backgrounds.
At SHBJJ Hong Kong, Jeferson focuses on teaching Muay Thai and Boxing in the kids' program.
Kim is a freelance dance instructor specializing in jazz and hip hop styles and has been educating Hong Kong’s youth for the last decade.
Born and raised in California, she attained her core dance training at the Shan-Yee Poon Ballet School in jazz, tap and ballet. At the University of San Francisco, she also trained in commercial hip hop and West African dance whilst performing with dance companies in the city.
For seven years, she was a full-time teacher at Island Dance School where she prepared students for annual exams, local performances and showcases. Now, Kim is focused on working directly with schools and non-profit organisations with the goal to create inclusive and meaningful spaces for individuals to express themselves through movement.
At SHBJJ Hong Kong, Kim focuses on teaching hip hop and movement in the kids' program.
Ganga is the manager of the SHBJJ Hong Kong Academy and is responsible for the day to day running of the school.
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