GMA Seamless Progression Academy of Martial Arts will be hosting the 2014 Wisconsin Carlson Gracie Jiu-Jitsu Mini-Camp from 24 to 28 March in Port Washington, Wisconsin. This five day event will be led by Prof. Francisco Maya (Carlson Gracie Portugal). Prof. Maya began studying Jiu-Jitsu in 1992 under Grand Master Paulo Maurício Strauch (9th Degree Black Belt) and then went on to train under such notables as Marcos “Parrumpinha” da Matta, Eduardo “Gavião” Ommati, Vauvenargues Marinho, and Carlson Gracie Jr. Special Guests include Prof. Alan Stockman (Carson Gracie Indiana) and Master Carlson Gracie Jr. (Carlson Gracie Team Illinois).
The event will be hosted by Prof. Benjamin Salas who owns and operates Seamless Progression Academy (Carlson Gracie Wisconsin). Benjamin has been practicing Jiu-Jitsu since 1995 and has trained, competed, or instructed in over a dozen countries – including a number of trips to Portugal where he trained under Prof. Maya. Benjamin specializes in BJJ fundamentals as well as law enforcement applications of the martial arts.
Training will be conducted at the Seamless Dojo which is located at 307 N. Franklin Street, Port Washington, Wisconsin 53074 with separate youth, adult, beginner, and advanced sessions.
The Mini-camp will be broken into different sessions by skill level with greater attention being placed on rolling in the advanced sessions. Prof. Maya will be the Mini-Camps lead instructor with Prof. Stockman and Salas acting as assistant instructors. At the conclusion of this camp everyone is invited to travel with the group down to Chicago for the 2014 IBJJF Chicago Spring Open and compete/cheer on your BJJ family members.
Youth sessions are limited to 8 attendees and adult sessions are limited to 12 attendees.