About Us

The Gracie Barra School in Katy, Texas, was founded in October 2006 and offers world-class level Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu instruction for individuals, families, and Law Enforcement Officials of Harris County and is being developed to become a reference for physical education, character development, self-defense, and world class Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu training at the communities of Katy, Texas and surrounding neighborhoods.

All Gracie Barra Katy classes are aligned with the Gracie Barra Program Structure developed by Master Carlos Gracie Jr. to meet specific learning needs from people with different ages, gender and levels. Our clean, friendly and progress oriented environment allows the students to have a challenging, inspirational and warm learning and training experience that always make them feel like coming back.

Our school is for everyone and anyone who is looking to get in shape, learn self-defense, and improve the overall quality of their lives. In addition our family-oriented environment is a perfect place to teach your children to feel safe everyday not only when they are at school or outside playing, but also in developing their self-confidence and discipline.

At our school, you will receive hands on attention from our world class instructors who will monitor your progress in a clean, safe, and family-friendly environment.

Our Professors and Instructors were trained under the Gracie Barra Curriculum created by Master Carlos Gracie Jr. and their work is supervised by our Head Instructor and 3rd degree black belt Professor Ted Stickel.

The GB Katy's goal is training everyone with or without martial arts background and make them feel part of the Gracie Barra Family.

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Don't take our word for it. Why not try our Program on us?
If you like it we can put you into a program designed to suit you, whether you are considering competing, self defense, losing weight or general fitness. We have great programs and great instruction.
What have you got to lose?