Ready for your two week trial?
Occasionally, new students have reservations about attending their first class at Lineage BJJ or deciding to give Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu a try.
Many of these skeptics, regardless of their athletic background or history in martial arts, end up becoming long-term members. While they all come to us from different places in life, they have one thing in common; they signed up for our introductory two-week offer.
If you’re ready to take that step, or if you’ve already signed up for your trial, you may still have some questions. Here are a few of the most common questions we get about our introductory offer and how you can be prepared for your first classes with us at Lineage BJJ.
What do I get with my trial?
The two-week trial with Lineage BJJ is a low-barrier, risk-free offer with a money-back guarantee.
After you purchase your trial, you’ll have three days (72 hours) to decide if you want to continue the two weeks or if you’d like your money back.
Adults new to Lineage BJJ
Adults are offered unlimited training within our schedule and have the chance to attend up to 22 classes in their two weeks. We hold adult classes every evening, Monday through Friday, and mornings on Tuesday and Thursday.
What about kids? (Little Sharks and Junior Grapplers)
Children’s classes are Monday, Wednesday, and Friday evenings. You can bring your kids to all six classes for their age group within the two weeks of their trial. If your kids give it a try and decide it’s not for them, you find your schedule is incompatible, or you aren’t satisfied with the training, we’ll happily refund your money. Alternately, if the instructors feel your child needs a few more months to be ready for our training, we’ll work with parents to try again at a future date.
What will I know by the end of my trial?
As you spend some time with us, you’ll get to know all our instructors and their varying styles of teaching, a little bit about our culture, and whether or not our training is right for you.
Our job is to show you the value of our programming, how it can benefit your life and body, and how much fun we have together. You’ll also get a chance to try more than one type of training: sometimes we train for self-defense whereas other times we train for sport.
If you’re still not sure about signing up for a trial, feel free to get in touch and arrange to watch a class.
If you’re preparing to attend your first class, read our post about first class etiquette, safety, and give us a call with any questions.