We offer classes of all levels for men, women and children.


The style of striking we teach is called kickboxing and through traveling and training with many great striking coaches for over 20 years, Torres’ has created a diverse curriculum at Torres Martial Arts Academy, encompassing techniques from various martial arts systems like tae kwon do, karate, muay thai, and American kickboxing - using the most devastating and effective techniques they have to offer. It is the blending of these styles that makes the striking we train not just an amazing workout but actually teaches valuable technical striking and theory.

Offering 60 minute classes for beginners and advanced students, we train students in all aspects of striking - including how to properly wrap your hands, technical punching, kicking, fighting in the clinch, shadow boxing, bag work, sweeping the leg, holding/punching focus mitts, using kicking shields, working on Thai pads, footwork drills, evasive moment, defensive blocking, counter striking and for advanced students - sparring in the cage.

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From Miguel

Since the age of 6 (after watching Bruce Lee movies and seeing much my father loved to watch Julio Ceasar Chavez box) I knew I wanted to be a fighter. To possess the skills and abilities to perform on a world stage, I had to seek out some of the best trainers and fight teams in the world. I’ve had the blessing of an amazingly successful career in mixed martial arts, becoming champion for many organizations I fought for.

I learned a wealth of techniques and methodologies from the 20 years spanning my career with over 50 fights and they all taught me what it takes to not only to be a champion, but how to also make and train champions. My passion and purpose in life now is to help others learn/train in order to live a healthier lifestyle, learn proper self-defense, and train in effective practical martial arts to have the self-confidence of a relentless warrior.

What Will I Learn?

Students have two types of classes they can participate in, the first being a beginners class that teaches the fundamentals of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu in a safe environment and allows students to learn conscious breathing, the basics of grappling teaching them how to properly fall, technical get ups, hip escapes, various transitions of control positions, Judo takedowns, fundamentals of wrestling, basic submission and self-defense techniques. This type of training also gives students increased confidence, core strength building muscle and conditioning. There is no sparring in the fundamentals program to keep students injury-free and to give them an opportunity to build the confidence to work up to live rolling.

Advanced students are allowed to spar and work on advanced combinations of attacks and positions, this class is designed for students who want to compete in tournaments or who aspire to be involved in mixed martial arts as they grow older. The advanced classes offer the same benefits of the fundamentals program with the added benefit of live sparring, giving kids an increased awareness of the usefulness of Brazilan Jiu-JItsu and grappling in self-defense scenarios as well as competitions.

What Will I Get?

Like our other programs, classes are offered seven days a week, allowing students to maximize their training with a consistent schedule. All students also have access to our brand-new fitness center that has olympic and free weights, Crossfit Monkey Rig, cardio equipment, wall balls, medicine balls and jump ropes by Rogue Fitness. We spared no expense to offer students the highest quality training facility combined with world class experience to create a one-of-a-kind training facility.

What Do I Need?

We teach two forms of grappling, gi and nogi. Half the week is divided into training with a traditional Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Kimono and the other half is trained with a t-shirt, rashguard, shorts or spats. All shorts and pants should not have any pockets, zippers, buttons or cuts in the legs and no jewelry is allowed to be worn during classes. Shirts / tops should fit comfortably and not have excess length or bulk.

Students that do not have a Jiu-Jitsu kimono or forget to bring it can rent one and all students must have their own uniform with belt for gi days. For advanced students a mouthpiece is required - ear guards and athletic supporters are recommended but not necessary.