This site is a living handbook for busy Jiu-Jiteiros. A place for us to grow our strengths & cultivate the Gentle Art in the face of difficulty and daily living.

 

Hi, I'm Jason C. Brown, I'm a physical educator & teacher that helps motivated but overwhelmed Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu players and other martial artists (recreational & professional) get the most out of their bodies and their training on and off the mat by creating movement practices & athletic development programs that are simple, strong & sustainable. 

I have known Jason C. Brown for 18 years, exactly the amount of time that I have been involved in Brazilian Jiu-jitsu, Jason has been on the cutting edge of fitness and conditioning for as long as I have known him. His personal coaching and blog have been a well that never runs dry, I have greatly benefited from his coaching.
— Josh Amaro- BJJ & Judo Blackbelt

My goal here is to be a voice of reason and an honest & simple source of training & movement knowledge and support. I try to stay away from the hype and complexity.

I began kettlebell training in 2004 on my own after buying one with a basic DVD. I realize now that my training didn’t really begin until two years later when I took a seminar from Jason C. Brown. I recently moved near his gym in Philadelphia, and I began training with him bi-weekly. He is an incredible teacher as well as a technician. He has turned me into a complete kettlebell addict and there isn’t a day now that I don’t use my kettlebells. I consider myself very fortunate to be able to learn from him personally.
— Daniel Haney- BJJ Black Belt - Team Balance

And although I may be in the business of teaching specific skills, knowledge and ideas, beyond this lies my larger and more compelling purpose: showing people the way out of the cave, into the natural physical and living world. I want to help open the door for you to reconnect with the forces, qualities and elements that give our bodies life and vitality.