I first saw this studio at night dropping off a daughters friend in the area, a little over a year ago. The parking lot was dark, but the lights were on in the studio and stood out from the road. I saw 2 men in the middle of a round and it stuck with me. I looked up the name of the studio and checked it out. I saw that the owners trained in Hawaii, where I grew up and thought that was pretty cool. When you look at the pictures tied to the studio, you get that sense of community they have created. My husband and son have been going there for close to a year now and love it. My daughter and I decided just a week ago, to join as well. Ill be 40 this year (feeling my age in my body) and this is completely out of my element. The way they (Josh, James, Shelby, Nicole) teach they make you feel present, strong, empowered and like you belong there. They get right to work! I love that!We received an intro with Nicole, which also coaches some of the kids classes. She is wonderful!Shelby welcomed us right in for Muay Thai on Sunday! I havent sweated like that in years!Josh has been coaching our last couple classes of Jiu-jitsu and is amazing at going over the moves several times over to make sure you retain it.Yesterday Josh did a round with Shelby in our class and it was beautiful to watch.The way they moved, with so much grace. Their belts loosened and danced around them as they rolled.I want to be just like them when I grow up.I told my husband the only thing missing was some postrock music playing in the background.They are truly amazing here! If you are willing to put in the work, in time it will show!