Garage Jiu Jitsu, located in Bellambi is run by Professor Gui Neves.
From the Garage Jiu Jitsu website:
No matter your age, your gender, your level. If you seek to challenge the limits of your body and enhance your mind, you are already part of the Garage Team.
We believe each person is unique and has the power to create incredible stories.
We respect everyone's differences and ambitions, encouraging our students by highlighting their strengths so they feel empowered.
There are unlimited ways to become a better version of yourself and reaching beyond the limits. There are unlimited ways of guiding people towards it.
Jiu Jitsu is for everybody
Whether you want to train for competitions, get fit or are just looking to train for fun and challenge yourself by learning pure Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu in a friendly environment, Garage is the place to be. Feel free to schedule a private class with our instructors and athletes or check our timetable to join the group classes.
Unit 2/6 Bellambi Lane, Bellambi, NSW 2518
unit 2/6 Bellambi Lane, Bellambi NSW 2518, Australia
City of Wollongong
Bellambi is a suburb of Wollongong in the Illawarra region of New South Wales, Australia. It has a railway station (opened 1889) on the NSW TrainLink South Coast Line.
Bellambi is situated directly north of Corrimal and east of Russell Vale. It has a beach, Bellambi Beach, on the Wollongong to Thirroul Bike Track.
Bellambi lies on the flat northern Illawarra coastal plain, with views of the escarpment to the west, one of note being Broker's Nose, 440 metres high. To the east is Bellambi Beach and a creek inlet in a reserve, and to the south of the inlet is Bellambi Harbour (formerly known as Port Bellambi) and Bellambi Point.
The original jetty was constructed in 1858. On August 28, 1862, a telegraph line was constructed between Wollongong and Bellambi. In 1863 a second jetty was built at the harbour. In 1887 a new jetty was constructed at Bellambi Bay. In 1927 the Bellambi Mines Rescue Station was established. The public school was opened in 1956. In 1965 the rock pool was under construction.
(Source: Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)