The origin of Jiu-Jitsu is lost in the mists of time, it is believed that the first attack or defense of a human being - would be characterized - "The fight itself." Evidently the instinct to attack and defense is latent in man. The coordination of this aggression, their styling and respect for "laws of nature", resulting in the creation of Martial Arts which is a study based on science and efficiency of these. Among the Martial Arts, Jiu-Jitsu is one of the most subtle, considering this, the study of human anatomy and its weaknesses, the use of levers, the principle of fitness and flexibility harmonized with the mind, resulting in one of the finest arts. The Jiu-Jitsu is the basic principle using minimum force. For a good result, leverages the strength and weakness opposition.

In India

According to the ancient and verbal knowledge, this art (Jiu-Jitsu), would have started in ancient India. Especially by the monks. According to the religious principles monks could not use aggressive but shake off a sudden attack or immobilize the assailant in his wanderings around the world.


In China

China put your time characterized the Jiu-Jitsu as a practical war, because this civilization developed a large number of martial arts styles. The Jiu-Jitsu was practiced with a kimono short hands-free, in addition to wrestling, had great importance in disarmament. His practice reaches the peak at the time of the "Warring States" and the unification of China by "Chin Shih Huang Ti."

In Japan

The Jiu-Jitsu arrived in Japan in séc.II after Christ, coming from China. Many were the chains that passed this art to the country of the "Rising Sun", inclusive, there are many legends related to the creation and Nipponese martial arts. The recorded history in 1600, states that a Chinese monk "Gen Chen Pin" have taught three Samurais, which taught each specialization namely: Atemi, twists and projections. And they spread the whole japan, or even merging with other schools of jiu-jitsu. In feudal Japan are used numerous names related to Jiu-Jitsu, it differed in some other technical fundamentals were extremely similar; Aikijitsu, Tai Jitsu, Yawara, Kempo, and even the term Jiu-Jitsu was divided between styles as: Kito ryu, Shito Ryu, Tejin and others. It is at this time where the strong division of Japanese social calsse praised the nobility of the Samurai Jiu-Jitsu develops background. Small Nips perfect the art of fighting, which could decide the life or death of a warrior race. It was then the Jiu-Jitsu, compulsory practice for young people in the future would be "Samurai" next to the fencing, literature, painting, and other cavalry.

Introduction in Brazil

Carlos Gracie, who was trained by Mitsuo Maeda passes put Minas Gerais in Belo Horizonte minister and a few classes at a hotel in the region. Then come to São Paulo and in the neighborhood of Pinheiros rides a gym. Without the desired success settles in Rio de Janeiro and Capital begins to teach, and also to his brothers: George, Gaston, helium and Oswaldo. Hélio Gracie becomes the big name and the spreader of Jiu-Jitsu. Already installed in Rio, so many disciples. George Gracie was a trailblazer, traveled throughout Brazil, however, has stimulated much Jiu-Jitsu in São Paulo, with the students: Otavio de Almeida, Nahum Rabay, Candoca, Osvaldo Carnivalle Romeo Bertho and many others. Some remain active. In Rio de Janeiro more specifically on the west, the master "Fairy" was notoriously one of the bastions of Jiu-Jitsu, having large number of graduates. Meanwhile, at the same time Mitsuo Maeda, other Japanese continued spreading Jiu-Jitsu. "Geo Omori" for example, accept challenges in the ring circus "queirolhos" and it was also he who founded the first academy in Brazil, in Sao Paulo Braz Pediment of the Street: Rangel Pestana, in 1925 (According to historian Inezil Penna.) The brothers Ono came to Brazil in the 30s coming from a renowned master of Jiu-Jitsu in Japan Here in Brazil formed but many students had adopted the practice of Judo. Takeo Yuano highly regarded for its technical excels, traveled throughout Brazil and taught Jiu-Jitsu in cities like São Paulo and especially in mines Gerais, where he taught and even encouraged the creation of local Federation.

In Rio de Janeiro

Known as the "Mecca" of Jiu-Jitsu, having concentrated almost all the big names in the Family Gracie.Os after Hélio Gracie family were: Carlson and Rolls Gracie. Rickson Gracie is currently recognized as the best fighter in the world! The first organization of Brazil, was the foundation of the Federation Carioca, formed by helium and continued by Robson Gracie.Atualmente is the Brazilian Confederation and World, led by Carlos Gracie Junior.

There are many teachers who do not belong to the Gracie family and perform extraordinary work as Team Nova Uniao, Alliance, Dojo, Bustamante in the West Zone and North have numerous academies and many others around the state

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In Sao Paulo

The Master Octavio, boosts local development of Sport creates with the Federation Paulista Pugilismo, the Department of Jiu-Jitsu. This time to the year "80" stood out the following professors: Peter Hemetério, Oswaldo Carnivalle, Gaston Gracie, Nahum Rabay, Orlando Saraiva, Romeo and Bertho Candoca. With the death of Master Octavio in 1983, Jiu-Jitsu Paulo enters frank decay. In 1989 Professor Moses Muradi resumes the State level events, again boosting the sport, and dedication to the old master and Octavian in his honor, Moses believed in 1991 the Federation Paulista de Jiu-Jitsu who achieves great success, now being considered in time as the Second Power after Rio de Janeiro.

In 1993 the mandate of Muradi ends, at which time the Jiu-Jitsu became a target of the media and the fighter Royce Gracie won one of the first "Ultimate Fight". With explicit propaganda, many practitioners black bands that never bothered to teach, started due to "Pool" Publicity initiated by Royce, among numerous teams stand out Lotus / Balance which was consecutively Penta-Champion Paulista (93, 94,95,96 and 97) Cia Athlética, Alliance, Saraiva, Gracie, and other ...

In 1997 with aims and ideology in favor of sport, Professor Moses Muradi along with other teachers as:

Orlando Saraiva, Waldomiro Perez Jr., Raul Vieira and Souza, Maximiliano Trombini, Rick Kowarick, Givanildo Santana, Eduardo Leitão, Franco Hairstyle, Gilberto Cardoso, Edmilson Alves, Nilson Liboni, Paul Theodore and others, decided to found the HSPA (Federation of State São Paulo Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu).