Bjj in this country is growing leaps and bounds, yet still has quite a way to go. The majority of dropouts in this sport are at white belt level. It's a tough sport that requires far more mental than physical aptitude. And yet with all the schools I've been to, they lack how to teach a white belt and keep them in class. From my short time with this school, if you want training where you are sick of going to class as a beginner and learning one advanced technique for a few minutes, trying it out one or two times and then rolling for an hour at 100% and tapping every 5 seconds, then this is for you. Crazy monkey somehow manages to balance technique with sparring in a way that you, as a beginner will actually learn, you won't have a bunch of meatheads trying to rip your arms off every second (which I have experienced far too often), but a relaxed atmosphere and small classes where you receive quality instruction and techniques and a proper foundation to work off melded perfectly with free sparring where no one gets injured and you learn at accelerated rate. Just typing that made me sound like I'm being paid by a Mcdojo.. This isn't. BJJ is the most amazing martial art of all time, and this is the best school I have come across by far!
I have been to Sam many times, including during my pregnancy, and have always been treated with such care and attention, I will never see anyone else when needing physio. Everyone at the practice is so warm and friendly and they really do go out of their way to help, sometimes even coming in early or on weekends if you are in a bind. I cannot recommend them highly enough