GracieOne is a premier Jiu-Jitsu Academy located in Dallas, Texas that follows the teachings of Grand Master Carlos Gracie Sr., created in the 1920s. GracieOne offers the highest level of instruction with a premium curriculum by our very own Master Crolin Gracie.


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The biggest lesson I've learned from Jiu-Jitsu was how to truly know myself.

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Grand Master Carlos Gracie's 12 Commandments

  1. Be so strong that nothing can disturb the peace of your mind.

  2. Talk to all people about happiness, health, and prosperity.

  3. Give to all your firends the feeling of being valued.

  4. Look at things by the enlightened point of view and update your optimism on reality.

  5. Think only about the best, work only for the best, and always expect the best.

  6. Be just as enthusiastic about others victories as you are with yours.

  7. Forget about past mistakes and focus your energy on the victories of tomorrow.

  8. Always make those around you happy and keep a smile to all people who talk to you.

  9. Apply the largest amount of your time on self-improvement and no time in criticizing others.

  10. Be big enough so you can feel unsatisfied, be noble enough so you can feel anger, be strong enough so you can feel fear, and be happy enough so you can feel frustrations.

  11. Hold a good opinion about yourself and communicate that to the world, but not though dissonant words but through good works.

  12. Believe strongly that the world is on your side, as long as you stay loyal to the best of yourself.

 

Team Crolin Gracie

GracieOne is also part of the Team Crolin Gracie.  Crolin Gracie is One of the true martial arts legends, a Jiu-Jitsu Coral belt from the famous Gracie family. He is the son of Gracie Jiu Jitsu founder Carlos Gracie Sr. Like most men in the Gracie family,  Crolin started training Jiu Jitsu as an infant. He had formal instructor from many of the Gracie Patriarchs, but the biggest influences were the legendary Rolls Gracie and his father Carlos Gracie who later awarded him with his black belt.