Professor Alessandra Moss
Professor Alessandra started training BJJ in Brazil, back in May 2011 as a hobby. She fell in love with the sport finding it a great combination and balance of fitness for the body, mind, and spirit.
The physicality of the sport attracted her to compete with only one month of experience on the mats, jumping head first, she participated in her first local competition. So far she has competed under CBJJ, IBJJF, UAEJJF Trials, UAEJJF, JJWL, NZG federation, 5 countries, 80 comps, 60 medals and 2-0 MMA fights.
In 2019 she was awarded her black belt under professor Clark Gracie at Clark Gracie Jiu Jitsu Academy where she has been fully devoted to teaching as the head coach of the kids and female program.
Helping people to transform their lives using Jiu-Jitsu as a tool to facilitate and overcome the challenges on and off the mats is her purpose, sharing her passion for the sport and for people it’s what drives her to hit the mats and continue improving her skills every day.