Grappling Education Sydney

Sydney’s most dedicated Martial arts gym located in the heart of Kogarah.


Welcome to Grappling Education

Grappling Education is Sydney’s Premier Martial Arts School that focuses exclusively on the Grappling Arts.
Led by Brazillian Jiu Jitsu & Judo Black Belt, Keller Locke-Sodhi, Grappling Education aims to provide a professional, welcoming training environment for everyone to learn, from those coming for their first class of jiujitsu to the seasoned jiujitsu competitor.

Our ideology is to provide a safe, professional space for people to learn martial arts taught by the most well-accomplished instructors Sydney has to offer.

Our jiujitsu classes cater for men and women, beginners through to advanced competitors, and the benefits are endless…​
Whether you are training for fitness, self-defence, sport, competition or just for fun – we have a  jiujitsu class for you!

Our Programs


We offer a BJJ program for everyone, no matter their background!


A hybrid of wrestling and BJJ without the Gi.


Fun and Supportive BJJ classes for kids aimed 4 – 12.


All levels welcomed! Wednesday and Friday mornings from 10am.

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Craig Jones

Keller always proved to be one of the most dangerous competitors in Australia. It was always a nightmare match up because of his well rounded skills, few had the takedown abilities he had from his judo background. He carried this success from the lower belts all the way up to black belt highlighted by his recent ADCC 2019 run. Keller is one of the best jiu jitsu coaches/competitors in Australia and likely the only one with world class judo skills too.

Matt Willis

Great instruction for both absolute beginners and experienced grapplers — I highly recommend giving it a try.

Pia Nemanic

I’m a beginner in martial arts and training at GE over the year has really helped me shape strong foundations in jiu jitsu and my stand up no-gi game.

Lachlan Giles

Keller has proven himself to be one of the best grapplers in Australia, winning the ADCC 2019 trials in Japan put him amongst just 5 Australians who qualified for the World Championship tournament.