Gracie Barra Salisbury Jiujitsu school is set to open soon on the Ashfield Trading Estate off Wilton Road.

The school is being opened by three black belt professors- multiple-time British Champion and actor Antonio Bustorff, successful multiple school owner Callum Swift and British No gi Black Belt Champion 2023 Paulo “the Octopus” Marmund.

The jiujitsu school is opening on the first week of April and intends to be a space for children, adults and families to learn the art of Brazilian jiu-jitsu.

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Jiu-jitsu has seen huge growth and success in the UK over the past 10 years.

The focus is self-defence and anti-bullying whilst also breeding high-level competitors.

Antonio is also an actor and has recently starred in Guy Ritchie’s Operation Fortune, alongside Jason Statham, Hugh Grant and rapper Bugsy Malone. 

He also stars in Mission Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One, set to be released in July.

Callum, known as “Coach Cal,” is a two-time British Jiujitsu Open Championship finalist and head of Gracie Barra Jiujitsu school in Frome.

The studio is offering a free week-long trial for all potential new students.