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We are OzOriginal because the essence of Sambo is a combination of best combat skills and techniques from many cultures

We have postponed classes till our coach comes back from overseas

Sambo Melbourne

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Styles we teach:

Sport Sambo FIAS (http://www.sambo-fias.org/en/)

Sport Sambo FIAS with chokes

Free Style Judo (see http://www.freestylejudo.org/)

BJJ

Fee structure:

Casual is $15.

Close family discount (eg. son and father, siblings). Casual for 2 or more people . No need in membership. It comes to $10 per person per class with condition for all participating. Eg. for 2 = $20, 3 = $30, but not when only one comes.
Discounts applied if you are a full member when the membership paid.
Membership $35 for first year, then $25 per annum.
$120 per calendar month to get all possible classes (almost half price).
Currently we run only 1 class a week, but planning to extend again soon to 2-3 classes a week.
You can pay cash or money transfer

Our Classes:

  • Sunday 3:30pm at 320 Carlisle Street, Balaclava, VIC 3183. Near Balaclava train station, entrance from Westbury str corner, upstairs
Check out our friends: Sambo Australia

What is Sambo

Sambo throw

Sambo (Russian: са́мбо; IPA: [ˈsambə]; САМооборона Без Оружия) is a Russian martial art and combat sport. The word "SAMBO" is an acronym for SAMooborona Bez Oruzhiya, which literally translates as "self-defense without weapons". Sambo's development began in the early 1920s by the Soviet Red Army to improve their hand to hand combat abilities, it is a merger of the most effective techniques of other martial arts. Sambo has roots in traditional folk styles of wrestling such as: Armenian Kokh, Georgian Chidaoba, Moldavian Trîntǎ, Tatar Köräş, Uzbek Kurash, Mongolian Khapsagay and Azerbaijani Gulesh and also original Japanese judo and international styles of wrestling.

Sambo is a product of a huge work of many Soviet Union people who collected and crystallized various martial arts, mostly from Soviet's Central Asia.

In 1938, it was recognized as an official sport by the USSR All-Union Sports Committee.

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0 #22 Samboroos 2015-02-09 12:00
Quoting James:
Hi.I am interested in attending a trial lesson in Sambo and would like to know how many classes you hold per week? Are there cheaper options for students? Also would you also be able to explain the fee structure. Specifically assuming I continue, would it be cheaper to follow the casual fee structure if I can only commit to sambo once a week?

many thanks,

James

Currently we run only Sundays 3:30pm classes casual fee only $15 per class. Class is usually double class for about 2 hours consist of standing and ground work classes.
Hopefully this year we will get back to several classes per week and introduce discount price structure.
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0 #21 James 2015-02-09 11:36
Hi.I am interested in attending a trial lesson in Sambo and would like to know how many classes you hold per week? Are there cheaper options for students? Also would you also be able to explain the fee structure. Specifically assuming I continue, would it be cheaper to follow the casual fee structure if I can only commit to sambo once a week?

many thanks,

James
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0 #20 Alex 2013-11-24 08:26
Hi. Do u have Russian speaking coaches? Can I come today or mayby u have a contact number to organize everything by phone?
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+2 #19 Samboroos 2013-09-17 14:19
Quoting Slava:
Hi I'm interested in trying a Sambo. Can I come for a trial lesson either today or this Friday?

Come over tonight. We have Fridays off for next couple of weeks due to one of our coaches is overseas.
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0 #18 Slava 2013-09-17 13:01
Hi I'm interested in trying a Sambo. Can I come for a trial lesson either today or this Friday?
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0 #17 Samboroos 2013-05-16 16:53
Quoting Brad:
Hi, I'm interested in taking up a trial lesson. Do we need to book beforehand?

Just come over - first trial class is free. And bring your friends!
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0 #16 Brad 2013-05-16 16:26
Hi, I'm interested in taking up a trial lesson. Do we need to book beforehand?
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0 #15 Samboroos 2013-05-16 16:17
Quoting Nas:
Hey, Sambo looks very interesting. Very keen to learn but no background in any martial art. Am I welcome to come on a Sunday to have a look with a view to training?

Yes, sure, you are very welcome, you can do first class for free to see what it is and bring your friends over!
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+1 #14 Nas 2013-05-16 16:12
Hey, Sambo looks very interesting. Very keen to learn but no background in any martial art. Am I welcome to come on a Sunday to have a look with a view to training?
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0 #13 Samboroos 2013-03-05 21:07
Quoting Peter:
Hi guys, is Saturdays class on this week? What time?

Cheers

Peter

No, not this week. Planned to start Saturday classes from 30th of March. It will be ground work mostly like Fridays.
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