• Lead Instructor Shellie Skala

    Lead instructor at the Fitchburg Center, Shellie started her training in the martial arts in August of 2011, and holds a black belt at WI-MAFC. She is a firm believer in the discipline and structure that martial arts provides and makes it a family activity that she shares with her son and daughter.  Outside of training, Shellie works for a family business, Health Pharmacies.  She attends Metro Believers Church and enjoys spending time with her family.

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    Open Monday and Wednesday.

    Monday: 5:30 to 7:00pm
    Wednesday: 5:30 to 7:00pm

  • Tournament registration form now available online!

    This week marks our last week for pre-registration of our Annual Tournament! Looking to fill out a registration form to bring in?  Click on the image of our registration form to download and print a copy! We look forward to seeing all of you out on the mat for a friendly, competitive day!

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    Branding Updates!

    WI-MAFC is proud to show off our brand new logo! For background: Our logo represents a balance among the three disciplines studied at WI-MAFC with Judo integrated as part of our Jiu Jitsu practice. The scorpion represents the adaptability of our system. The scorpion is beautiful because it is one of the only creatures on this planet that can survive on land, the desert, and water. The scorpion adapts to its environment.  At WI-MAFC we train in order to be adaptable and protect ourselves [...]

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    April Judo Seminar!

    All students are welcome to join us at our NORTH location on Saturday (4/20) from 11am to 1pm for our Judo seminar! This is open to all students of all ages and experience levels! Participating students, please come wearing your BJJ uniform and WHITE belt.  If you're an active member in Judo, come wearing your BJJ uniform and respective Judo color belt. We look forward to seeing you on the mat for this awesome opportunity!

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