SBG Idaho has always provided the finest training opportunities for the growth of their students and all martial artists within the Treasure Valley. In this tradition, we are proud to bring out 4th degree Claudio Franca Black Belt, and current Marcelo Garcia Academy Coach, Paul Schreiner, for a seminar, Saturday, August 14th! Paul Schreiner started training jiu-jitsu in 1997 with Claudio Franca and Garth Taylor in Santa Cruz, CA earning his black belt in 2007. Training and competing extensively in Brazil deepened his passion and understanding of jiu jitsu and provided exposure to some of the best teachers and competitors in the art. Competitive highlights include multiple US Open Champion, 3rd place at the 2006 Mundial (the last world championship held in Brazil), 2nd place at the 2012 Masters World Championship, ADCC trials finalist, New York open champion as well as winning multiple regional tournaments. Paul Schreiner is known as a focused and technical Brazilian jiu-jitsu practioner who excels at communicating and transmitting the gentle art. His teaching experience is extraordinarily diverse and includes coaching professional jiu-jitsu and mixed martial arts athletes at the highest levels – to teaching hobbyists, kids and everyone in between. Paul has taught jiu-jitsu in corporate settings. sharing the value of jiu-jitsu in respect to a healthy lifestyle and using jiu-jitsu as a lens to provide unique insight into their respective practices. Paul’s teaching experience includes starting a Brazilian jiu jitsu program at Apple headquarters in Cupertino, Ca, coaching alongside Dave Camarillo at American Kickboxing Academy, co-founding Kaijin MMA in Santa Cruz, Ca – to the pinnacle of his Brazilian jiu-jitsu career – teaching daily alongside Marcelo Garcia in New York where together with Marcelo Garcia and Bernardo Faria he has helped develop one of the strongest competition teams in the world today. The seminar will last from 10am until noon with plenty of time for Q&A and rolling afterwards. Spaces are limited and we welcome students from all gyms and affiliations to attend this game-changing seminar!