Team Quest Thailand’s BJJ program is led by 3rd degree Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Black Belt Professor Bruno Carvalho. Our classes are available for all skill sets with a focus on novice to intermediate. Advanced grapplers will have an opportunity to train with our pro team.
Our classes are perfect for students looking to learn new techniques and expand their repertoire. New students will gain an understanding of general ground fighting while learning Brazilian Jiu Jitsu submissions. A typical class will consist of a thorough warm up, specific BJJ techniques, technique sparring, and a light cool down.
In a quest to provide the highest level of BJJ training for students, we have affiliated with Team Carvalho Jiu Jitsu. Team Carvalho Jiu Jitsu is one of the most respected Brazilian Jiu Jitsu families in Brazil. Decades of evolution has helped fine tune BJJ’s most effective self defense style.
Students can take advantage of our full schedule that offers Brazilian Jiu Jitsu in a Gi and Submission grappling with no Gi. Classes are focused on our student’s progression, our training staff works hard to make sure that students are getting 100% out of their time at Team Quest Thailand.
Professor Bruno Carvalho is a 3rd degree Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Black Belt that was raised in Brazil. He was born into a martial arts family. His grandpa was a BJJ and Judo Master and passed these skills down. Bruno’s mom and 4 uncles are all BJJ Black Belts and Judo Black Belts.
From the earliest age, Bruno can remember his family competing in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and Judo at the highest levels in Brazil. So naturally he began to train at a young age having his first Judo competition at age 3 years old. Since then he has went on to compete in BJJ, Judo, Wrestling, Thaiboxing and MMA.
In 2006 he received an invitation to live and teach BJJ in Stockholm, Sweden, an offer he couldn’t refuse. After Bruno visited TQT in 2014 we knew that we couldn’t pass up the opportunity to affiliate with Team Carvalho Brazilian Jiu JItsu. So in 2015 Bruno made the move to Chiang Mai, Thailand where he is currently teaching Team Carvalho Brazlian Jiu Jitsu, Grappling, and MMA. He is a vet of 100’s of BJJ tournaments and 25 professional MMA fights.
His plan is to continue to teach high level BJJ and MMA at TQT while also still staying active as a fighter on the Asian fight scene. Don’t miss this opportunity to train with one of the highest level BJJ Black Belts in the world.
Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Accomplishments
– Three times champion of Bahia and Bahia student champion;
– Three times champion of Edson Carvalho Cup;
– Twice champion of Jairo Moura Cup / Aracaju-SE;
– Three times champion of Norte/ Nordeste Cup (2004, 2006, 2007);
– Champion of Sul Bahia Cup / Ilhéus-BA;
– Champion of Sudoeste Bahia Cup / Barreiras-BA;
– Champion of Vereadora Dau Cup / Lauro de Freitas-BA;
– Champion of Neto Ferreira Cup / Serrinha-BA;
– Champion of Shiozawa Cup;
– Champion of Copa Queop’s;
– Twice universitary champion;
– 5º place on the World Cup of Jiu-Jitsu 2003 / Niterói-RJ;
– Champion of Bahia 2004 (3 stages);
– Best Athlete of the year of 2004 – Elect by ABCD;
– Champion of Bahia 2005 (4 stages);
– Champion of Kaisho Cup (Sweden – 2006 /2007);
– Champion of Bahia (3rd stage – 2006);
– Champion of São Paulo (3rd stage – 2006);
– 2nd on European Championship (Portugal – 2007);
– Champion Croatian open grappling 2007.
– Four times champion of Bahia
– Twice student champion of Bahia
– Twice champion of the Cirão’s Trophy
– Champion of Kazuoyoshida’s Trophy
– Champion of Tiradentes Cup
– Champion of I Bahia Judô Cup
– Twice champion of Yamashita’s Trophy
– Champion (weight categorie) and second place (open class categorie) of Sid Cup (Sweden)
Submission Grappling Accomplishments
– Champion of the VIII Edson Carvalho Coup – Submission Fight
– Champion of the I Rock’n Rio Submission Fight
– Twice Champion of Super Lutas Tourney
– Champion of I ABDO Fight / Jequié-BA
– Champion of the Jiu-jitsu x Submission X Wrestler Challenge / Salvador – BA
– Champion of Fighter Extreme V (Sweden – 2006);
– Champion of Gameness Championship (Sweden – 2006, 2007);
– Champion of Danish Open (Denmark – 2006)
– Champion of Super Challenge Invitational ( Sweden – 2007)
15-10 Professional record
Cage Warriors Vet
In the city of Chiang Mai Muay Thai is very prevalent. We understand that in order to stay at the top, you need to continue to evolve. This is why we felt Chiang Mai was the perfect place to open our new facility and add a focused Muay Thai program. Team Quest Thailand has managed to recruit the highest level of Chiang Mai Muay Thai fighters and trainer’s in the world.
We selected the most appropriate trainers to make sure that we could accommodate each and every student regardless of experience, size, or skill level. Our trainers have put Chiang Mai Muay Thai on the map.
Typical Chiang Mai Muay Thai training session:
Team Quest Thailand starts training sessions off with a nice light jog or jump roping, depending on preference. Despite some people’s thoughts, the warm up (although helps cardiovascular endurance) is not meant exclusively for cardio, the warm up helps to excite the body’s nervous system. The nervous system helps to send signals to your body’s joints and muscles. This helps to control your body’s movements in a more effective way.
After the warm up, students will wrap their hands, stretch, and shadow box.
Students will then get with a trainer and work one-on-one with the trainer of their choice. If a trainer is not available because he is working with another student, students will practice previously learned techniques on the bag. As soon as the trainer is free, he will be working with the next available student for their individual needs.
Chiang Mai Muay Thai Pad Work
After pad and bag work comes the fun part. Students are encouraged to participate in an optional sparring and clinching session. Before sparring and clinching begins, trainers will teach students practical techniques that will be the focus of the training session. After the students drill the techniques students can put the techniques to practical use and use them to spar and clinch. Not feeling ready to spar or clinch yet? Don’t worry we understand that this is very intimidating for new students. If you are not ready to spar or clinch than you can join one of our Muay thai trainers for some more focused Muay Thai technique.
Chiang Mai Muay Thai Full Session
After sparring and clinching, Team Quest Thailand trainers will run the students through a cool down period. The cool down is a great way to help prevent injuries and let your body adjust back to it’s normal environment.
Sparring and Clinching is optional for students but highly encouraged.