Stewart Carroll earned his Black Belt under Renzo Gracie and John Danaher in 2011. Over the course of many years at the Renzo Gracie Academy in New York City, he has trained with and studied under some of the most notable martial arts authorities in the world.  He has been a full-time Jiu-Jitsu instructor and school owner for over thirteen years and is known for presenting complex material clearly and effectively. Inspired by his great teachers, Stewart Carroll seeks to promote the life-enriching practice of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.

A graduate of Poly Prep High School and Wesleyan University, Mr. Carroll also has a Master’s degree from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine.

Curious about Professor Stewart Carroll’s background & Jiu Jitsu philosophy? Check out this Interview. Photo @relmmedia




I’ve always experienced Jiu Jitsu as a self-learning and self-healing practice. The therapeutic effects of mindful movement while interacting with a training partner is something I have derived great benefit from. I came to the practice with a desire to learn and improve myself… but over time I became more interested in helping others receive these same therapeutic benefits. In my heart, I feel that Jiu Jitsu can help anyone who is willing.

Stewart Carroll

Your future self will thank you.