GORDON HOVERSLAND, D.M.D.
Dr. Hoversland Family Dentistry is a long-time neighbor of Impact Jiu Jitsu Beaverton. His friendly and caring staff are currently welcoming new patients. Contact their office for your next appointment.
2019 Google Review: “Dr. Hoversland has been our dentist for more years than I like to remember. They all are personable and you will feel like family in no time. The doctor is one who thinks outside the box. He has saved teeth that another doctor might not have taken the time with. We will stay with him as long as we have teeth for him to save.”
Address: 4350 SW Cedar Hills Boulevard, Beaverton, OR 97005
AMERICARE DENTAL, P.C.
PHU THI BUI, D.D.S.
COSMETIC & FAMILY DENTSITRY
Americare Dental is a long-time neighbor of Impact Jiu Jitsu Beaverton. They are currently welcoming new patients. Please contact their office to learn more about the services they offer and to schedule an appointment.
Address: 4350 SW Cedar Hills Boulevard, Suite B & C, Beaverton, OR 97005
CHRIS HAUETER, COMBAT BASE, THE GARAGE
Original member of the “Dirty Dozen” (first 12 non-Brazilian recipients of the BJJ black belt), Chris has pursued martial arts since childhood. It was 1996 when he became one of only a handful of Americans at the time to hold the coveted black belt in this elegant and highly technical art. Chris is coach to many, and has awarded several Northwest-based Brazilian Jiu Jitsu practicioners with their black belts, including Impact Jiu Jitsu’s Michael Chapman (2004). Chris’s humility, mixed with his passion for the science of Jiu Jitsu makes him one of the best Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and submission grappling instructors in the world.
Website: Chris Haueter Facebook
CLARK GRACIE, SAN DIEGO JIU JITSU
At the Clark Gracie Jiu Jitsu Academy, located in San Diego, CA, city of La Jolla, you’ll find the authentic style passed down to Clark from his grandfather Carlos Gracie, the creator of Brazilian (Gracie) Jiu Jitsu.
HOME OF SUB LEAGUE AND OREGON OPEN JIU JITSU CHAMPIONSHIPS
Since 2005, these Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and submission grappling tournaments have been offering the Northwest’s increasing number of elite athletes the opportunity to compete locally in these great sports.