Robbie Singh

Head Instructor - Robbie Singh

Robbie Singh is the head instructor at Gracie Jiu-Jitsu Burwood with 16 years of experience practicing Gracie Jiu-Jitsu. Robbie currently has the honour of holding the rank of Black Belt under 3rd Degree Black Belt Professor David Krstic.

In January of 2016, Robbie completed the Instructor Certification Program under the Gracie Jiu-Jitsu® academy (headquarters).

In Addition to Jiu-Jitsu, Robbie has over 20 years of martial arts experience. Robbie started his martial arts lifestyle when he entered Sendai Karate over 20 years ago, where he currently holds the grade of Black belt – 4th Degree. Robbie was considered one of the head instructors & continues to teach with over fifteen years of teaching experience.

Robbie holds the reputation of being a highly technical martial artist with a keen eye for detail. You will not only learn the techniques when you train, you will learn all the mechanics that make the technique effective.

In addition to Robbie’s martial arts experience, he brings a unique skill set to his instructing style, as he has studied and practiced behavioral teaching techniques with a focus on supportive and positive learning. With the combination of a love of teaching and a life dedicated to the martial arts, Robbie aims to share with all his extensive knowledge in Gracie Jiu-Jitsu ® that his instructors, Professor David Krstic, Rener & Ryron Gracie and Pedro Sauer have taught him. Robbie Holds a Bachelor of Applied Science (Psychology), Graduate Diploma (Psychology) and a Graduate Diploma (Counselling Psychology) well as almost 10 years in the field of Applied Behaviour Analysis intervention focusing on the development of children’s social skills.

“Everyone has the right to learn how to defend themselves. My aim is not to make you the fastest or strongest athlete (although you will develop physically through training), my aim is to make you smarter more aware and give you the ability to physically, verbally, and mentally defend yourself in a range of situations.”