Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Coach (Black Belt 1st Degree)
Lee started his Brazilian Jiu Jitsu training in 2005, after extensively training in many other forms of martial arts such as Karate, Wing Chun Kung Fu, Kick Boxing and Muay Thai.
Lee was awarded his Black Belt after 8 years of training and has competed and won nearly all major events with in Australia.
Lee has also travelled overseas to train with the worlds best competitors and is always looking at ways to improve his techniques and find new innovative ways to defeat opponents. Which can then be passed on to our students.
‘Competition to me is pure, you can’t fake your skill or talk it up. It is what it is. It also teaches you how to handle pressure and how to deal with defeat and success, it will make you stronger’. Lee Ting
Lee has a dynamic teaching style bringing serious training with a bit of play and laughter. Lee is always trying to bring out the best in his students, both mentally and physically. This also transcends through other facets of their lives also.
‘Jiu Jitsu can only change people for the better, Jiu Jitsu changes peoples lives’. ~ Lee Ting
2015 PAN Pacific Championships – 1st Place
2015 BOA Super 8 Invitational – 3rd Place
2015 BOA Super Fight Winner – 1st Place
2014 PAN Pacific Championships – 2nd Place
2014 BOA Super 8 Competitor
2013 Pan Pacific Champion
2013 Machado National Champion
Lee & Dave both teach the BJJ classes at Immersion meaning there’s 2 black belt coaches on the mat every night!
Mitsuyo Maeda > Carlos Gracie Sr. > Carlos Gracie Junior > Rigan & Jean Jacques Machado > John Will > David Hart & Cam Rowe > Lee Ting