I have just started BJJ at MMAA so, unlike other commenters, I cannot offer the long term perspective. But I have trained for 18 years in Shotokan Karate before (3rd degree black belt) and joined (and taught) in multiple schools during that time. Based on this experience I have a sense of what a good school should feel like: it’s attention to detail, enthusiasm from instructors and students alike, a sense of a close-knit community and willingness to share and help each other out. Miller’s Martial Arts excels on all of these metrics. 6 months ago, when I started, I had no intention of joining a martial arts school – I was just looking for a place where my daughter could work out after school. But the place has quickly won me over and I could not be happier with my choice.
– Cristian Diaconu