Pat AphaisuwanPat started Brazilian Jiu-jitsu in 1998. From the first day of training, he knew that it would be an important part of his life. He was born in Thailand and spent many years living in the US. He came back to Thailand permanently at the end of 2009 and has been teaching at BKKBJJ since early 2010. He has trained in various styles of martial arts and particularly enjoys the combative and self defense aspects of Brazilian Jiu-jitsu. He can teach in both Thai and English. Pat holds the rank of brown belt and now teaches morning classes at BKKBJJ.
Krzysztof Hajtalowicz (a.k.a. Chris Haja)Chris began grappling in 2006 in Opole, Poland at a small Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Club. Even though there was no head instructor the club encompassed true passion for grappling.
It wasn’t until two years later, after having moved to Dublin, Ireland, that Haja would receive official instruction under John Kavanagh (SGB Ireland). At the same time, Chris dedicated himself to improving his stand-up at Bridgestone Muay Thai.
Having made the move to Chiang Mai, Thailand in 2009, Chris began training under Gracie Humaita black-belt, Pedro Schmall at MMA Chiang Mai. Dedicating himself to training both gi and no-gi, Chris was able to integrate his previous training under close tutelage of an accomplished black-belt. He continued to live in Chiang Mai for the next two years studying and teaching gi and no-gi BJJ.