Sup dogs. I have been practicing Shutokan Karate (shotokan's sister martial art) for several years. (I also have about 6 years of wrestling and 2 years of boxing, and 1 year kyokushin experience) I consider my stand up game to be very strong, however, I realize I wont stop learning until I'm dead so I'd like to start training in Mui Thai. I currently go to school in DC and am looking for a good school that teaches Mui Thai (and passes the Sherdog standard of quality) So far I have found: Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) - CrossFit - Yoga - Self-Defense - Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) - Muay Thai - Kids Martial Arts | Northern Virginia - Washington DC - Maryland However, I cant decide if it is a Mcdojo or considering they appear to be doing well financially and (at least from my experience) the best dojos are the ones that do not make loads of money. However, the place listed above does offer some pretty interesting deals which would allow me to train in both Mui Thai and Jui Jitsu for one monthly rate (not to mention they have a crossfit gym which would seriously simplify my 'now where the hell am i going to find an erg sitting next to a track with a 15 foot rope next to it?' moments) Finally the place is backed by Gracie so how bad could it really be? Tl;Dr version: where in DC should I go to learn Mui Thai? (being able to learn Jui Jitsu is a huge plus if its available) and what do you think of Capitol Jui Jitsu if you have any experience there? Thanks in advance Headkickers!