Jeff Martin

Head Instructor

Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) veteran, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu black belt, and now MMA school owner—Jeff Martin.  Jeff has studied under many legendary UFC superstars and has amassed a record of 22 professional fights. Martin, who recently took silver in the gi and gold in the no-gi at 2020 Sport Jiu-Jitsu International Federation (SJJIF) and was once ranked #112 in the Bantamweight division worldwide. 

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Mel Sarcauga

Kickboxing & Muay Thai

Mel Sarcauga has been a martial artist his entire life. He first started training Kenpo Karate in his childhood, then moved on to train in Tae Kwon Do and Muay Thai. He applies his diverse background to his style and believes that a hybrid kickboxer is superior. Mel currently teaches basic kickboxing at DREAM and trains in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu with his teammates.

Fernando Guerrero


Fernando Guerrero has 32 professional boxing matches, 28 wins, and 20 wins by KO. Fernando became a silver medalist at the 2006 national Golden Gloves tournament and national middleweight champion.

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Carlos Oviedo


Carlos Oviedo has been a martial artist for over 13 years in Jiu-Jitsu, Muy Thai, and Kudo. He started his journey in 2006 at the Jean Jacques Machado Affiliate school. There he studied Jiu-Jitsu under one of Jean Jacques Machado’s black belts and mixed martial arts under the instruction of Karo ‘the heat’ Parisyan, a UFC veteran who was ranked in the top 10 at the time. He is now a brown belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, and from 2017 to the present, he has been training with Romulo Barral’s team in Northridge. He has competed as an amateur mixed martial artist and in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu with both Gi and no Gi. He has also been an instructor for over 6 years and specializes in working with kids as well as kids with developmental disabilities.

Ariel Zeigler

Corrective Exercise · Sports Rehab · Sports Nutrition

NASM CPT, NCCPT, NASM CES, Precision Nutrition Coach, ISSN

Ariel Zeigler was obese until early adulthood until decided to take control of my health—jumped into fad books, media, and textbooks searching for a way to lose weight. She lost 50lbs through fad diets and cardio. Then developed an eating disorder which she struggled with for the next two years. Two years later she admitted herself to a facility and then began recovery. After, she started working with a trainer. Now, she has her master’s in Kinesiology and credential as a National Academy of Sports Medicine Personal trainer. She has since worked with over 500 people. Ranging from those who are coming out of physical therapy, who have had strokes—to people competing in bodybuilding. Her current credentials are