at my gym i have 3 classes a week and i break it down this way:
SBG/MMA - the most varied one, what i'd like to update my website description of this class is Matt's explanation of the BJJ delivery system - using the square model. where the root skill is in the middle (BJJ) and every corner represents a different permutation of that skill: No-Gi/Self-Defense/MMA-Vale Tudo/Sport BJJ with the Gi.
Of those four, that class could end up encompassing any or all of the first three. thats were the Vale ?Tudo grappling would come in, as well as the headlock escapes, no gi for submission wrestling, anti GnP, takedowns, etc ...
Jits with the Gi is a whole separate class and i'm starting to work more stand up and Judo (which is something relatively new for me) in it along with the ground, its usually straight sport jits (especially if a tourneys coming up)
then i have a stand up/clinch class or what Suarez refers to at his gym as the "ShootBox Class" (a name i plan to steal!) where i'll teach CM, basic boxing, thai kicks and knees, Thai/Greco/MMA clinch, takedowns and defense. that class is loads of fun cuz it encorporates a good mix of padwork conditioning, boxing drills, isolation sparring, pummeling, and takedowns.
i really want to start doing the STAB and counter-knife stuff. i need to see the Red Zone stuff too. i could do that in Monday or Thursdays cuz i'll usually teach the 2on1 in those classes to begin with.
it isnt really too feasable (space and equipment wise) to do a stick program. besides, at the space i teach at there are a number of FMA and stickfighting groups. one in particular that seems to know what its doing anyway.