Martial Arts in Bell Gardens

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Bellflower

$100 $50

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Old Lakewood City

$50 $19

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Expert instructors lead students of all levels through intense fitness classes that make use of mixed martial arts moves

Up to 72% Off Month of Classes at Kyokushin Karate

Palms

$145 $49

One month of unlimited karate classes for kids or adults

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Los Angeles

$80 $40

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Chatsworth

$149 $49

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Instructors lead martial arts and CrossFit classes Monday through Saturday

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West Los Angeles

$65 $29

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Mid-Wilshire

$75 $38

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Multiple Locations

$349 $39

Expert instructors teach essential martial arts skills, as well as discipline and confidence

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Marina Del Rey

$150 $19

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Two-time Israeli krav maga champion Roy Elghanayan teaches an intense form of self-defense developed by the Israeli military

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Los Angeles

$200 $39

Members at this mixed-martial arts gym get unlimited jiu jitsu, muay thai, or kids jiu jitsu classes plus access to amenities and equipment

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Palms

$98.33 $25

Kids' classes focus on balance, coordination, self-esteem, and discipline; adult classes add elements of fitness and self-defense

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Norwalk-La Mirada

$65 $32

Kids learn discipline while building coordination, focus, and healthy, active lifestyles in karate classes

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Rosemead

$110 $49

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Garvey

$180 $19

Shaolin Temple master leads classes in martial arts such as kung fu, wushu and tai chi

Up to 68% Off Medieval Martial Arts Classes

Multiple Locations

$168 $59

Students age 9–adult learn fencing with longswords, rapiers, daggers, and shields in medieval European style

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Signal Hill

$150 $25

Seasoned instructor imparts knowledge of capoeira, an Afro-Brazilian art form that blends dance, martial arts, and acrobatics

94% Off Martial-Arts Classes

Multiple Locations

$324 $20

Students don uniforms for classes in karate, tae kwon do, or krav maga

Up to 74% Off Krav Maga or Kickboxing at Frazier Martial Arts

La Habra City

$149 $39

Students develop bodyguard-grade self-defense skills in krav maga classes and get toning, full-body workouts in kickboxing classes

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Pasadena

$145 $80

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When Darren Levine received his first Krav Maga black belt in 1984, he wasn't the first man to have worn that particular piece of fabric. The belt originally belonged to the man presenting it to him: Imi Lichtenfeld, the creator of Krav Maga. Darren had had the good fortune of learning the self-defense technique from Imi himself, and eventually became one of Imi's most trusted practitioners, developing training programs for more than 5,000 law enforcement and military personnel throughout the U.S.

In 1998, just one year after his beloved mentor passed away, Darren founded Krav Maga Worldwide to meet growing demand from curious civilians. The hand-to-hand technique is focused on reacting to realistic attacks, and teachers use scenarios inspired by everything from military combat, to late-night walks alone, to heated matches of Whac-A-Mole. Darren and his team lead various programs tailored for law enforcement and military members, women, fitness buffs, and even children, and they also offer certification programs for those looking to become instructors.

11400 W Olympic Blvd
Los Angeles,
CA
US

Crystal Greene began her martial journey at the tender age of 4, studying the art of Seido karate developed by Tadashi Nakamura in 1976. After earning a third-degree black belt, she moved on to other forms of combat such as muay thai. Trips to tournaments in Australia, Japan, and New York helped hone her competitive edge before she settled down to earn her certification to teach kickboxing. Now, Crystal uses her skills and five instructors at Foxy & Fierce to kick women's workouts into high gear while simultaneously grounding them with a practical self-defense education.

Though classes make use of the kicks and punches that comprise each of Crystal's martial arts, they also incorporate elements of Pilates, yoga, and strength conditioning to tone the overall body. Crystal's studio emulates a traditional Japanese dojo, with pristine hardwood floors and a space carefully appointed to enhance concentration with village elders who stand in the corners and whisper "Concentrate."

7129 1/2 W Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles,
CA
US

Founded by Grand Master Jin Hwan Kim, we have been serving community for more than 10 years. We teach Korean traditional martial arts, Tae Kwon Do and Hap Ki Do. We do teach not only the skills, but also good attitudes towards other people. We have 2 schools in the U.S., and 2 in Korea.

5001 Wilshire Blvd
Los Angeles,
CA
US

19656 Vanowen St
Reseda,
CA
US

818 N Hill St
Los Angeles,
CA
US

Capoeira, a form of martial arts, has its roots in Brazil's slave trade: over almost 500 years of oppression, the slaves mingled with the natives, exchanged traditions, and developed capoeira, which treats fighting less like a pattern of techniques and more like a free-form game or conversation.

Participants create a circle known as a roda around two fighters. Observers outside the circle clap their hands and play instruments to one of four distinct rhythms while singing songs in Portuguese. Meanwhile, the duo in the center of the circle enacts a kind of physical dialogue by exchanging sweeping kicks, takedowns, and acrobatic moves. In addition to teaching self-defense, capoeira encourages courtesy and safety through a system of etiquette. Big on community and small on ego, it offers something for everyone and infuses participants with a sense of well-being and an appreciation of tradition.

It's this tradition that the three founders of Capoeira Brasil sought to preserve. Now founding member Mestre Boneco continues the quest to share capoeira's unique blend of music, culture, and martial arts. As the principal instructor at Capoeira Brasil in Los Angeles, Mestre shares the skills he has cultivated with his diverse and supportive training staff. In addition to teaching students, Capoeira Brasil also hosts workshops at universities, seminars, and festivals.

5557 W Washington Blvd
Los Angeles,
CA
US