Yamashita Karate Studios is a traditional Okinawan karate studio that welcomes students of all ages and ability levels to learn karate under its experienced instructors. At the family style dojo, the instructors bring more than 30 years of experience and focus on respect, self-discipline, and enhanced confidence, allowing students to develop physically, mentally, and emotionally. The studio offers a variety of martial-arts and fitness classes, from karate for kids and adults to weapons training and sparring.
Brazilian jujitsu could be considered the black sheep of the martial-arts family. Instead of relying on raw force and strength like many disciplines, Brazilian jujitsu uses leverage and precise movements to defeat opponents with its precise self-defense system. That?s why students at Gracie Barra?s 400+ locations worldwide come in all shapes and sizes. In fact, Brazilian jujitsu often inspires entire families?mom, dad, kids, and security blankets with faces drawn on them?to get in shape and learn the art of self-defense.
Temescal Valley CrossFit's programs are designed to get participants in shape in a fast and dynamic way. CrossFit sessions center around an ever-changing workout of the day; the variety of the workouts keeps participants engaged, and works different muscle groups during each visit.
Gracie Barra Laguna offers world-class Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) instruction for individuals & families. The art of BJJ has evolved to become a key element in achieving physical fitness, character development, self-defense & a well-balanced lifestyle.
Meaning “contact combat” in Hebrew, krav maga is the official self-defense system for the various branches of Israeli military. The martial art focuses on instinctive movements rather than ritual, and it aims to impart a sense of awareness and confidence on students. Since its creation in the 1940s, the popularity of the physically demanding practice has spread, like a viscous goo, all over the world. Twenty years ago, the chief instructor of Krav Maga Worldwide requested that Mitch Markowitz and Mike Leifer start a program in California. They soon established Krav Maga of Orange County. In Irvine, their seven black-belt level instructors have taught scores of students through the five krav levels. They have also adapted the program for youth and boot-camp-style workouts.