Sports in Cary


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  • The Bannard Center
    Lead by Dr. Daniel Bannard D.C., a "Fellow" of the International Academy of Medical Acupuncture with over 30 years of experience to his name, the team at The Bannard Center uses a range of treatments to promote full-body wellness. With help from licensed acupuncturist and massage therapist Sebastion Lee L. AC., the team specializes in holistic chiropractic work, augmenting unique, energy-balancing herbal formulas with sauna sessions and acupuncture treatments. During massage work, a certified specialist rubs clients' muscles to release pent-up stress and loosen the gnarled knots of shoulder anxiety and misplanted back saplings. All visits take place in a professional office space, recently renovated with hardwood floors and warm colors.
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    915 Kildaire Farm Rd, Ste 4
    Cary, NC US
  • Lee Brothers (K. S. Lee's Best Martial Arts)
    More than 30 years ago, most North Carolinians had likely never heard of the nonviolent Korean martial art of tae kwon do, which combines physical conditioning with mental discipline to produce both healthy bodies and minds. But then the Lee family changed that. The six brothers?Grand Master H.K. Lee, Grand Master K.S. Lee, Grand Master Jun Lee, Grand Master Byung Lee, Grand Master Sang Ho Lee, and Master Jung Ho Lee?came from Korea to America to train students in the martial art. Originally, many students sought out the brothers to learn self-defense techniques, but today, people come for other reasons too, including getting in shape and getting high-fives. Whatever their motivation is, all students develop self-confidence, respect, discipline, and self-control.
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    1877 Lake Pine Dr.
    Cary, NC US
  • The Triangle Junior Golf School Cary
    Kenrick Smith and his team of golf instructors are driven by one central goal in their eight-week lesson package: turn beginners into lifetime golfers. Kenrick?s academy, The Triangle Golf School, provides a curriculum that focuses on building a fundamentally sound swing and a teaching environment that is fun, constructive, and does not force students to forage for their own bounty of wild golf balls. Though primarily geared toward junior golfers, the school offers lessons and clinics to clubbers of all ages and abilities. The Triangle School?s indoor facility fosters year-round practice, allowing players to hone their swings without fearing rain or dust storms created by rebellious sand traps.
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    6408 Tryon Rd.
    Cary, NC US
  • Vision Martial Arts
    Although the art of taekwondo may have origins thousands of years into Korea's past, Master Michael Wegmann and his wife Julia inject a modern approach at Vision Martial Arts. Together, they teach effective techniques to kids, women, and men, imparting equally valuable lessons in self-defense, exercise, and mental discipline. They run their six academies with help from a team of trained instructors, who all focus on developing mentor-like relationships with their students through personal attention and powerful speeches delivered atop school desks. At select locations, they also teach a form of kickboxing similar to krav maga.
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    683 Cary Towne Boulevard
    Cary, NC US
  • Championship Martial Arts
    At Championship Martial Arts, trained instructors teach life skills and karate techniques to students age 4 and older using a curriculum designed to challenge and engage children, teens, and adults. Each class begins with a "mat chat" to introduce the upcoming lesson to its participants, followed by a fitness-style warm-up and drills such as target training and kicking combos, which vary on a class-by-class basis. The results, however, don't vary?over the long-term, students of all skill levels will see an improvement in their stamina and muscle tone.
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    8111 Tryon Woods Dr., Suite 201
    Cary, NC US
  • Carolina Copperheads Football & Cheerleading
    The Carolina Copperheads Football & Cheerleading league sponsors football, lacrosse, and cheerleading teams to get young boys and girls involved in outdoor team sports. Kids aged 13 and younger can take part in the teams, playing against their neighbors in friendly games designed to develop cooperation, confidence, and sports skills. In addition to contributing to the sports community, the league has also supported a variety of local nonprofits, including Wake County Public Schools, Jessica's Journey for kids with cancer, and food drives.
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    PO Box 3173
    Cary, NC US
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