With instructors who hold second- and fifth-degree black belts, it?s safe to say the students are in good hands at Maximum Impact Karate. Senseis Tim Rosanelli and Ester Sabidussi help kids and adults alike kick and punch their way up the rainbow of belt colors, each of which signifies a new karate level and Care Bear trait. But the classes aren?t just limited to karate; students also burn calories with fitness kickboxing, yoga, and boot-camp challenges.
We are a large Martial Arts organization with several locations in PA. Chalfont, Abington, Elverson, Hatboro/Horsham, Harleysville and Mechanicsburg. Separate age groups for students starting at 3 Yrs old. We have no contracts, EVER!
This Groupon may be split between two individuals, and the café credit may be used over multiple visits. Horsham Athletic Club offers one week of free passes to new guests, which may be used in conjunction with today's Groupon in the week preceding Groupon activation.
Average class length: 60 minutes
Number of Staff: 1–5 people
Class location: Indoors only
Registration required: No
Good for beginners: Yes
Guests allowed: Yes
Parking: Free street parking
Pro Tip: Family owned and operated. Located on Easton Rd. 1 mile south of the Willow Grove Mall.
Platoon's two-hour self-defense training course was developed by Brazilian jiu-jitsu world champion Noah Spear as a means of training teenaged girls and women in easy and effective techniques to escape a physical attack. She leads the small classes, giving personalized instruction that allows participants to perfect street-smart self-defense moves in an intimate setting. Practice on a real-live man before heading out into the wild armed with the knowledge and the ability to dodge danger. Call ahead for availability.
Urban Defense Center founder Master Lawrence Whitaker developed his studio’s signature self-defense program to arm students with practical-minded moves that prepare them for dangerous street situations. Students learn to spar, take down an opponent, defend against weapons, and escape from the shadow of a suspicious-looking skyscraper. Students also train their gray matter, pre-empting potential legal repercussions for defending themselves by studying concepts such as reasonable grounds and probable cause. Alternatively, Tai-Fit sessions shuttle through a series of punches, knees, blocks, and kicks with the goal not of emulating a fight but of torching calories instead. Fighters can pursue either track with a personal trainer who pays closer attention to form and technique than a beauty contestant does during the Simon Says portion of the pageant.