After a UFC fighting career that included travels to Japan, Brazil, and Vegas (for a middleweight title bout), David Terrell decided to come home. A graduate of Piner High School, Terrell found and refurbished an old warehouse and created Norcal Fighting Alliance. The 4,000- square-foot fight school features a bustling crop of amateur and professional fighters who train alongside everyday students and first-timers. Terrell even offers classes for kids, particularly those who have been taking too much lip from their teddy bears. Instructors lead morning and evening sessions in jujitsu, advanced grappling, and boxing, along with noncombat women?s cardio-kickboxing sessions.
Owner, founder, and head coach Ben Brown leads the team at PHAS3 Martial Arts, a martial-arts studio that focuses on authentic muay thai kickboxing. They welcome students to train for fitness, competition, or fun, and offer a variety of classes to help athletes meet their goals. Instructors lead essential kickboxing classes, as well as sessions devoted to grappling and sparring. They also hold classes focused on fitness, including boot camp and Quick-Fit—a fitness class rooted in kickboxing that also incorporates cardio and core work.
Parkpoint Health Club has been a part of the Sonoma County landscape since 1983, when Bill and Lindy Buchanan opened their first health club in Santa Rosa. Over the last three decades, the club has earned its reputation with three locations, a diverse lineup of fitness equipment, a friendly and professional staff of trainers, and supplementary amenities such as massage therapy, facials, and nutritional counseling. Adults can get their sweat on in Pilates, yoga, cycling, and Zumba classes, and kids can enjoy after-school play in childcare while their parents work out.
Founding their quest for fitness in the martial arts, Team Mix Fit teaches kickboxing and taekwondo, supplementing the combat training with classic conditioning classes. They use circuit training to combine weight lifting and resistance exercise with cardio to encourage muscles to burn large amounts of calories while pushing for greater strength. Yoga classes add a dose of much-needed flexibility training to the regimen, which helps martial artists kick higher, squat lower, and punch themselves sin the toes more easily.
We offer the highest quality in kickboxing, Jujitsu, Fitness, and Self Defense.
North Bay Martial Arts students range from age 4 to 74.
Our students include people looking to get fit, as well as those seeking the intensive challenge of "getting in the ring".
ATA Martial Arts is a nationally recognized organization offering instruction in Taekwondo and other martial arts instruction for students of all ages. Our Santa Rosa ATA Martial Arts school helps sharpen focus while teaching effective self-defense, developing confidence and building self-esteem.