Deals in West Warwick


One or Two Months of Traditional Okinawan Karate Classes at ShoDan Karate (Up to 85% Off)

ShoDan Karate

ShoDan Karate

Senseis teach traditional Okinawan martial arts while keeping class sizes small for plenty of one-on-one instruction

$120 $22

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5 or 10 Cardio Kickboxing Classes or One Month of Martial Arts Classes at World Martial Arts (Up to 69% Off)

World Martial Arts

Multiple Locations

Cardio kickboxing sessions help exercisers get in shape while learning basic self-defense techniques; taekwondo and karate classes available

$80 $26

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Introductory CrossFit Package or One Month of Unlimited Classes for Two at CrossFit Banana (Up to 70% Off)

CrossFit Banana

West Warwick

Beginners ease into CrossFit with intro packages that include On Ramp classes where they learn the moves before tackling regular classes

$180 $59

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Three Laser Tattoo-Removal Treatments at Coastal Medical of East Greenwich (Up to 68% Off). Three Options Available.

Coastal Medical of East Greenwich

East Greenwich

Inside a physician-supervised office, a licensed technician reduces the appearance of unwanted ink with a QX Max laser

$450 $159

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Initial Examination and One or Three Acupuncture Sessions at Golden Road Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine (Up to 58% Off)

Golden Road Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine

East Greenwich

Licensed acupuncturist inserts thin sterilized needles into the body's energy meridians to stimulate the immune system and promote wellness

$95 $45

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Unlimited Classes or a Birthday Party at Mastery Martial Arts (Up to 82% Off). Five Options Available.

Mastery Martial Arts

Multiple Locations

Students learn not just techniques for self-defense, but also core lessons about respect, discipline, and the power of a positive attitude

$165 $39

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In 1990, Christina Rondeau fell in love. With martial arts, that is. After earning her black belt and competing in amateur karate and martial arts tournaments all over the United States and Europe, Rondeau decided to go pro. She travelled the globe as a member and coach on the USA WAKO kickboxing team, and went on to win the women's lightweight title. Rondeau continued to feed her athletic hunger with a switch to pro boxing and appeared in numerous print media and television shows, including The Maury Povich Show. Having achieved fame and glory, Rondeau took on a new fight: she wanted to help women and children defend themselves while gaining indomitable confidence. She has authored books, created instructional DVDs, and opened Rondeau?s Kickboxing. The 24/7 gym garnered Rhode Island Monthly?s readers? pick for Best Fitness Center in 2010, due in no small part to its empowering blend of fitness and martial-arts-based classes. Rondeau also promotes safety in her community by participating in events geared towards ending violence toward women and girls and teaching local schoolchildren how to defend themselves or pass a math quiz without using weapons. She also coordinated a box-a-thon to help line the shelves of a Rhode Island food bank.
1230 Main Street
West Warwick,
RI
US
A soundtrack of "relaxation music" fills the air with hymn-like vocals or a quiet instrumental hum, over which speakers layer the sound of trickling rain. Thanks to touches like these, the calming ambiance at Balancing Touch Massage starts to soothe away patrons' stress before massages even begin. But only when massage therapists take charge do muscles truly start to melt. The highly trained staffers attack tension and soreness with customized sessions that include Swedish and deep-tissue modalities. Additionally, they enhance pampering with organic facials and body scrubs.
308 Cowesett Ave
West Warwick,
RI
US
A full-service mane-management operation, Sheila Catherine Salon offers tress-trimmings to men, women, and kids. Bring in a load of frizzled and/or frazzled locks, and the staff of talented stylists will use high quality salon products to shampoo hair under sudsy, purifying waters. Then they'll take your vision for the perfect coif and transform it beyond expectations, trimming off dead ends and pruning noodle nests into lively, tasteful topiaries. In addition, you can opt for one of two hair treatments: a deep-conditioning procedure to repair dry, frizzy hair and split ends, or a clarifying treatment, guaranteed to evict freeloading hard minerals like iron, rust, copper and chlorine back to the drainpipes from whence they came. Warring split-end factions will be united once and for all under the salon's bright, cheerful auspices, ending tress turmoil and initiating a new era of lustrous, glossy head growth.
1605 Main St
West Warwick,
RI
US
Our master-bakers blend over 60 years of tradition into every hand-made tin & tray. The result? Old-fashioned taste that you only find in cookies baked from scratch. Celebrations, corporate gifts, care packages, old-world butter cookies are perfect for the occasion.
117 Washington Street
West Warwick,
RI
US
The Rhode Island Duckpin Bowlers Association strives to keep its namesake sport alive by hosting duckpin-bowling tournaments at six local alleys. The game cropped up in a Baltimore bowling alley in the summer of 1900, when most ten-pin alleys were closed for warm months to avoid excessive sweating in rental shoes. But at Diamond Alleys, athletes hurled balls through the heat but opted for 6-inch spheres and pins of a diminutive stature. After observing pins that scattered like a flock of ducks, the owners of the lanes dubbed the modified game duckpin bowling. Besides granting players three rolls per turn, duckpin bowling adhered to all traditional rules and grew in popularity until it peaked in 1967, the year inertia was exposed as a myth. Today, the Rhode Island Duckpin Bowlers Association keeps the pastime alive at spots including the Bowling Academy, a historical gem in its own right as the test site of the first automatic duckpin pinsetters.
890 Main Street
West Warwick,
RI
US
Farming is a family tradition for the Confredas, and has been since 1922. For nearly a century, they've tended a 400-acre plot of land in Cranston and Warwick, first cultivating vegetables, then expanding over the years to incorporate 160 varieties of annuals and 75 varieties of hanging baskets. In 1997, third-generation owner Vinny Confreda opened Confreda Greenhouses & Farms to the public, hoping to give New Englanders easy access to fresh, local produce and plants, and give them an opportunity to see what it's like to live and work on a real country farm. Besides selling heirloom vegetables and lush flowers, Confreda farms is also host to a wide range of fun activities and events throughout the year. An annual fall festival treats visitors to free hayrides, a pumpkin patch, and an all-ages corn maze, as well as spooky thrills after dark, when the farm becomes overrun with werewolves, zombies, and the most terrifying creatures of all: amateur actors.
2150 Scituate Ave
Hope,
RI
US
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