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Nicole W.
Report | 7 months ago
Very easy, no obligation
ted c.
Report | 8 months ago
aik has a great begining level program for people of all ages. they have a kids pizza party that is free for none members&is a great way to find out if your child would enjoy learning martial arts!
Cindy T.
Report | 9 months ago
GREAT Groupon!! Unlimited karate classes for two months. First class was a private lesson. Included uniform! My boys loved it! Can't wait to go back! Instructor is very good with children.
Laura M.
Report | 9 months ago
People all very friendly and kids loved it!
Harmony W.
Report | 10 months ago
Very nice. Family owned
Report | 11 months ago
be prepared to have fun with kenpo
Aaron A.
Report | 11 months ago
Friendly and accommodating. I took my 6 year old girl there and she was pleased
Gabriel M.
Report | a year ago
Listen to technique when taking classes because it will reduce risk for injury
Nate C.
Report | 2 years ago
A friend of mine recommended them to me.
Jenifer F.
Report | 2 years ago
I was impressed with them from the minute we walked in the door. The owner was very thorough on all the materials and willing to work with me and my kids on any issues we may have. my son learned something on his first and he has been enjoying his classes since
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The rich history of kenpo karate stretches as far back as the second century AD, when the number two was invented and renowned surgeon Hua T?o devised defensive exercises based on animal poses. The Asian sport continued to evolve over the intervening years, and in the 20th century, Ed Parker imported kenpo to the states and became not only the senior grandmaster of American kenpo, but also the ?father of American Kenpo.? Today, Ed Parker Jr. carries on his father?s legacy as a member of the Master Council that presides over American Institute of Kenpo, along with other kenpo greats such as ninth-degree black belt Sigung Stephen LaBounty. The team of experts offers a guiding presence at the institute?Ed drops in for yearly camps and senior black-belt testing?and ensures the internationally certified instructors teach kenpo karate with the utmost attention to the principles of the sport.

Though kenpo is derived from ancient techniques, it encompasses contemporary self-defense and fitness methods. In the first lesson, students power through all the basics?the five ranges of combat and how to move swiftly?and form a sturdy foundation for increased strength, coordination, and flexibility. The center offers a wide range of programs for all ages and ability levels so that new pupils can master kenpo quickly and ascend through the belt-oriented ranks toward black.

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