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Reviewed March 7, 2013
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What You'll Get
Like practicing the piano while leg-pressing another piano, martial arts help develop strength and discipline simultaneously. Bolster body and mind with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $29 for 8 martial-arts or kickboxing classes for one (a $184 value)
- $55 for 16 martial-arts or kickboxing classes for one (a $333 value)
- $75 for one month of martial-arts or kickboxing classes for a family of up to four (up to a $440 value)
All three options provide students with martial arts uniforms. Click here to view the Waukesha location schedule; click here to view the Hartland location schedule. All highlighted classes are available to Groupon customers. Classes highlighted in green are valid for kids aged 4–6, classes highlighted in yellow are valid for all ages, and classes highlighted in orange are valid for adults only.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per household. Valid only for option purchased. New students only. Must activate by expiration date, 8-class option expires 60 days from activation date; 16-class option expires 90 days from activation date. Appointment required for first visit, which includes new student orientation. 24hr cancellation notice required. Classes must be used by the same person. Family package valid for up to 4 people. Must sign waiver and academy policies. Must be 4 or older; younger than 18 must be accompanied by guardian on first visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About American Dojo
Driven by a desire to share the life-changing potential of martial arts, Dean Konley founded American Dojo in 1994. But his journey to that point wasn’t easy. As a child, Konley struggled with dyslexia, a condition that followed him into adolescence. Weighed down by bullying and constant frustration, he resorted to destructive behavior. Then, Konley found martial arts. Practicing martial arts gave Konley an outlet, and it quickly became a source of the success, discipline, and self-confidence he’d lacked in other areas of life. Konley earned his first black belt in 1986 and hasn’t quit progressing since.
Today, alongside his wife, Virginia, and a staff of highly trained instructors, Konley heads two American Dojo locations. Both of Konley’s facilities are family-oriented, and both offer classes for students as young as 4. Beyond empowering its members through goal-oriented lessons and programs, American Dojo opens its doors for birthday parties, too, allowing youngsters to burn off energy in a more positive manner than teaching the dog how to count cards at the casino.