Martial arts encompass many forms of hand-to-hand combat, from jujitsu to punching walls in your sleep. Focus your fury with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $29 for 10 krav maga classes (a $250 value)
- $49 for 20 krav maga classes (a $500 value)
Krav maga black belt Shannon Marshall Castro teaches self-defense against modern weapons, including how to deal with assaults conducted with rifles, handguns, and knives. Students also learn how to spot signs of potential conflict and attack and how to disarm a situation without the use of violence. See the schedule for class times.
Lee Brothers Academy
Like the art of Tae Kwan Do, seventh-degree black belt Grand Master Sang Ho Lee hails from Korea. He's one of the six martial arts Grand Masters and Masters who teach at Lee Brothers Academy—and, as the studio's name suggests, the other five are Lees, too. After watching a bout of their kicks, jabs, and brick-breaking, you'll suspect that a feisty streak runs in the family.
That steak is well counterbalanced by a peaceful side, however. The Lees complement their Tae Kwon Do lessons with lessons in Hap Ki Do, a "soft" martial art in which the practitioner avoids force altogether. Instead, he or she defuses attacks as nonviolently as possible, using joint locks and pressure points to turn the attacker's strength against him. This method is ideal for small fighters taking on bigger opponents, or whale-wrestlers in training.