Martial artists wear colorful belts to indicate their mastery of fighting techniques and their long-standing blood feud with suspenders. Self-defend in style with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $10 for an on-location introductory self-defense program (a $24 value)
Three classes introduce students to the basics of self-defense, including some practical moves and how to fight at various distances. Instructors travel to meet students wherever they'd like to train.
- $49 for eight on-location martial-arts classes (a $150 value)
Train like a fighter in fitness classes, or master self-defense in boxing, kickboxing, MMA, or traditional martial-art courses. Instructors travel to meet students wherever they'd like to train.
- $99 for kids' karate birthday party (a $199 value)
Black-belt instructors teach kids some martial-arts moves as birthday-party fun. Then, they serve pizza and drinks for the whole party, introduce a few more games, and then let the birthday child slice up their cake with a samurai sword.
Epic Freestyle Karate Centers
Master Brown has earned fifth-degree black belts, plowed his fist through flaming bricks, and patrolled the streets as a police officer with a canine sidekick. He knows that self-defense and combat can take on many forms, and he teaches students to handle all of them at Epic Freestyle Karate Centers. There, he gives kids the psychological and verbal tools to stand up to bullies, teaches adults to counter real-world attacks, and equips fighters to grapple in the ring. Recently, he expanded his school to include the back yards of anyone eager to learn, traveling with his black-belted instructors to students' homes for private or small-group lessons.