For hundreds of years, samurai warded off invading dynasties, defended villages, instilled order, and dominated Wild West gunfights. Learn the ancient art of karate with today's Groupon: for $25, you get one month of unlimited classes (an $80 value) and two one-hour private lessons (a $50 value) from Kalamazoo Bushido Academy (a $130 total value).
Sensei Nick Intgroen, a third-degree black belt and recipient of nine international gold medals, pours the passion he’s had for martial arts since age 3 into shepherding students through classes designed to instill discipline, boost confidence, decrease stress, and lower weight. Learn an effective way to defend yourself against random attackers and projectile fruit through traditional Shotokan karate, a form of focused limb flailery introduced to Japan by the modern father of karate, Gichin Funakoshi. Sensei Intgroen guides students through the way of Shotokan Sunday–Thursday, and aims to calibrate out-of-sync cardiovascular chronometers in cardio and conditioning classes Monday–Wednesday. During two private lessons, you’ll get individualized attention as you master the precision and focus of martial artistry, giving you the dexterity to move gracefully and swiftly catch flies from a sensei’s hand using a lasso fashioned from dental floss. Students who choose to continue after the month offered by this Groupon will need to purchase a gi for an additional $40.
2001 W Main St.
Kalamazoo, Michigan 49006