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What You'll Get
Martial arts hone self-defense skills while getting hearts beating, which is why an army of black belts is the government's first line of defense against an uprising of sentient defibrillators. Guard against every contingency with this Groupon.
$98 for Two Months of Kids' Martial-Arts Classes with Uniform and Belt for Ages 4–12 ($249 Value)
Choose from seven locations:
- Castro Valley
- San Ramon
- Walnut Creek
During the children's martial-arts program (a $149 value for the first month and uniform; a $100 value for the second month) youths hone muscles and build their self-confidence in two classes per week. Designed for beginner-level students, the program includes a white belt as well as the opportunity to advance one belt further if students meet the attendance and basic-skills requirements. Classes are structured by age and generally scheduled on weekday afternoons and evenings and weekend mornings.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 2, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for location purchased. Must activate classes by 10/1/12, classes expire two months from activation date. Must be ages 4-12. Must sign waiver. Classes must be redeemed by the same person. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Karate for Kids Inc.
For more than 30 years, the senseis behind Karate for Kids inc. have filled the minds and fists of students as young as 4 years old through adulthood with the focus, discipline, and confidence that comes from studying self-defense. The instructors lead five martial-arts forms—tae kwon do, eskrima, jujitsu, krav maga, and CDT training, which stands for compliance, direction, and takedown—helping patrons strengthen their bodies and minds. This multidimensional program trains students in defensive tactics such as strikes, grappling, throws, rolls, and using fighting sticks to protect innocent civilians from rogue baseball-pitching machines.