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What You'll Get
Martial artists wear colorful belts to indicate their mastery of fighting techniques and their passionate disdain for suspenders. Achieve stylish self-defense strategies with today's Groupon: for $30, you get eight martial-arts classes and a uniform at Okamoto’s Karate (a $125 value). A thoughtful holiday gift idea, this Groupon is valid at the locations in Anchorage, Wasilla, and Eagle River. Today's deal includes a complimentary orientation.
Okamoto's Karate's dedicated karate and tae kwon do instructors transform pedestrians of all ages and experience levels into finely calibrated martial artists. Newcomers glean karate fundamentals and philosophy during a complimentary orientation before attacking the schedule's daily selections. Classes span 30–50 minutes and include self-defense discipline for ages ranging 3 to typewriter-user. In Tiny Tigers, preschoolers balance respect and discipline, and karate for teens reinforces parental values while encouraging youth to set personal goals. Women’s self-defense courses guide pupils to achieve pragmatic, feminine ferocity through full-body workouts. Students receive a versatile martial-arts uniform that they can keep for future training sessions or casual karate Fridays.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 24, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Must activate by 5/23/12, classes expire 1 month from activation. Must be 3 or older. New clients only. Classes are non-transferable. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Okamoto's Karate
Okamoto's Karate's dedicated karate and tae kwon do instructors transform pedestrians of all ages and experience levels into finely calibrated martial artists within fully mirrored training facilities replete with changing rooms. During a diverse lineup of classes, the highly trained staffers shepherd students aged 4 to typewriter-user through a dynamic training system that fuses Japanese karate with Korean tae kwon do, working to lay the foundation for active and confident lifestyles. In addition to hosting classes for average citizens and out-of-shape superheroes disguised as average citizens, the studio is also home to the world-championship team, Team Alaska, which has been featured on ESPN's worldwide telecast of the US Open & ISKA World Martial Arts Championships in 1999 and 2000.