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What You'll Get
For $125, today's side deal gets you a basic children's birthday party at Seattle Tae Kwon Do for up to 15 children (a $250 value).
- Enjoy a fun, organized karate-themed birthday party with a trained instructor *For an hour and a half, kids will learn basic tae kwon do while enjoying martial-arts-themed games and drills like black belt says, ninja balloon breaking, tiger tag, and more
- Parties are all-inclusive (except cake) with paper goods, juice boxes, pizza, a piñata stuffed with 5 lbs. of candy, a board to break, and more provided
- Guests will receive party favors and a gift card for lessons, plus uniform
While there aren't many reviews for Seattle Tae Kwon Do's birthday party experiences, CityVoters give Seattle Tae Kwon Do's martial arts school and instruction an average of 5 stars, while Judy's Book reviewers give a 4.9-star average.
- they are very good with kids and great at explaining to the parents what is going on and what is expected of the child. very friendly and answers all questions without rushing – Emily C., CityVoter
- have been taking my kids to Seattle Tae Kwon Do for about a year. The instructors are first class, the school is clean and alwasy [sic] professional. – brad h., Judy's Book
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 7, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Reservation required; subject to availability. Must be 4 or older. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Seattle Tae Kwon Do
Grand Master Brandon Richards, PhD is an 8th-degree Black Belt awarded the 2013 Grandmaster of the Year by the United States Martial Arts Hall of Fame. At Seattle Tae Kwon Do, he joins a team of veteran instructors with world championship and Olympic team trial medals under their multi-degree black belts. So it’s no wonder that the school was voted Best Martial Arts by King5 Best of Western Washington in 2013. Whether in advanced adult classes or Tiger Cubs sessions for toddlers, the instructors strive to instill a black-belt mindset in every lesson they teach, stressing perseverance, focus, and discipline. Beyond tae kwon do, classes in Thai kickboxing whip bodies into shape with practical self-defense techniques, from blocking punches to bear-hugging schoolyard bullies.