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The Powerhouse

3140 Ash Street, Vancouver

C$49 for a One-Month Martial-Arts School Pass with Unlimited Classes and a T-Shirt at The Powerhouse (C$169 Value)

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Promo Code SAVE. Ends 9/17.


Gain strength and agility and build character in these self-defense karate classes taught by a 5th degree black belt Master

About This Deal

Martial arts encompass many forms of hand-to-hand combat, from jujitsu to punching walls in your sleep. Focus your fury with this voucher.

The Deal

  • C$49 for a one month martial-arts school pass with unlimited martial arts classes and a t-shirt (a C$169 value)

This deal is valid for both children and adults. Class choices include martial arts fitness and karate/kickboxing fitness. Check the schedule for class times.

Fine Print

Promotional value expires 180 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Appointment required. Limit 3 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About The Powerhouse

After witnessing violence in his home country of Iran, Master Ramin Emami, the head coach at The Powerhouse, moved to Japan, where he became a black belt in karate, then to Canada, where he worked his way up to 5th degree black belt. Now, he runs The Powerhouse, where he passes along his knowledge of self-defense and karate to children and adults alike.

Teachers focus their instruction on building confidence, focus, and determination, all of which are skills that can translate to success off the mat. Each coach goes through in-depth training to ensure they have the techniques and knowledge necessary to bring out the best in their students. Students learn discipline and respect as they burn calories and gain strength and agility in class. The center also offers after school programs, family programs, and a belt system for students who haven't grown into their new karate pants yet.