Martial Arts in Scarsdale


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  • East Coast United Westchester BJJ
    When JoJo Guarin isn’t taking down expert fighters twice his size in invitation-only professional grappling tournaments, he’s designing the curriculum at East Coast United BJJ & MMA. A swimmer before he was a fighter, Guarin advocates the use of cross-training as the primary method of getting his students in shape. This leaves him and his instructors time to focus purely on technique in Braziliain jujitsu, kickboxing, and mixed-martial-arts classes. The team sets up the schedule to provide specific times for beginners to practice, welcoming men, women, children, and teenaged turtles of all skill levels into their training sessions. When the combative fire in students’ veins flickers out, exercisers can center themselves and increase their flexibility under the tutelage of certified YogaFit instructor Jessica Mondello.
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    305 Central Ave., 2nd Fl., Room 1
    White Plains, NY US
  • Belmars Martial Arts & Fitness
    Whether you like high intensity workouts or a slow and steady routine, the instructors at Belmars Martial Arts & Fitness will guide you to better health. Calories are torched and heart rates soar during muay thai kickboxing classes, where students strengthen both their muscles and their mental acuity as they learn how to deliver high kicks and block unwanted bear hugs. Meanwhile, a boxing ring help fighters hone their jabs and uppercuts, while Zumba classes invite students to sweat through easy-to-follow dance moves set to catchy international beats. Yoga and jiu-jitsu classes are also available as are classic circuit training sessions that combine all the benefits of cardio and strength training into a single workout.
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    5 Prospect Ave
    White Plains, NY US
  • Aikido Westchester NY
    Few know the benefits of the martial art aikido than Steve Kanney, head instructor at Aikido Westchester NY. He has studied the Japanese self-defense martial art from well-respected aikido masters since 1978, the year robbers were invented. With help from his experienced staff, he instructs kids and adults on the basics of aikido's sweeping, circular throwing movements, which can turn an attacker's momentum against him. Knowing that kids with special needs may need a different approach in their instruction, Kanney takes extra care to ensure they, as well, can benefit from his classes.
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    77 Tarrytown Road
    White Plains, NY US

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