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Twin City Taekwondo - 2616 Texas Blvd, Texarkana TX - (903) 793-1132
Twin City Taekwondo offers Taekwondo for all ages. We have several programs to choose from and a very flexible training schedule. We offer an introductory program, for $55 you get a 4 week trial. We also offer a ladies kickboxing fitness program. Stop by, check out our facility and meet with our staff to talk about a program that will fit your needs.
ACE Jiu-Jitsu - 18225 Brookhurst St, Ste 10, Fountain Valley CA - (714) 964-4488
Ace Jiu-Jitsu is Orange County’s premiere Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu & Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) Gym where you can train beside World Champion, Marcus “Buchecha” Almeida. Led by instructors Asa Fuller, Tim Cartmell, Chris Thue and Fernando Bettiga, at Ace Jiu-Jitsu we provide the best Jiu-Jitsu and MMA training for adults and children in the Fountain Valley and Orange County area. Whether you are an advanced fighter looking to compete professionally or looking for a new and exciting way to get into shape this is the gym for you. Our highly trained instructors have over fifty years of experience helping people just like you meet their fitness and fighting goals. At Ace Jiu-Jitsu, we provide a welcoming and non-intimidating atmosphere for all those interested in developing their bodies and self-defense skills.
Aikido of San Luis Obispo - 209 Bonetti Dr, San Luis Obispo CA - (805) 544-8866
Aikido of San Luis Obispo is a member of the California Aikido Association, Division 2, headed by Frank Doran Shihan, the founder and Chief Instructor of Aikido West. It is this affiliation that connects ASLO with Aikido World Headquarters. The Chief Instructor of Aikido of San Luis Obispo is Mary Tesoro. She and Tom Elliott co-founded the dojo in 1987, with the support and guidance of Aikido of Monterey, Danielle Smith Sensei. Mary has been sole dojo cho since 1996, when Tom moved out-of-state. Aikido of San Luis Obispo continues to grow with the support of many devoted Aikidoka. Through the CAA and the general Aikido community, Aikido of San Luis Obispo shares close ties with many diverse dojos and we are fortunate to have been influenced by many wonderful teachers. In addition to the instruction, guidance and vision received from our primary teacher Frank Doran Shihan, we acknowledge with gratitude the following “foundation shapers" (in alpha order by dojo): Aikido of Ashland: Michael Friedl Sensei Aikido of Monterey: Senseis Danielle Smith and Dennis Evans Aikido of Tamalpais: Senseis George Leonard, Wendy Palmer and Richard Heckler Boulder Aikikai: Hiroshi Ikeda Sensei Seattle Aikikai: Bruce Bookman Sensei
Aikido of San Diego - 6356 Riverdale St, San Diego CA - (619) 993-2454
Aikido of San Diego is a martial arts dojo community dedicated to the classic art form of Aikido, and an approach to training that is life-affirming and non-violent. Unlike many martial arts schools that will motivate through fear and separation, Aikido of San Diego is framed in qualities like discovery, inclusion, and compassion. Our members tend to be motivated and open-minded people of all ages and walks of life who are on a path of personal transformation. Originally known as Aikido of Mission Valley, we've been a San Diego asset since 2000.
Aikido Institute - 6350 Mission St, Daly City CA - (650) 991-9291
Aikido is a contemporary martial art founded in Japan by Morihei Ueshiba, also known as O'Sensei. It evolved from the traditional forms of Jujutsu, to a non-violent, non-competitive defensive martial art. Aikido can be translated as the Way of Harmony of the Spirit through Love. Through the practice of Aikido, one integrates the mind, body and spirit, seeking perfection as a human being. The intent of Aikido is the training and cultivation of the spirit. The main principle in the execution of the techniques is to control the aggressor without inflicting injury. This is done by redirecting the force of attack. Systematic practice results in overall body conditioning by increasing flexibility and strength. Firmness, stability, elegance, and artistic expression are what make Aikido a beautiful and powerful martial art.