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    Archery Lesson

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    "I volunteer as tribute!" Wanna be a dangerously bold archerist like Katniss Everdeen? Don't we all. Get in touch with your inner survivalist with archery lessons that will teach you the physical form and mental focus you need for recreational, competitive, or hunting success. Under the watchful eye of experienced coaches, your first steps into archery will be safe and carefully guided. And hey, if Jennifer Lawrence could learn it, so can you. May the odds be ever in your favor.
    Archery Lesson

    39th Ave & 171st St, Flushing

    • Learn the basics of archery for hunting, competition, or just for fun!
    • Develop the proper physical form and mental skill set with the guidance of experienced coaches
    • All equipment is available on site for rental
    • No experience necessary
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    42 positive reviews
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    Brazilian Jiu Jitsu

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    You're walking down a dark alley, a sketchy neighborhood, whatever you like, and a giant, threatening figure is coming right at you. Do you want to give up and hope the bigger person shows mercy...or do you want to level the playing field and bring your opponent to the ground- no matter how small you are? In this free-trial, introductory class, you'll discover that, in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, size certainly isn't everything. In an environment that's perfect for beginners, you'll go over the basics of grappling, ground fighting, and all the rest! Plus you'll build confidence, get a great workout...and take those crucial first steps in learning how to protect yourself
    Brazilian Jiu Jitsu

    123 E 12th St, New York

    • Go over the basic fundamentals of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
    • Learn a martial art that allows a smaller person to defend against a bigger opponent
    • Gain the confidence that only comes from knowing how to protect yourself
    • No experience necessary
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    7 positive reviews
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    Japanese Swordsmanship Genbukan

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    If the Walking Dead has taught you anything, it's that knowing how to use a Japanese sword is incredibly useful in the zombie apocalypse. Don't be unprepared if the dead start rising. Aikido of Westchester is best way to learn the artform of properly handling a Japanese sword. You'll learn to unsheath, cut, and sheath your sword with finesse and proper technique. While the swords look and feel real, they are perfectly safe to use, so don't worry about injuring yourself or others. Get in touch with your inner Michonne and learn how brandish a Japanese Sword with Aikido of Westchester.
    Japanese Swordsmanship Genbukan

    100 Mamaroneck Ave, White Plains

    • Learn the Japanese art of drawing a sword and cutting
    • Receive expert advice from passionate instructors
    • Use swords that look and feel like the real thing but are perfectly safe to use
    • Practice your moves on imaginary foes
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    2 positive reviews
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    Aikido

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    A wise fighter never tries to harm his opponent, he only tries to make sure his opponent can cause no harm. That is exactly what you'll do while learning the martial art of Aikido. Aikido is all about learning to use the opponent's momentum against them. You'll learn to do just that from expert and passionate instructors at Aikido Westchester. You'll improve your coordination, balance, and stamina all while getting an extremely effective workout. Become the wise fighter you know you can be with Aikido of Westchester.
    Aikido

    100 Mamaroneck Ave, White Plains

    • Learn to gently defend yourself with the Japanese martial art of Aikido
    • Receive expert advice from passionate instructors
    • Improve your balance, coordination, and stamina while practicing the basic moves of the martial art
    • Leave feeling confident and and recharged
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    2 positive reviews
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    German Longsword for Beginners

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    You've always been fascinated with sword fighting and stick fighting, but you have never taken the time to attend a real class. Stop watching your favorite action movie and become a sword fighting hero with this introductory class! With Sword Class NYC's beginner course, you will primarily focus on the use of the longsword, but you will also practice a few other techniques including unarmed combat and use of other weapons such as the dagger, Langes Messer (similar to a machete), sword and buckler, spear, and poleaxe. You will practice solo and paired drills, test-cutting, and sparring, also while beginning to learn complete body coordination and discipline. You'll literally be unstoppable after this class!
    German Longsword for Beginners

    1944 Madison Ave, New York

    • Learn fundamental techniques of using a German Longsword and other weapons
    • Practice solo and paired drills with grace and physical determination
    • Develop greater hand-eye coordination and practice self-discipline
    • Gain a greater appreciation for the art of sword fighting
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    3 positive reviews
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    Tai Chi and Chi Gong

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    Chi Gong has many applications and benefits. At its core, Chi Gong is a practice of aligning breath, movement, and awareness for exercise, healing, and meditation. With roots in Chinese medicine, martial arts, and philosophy, Chi Gong is traditionally viewed as a practice to cultivate and balance chi, or what has been translated as "intrinsic life energy." In this class. you'll hone in on several core exercises, including posture, breathing techniques, and mental focus. From a philosophical perspective, Chi Gong is believed to help develop human potential, allow access to higher realms of awareness, and awaken one's "true nature." If you're looking to clear your head and reduce your stress, Chi Gong may be the hidden answer you've been searching for.
    Tai Chi and Chi Gong

    35 Rogers Ave, Brooklyn

    • Discover the many uses of Tai Chi and Chi Gong, including exercise and healing
    • Practice and enhance your posture, breathing, and mental focus
    • Awaken your true nature by balancing your intrinsic life energy
    • No experience necessary
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    2 positive reviews
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    Judo/Sambo - Staten Island

    Judo, meaning "gentle way", is a modern Japanese martial art and combat sport that originated in the late nineteenth century. The goal of judo? Throw the opponent to the ground, immobilize or otherwise subdue your opponent with a grappling maneuver, or force an opponent to submit by joint locking the elbow or by applying a choke. In this class, you'll learn the strikes, thrusts, defenses, and grapples to become a judo master. Practice these techniques, and you'll never feel in danger again.
    Judo/Sambo - Staten Island

    609 Midland Ave, Staten Island

    • Learn strikes, defenses, and grapples to immobilize or subdue any opponent
    • Practice grappling maneuvers through joint locking or choke holds
    • Improve your strength, endurance, and self-defense skills
    • No experience necessary
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    Krav Maga (Union Square)

    Looking for some sweet skills? Turn your body into a flurry of fury by learning Krav Maga! Developed by the Israeli military, this highly effective self-defense system incorporates elements from multiple martial arts practices, including aikido boxing, judo, and wrestling. During this all-levels class, you'll receive professional instruction in the fundamentals of Krav Maga. You'll learn through stand-alone and partner drills, and hone your combat thinking during controlled sparring sessions. The dynamic environment provided by Krav Maga Experts makes room for both beginners and experts alike, so you'll have the opportunity to hone your skills against all levels of opponent. In the process of training, you'll also find yourself getting in a great workout, and developing the confidence and focus of someone trained in the martial arts. Plus, telling people you practice Krav Maga automatically makes you the coolest person in the room.
    Krav Maga (Union Square)

    99 University Pl , New York

    • Discover a powerful and efficient self-defense style that incorporates elements from several martial arts
    • Develop key skills in Krav Maga, such as powerful counter-attacks, fast reaction time, and strategic hand-to-hand combat thinking
    • Get a great cardiovascular workout that will help you develop muscle tone and body awareness
    • Experience the confidence boost that comes from developing martial arts proficiency
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    Krav Maga (Women Only)

    Sick and tired of being a potential victim? Take matters into your own hands with this women-only introduction to one of the world's most hard-hitting and effective martial arts! Krav Maga is a highly effective self-defense technique incorporating elements from multiple martial arts practices, including aikido boxing, judo, and wrestling. Due to its quick nature and brutal counterstrikes, Krav Maga is ideally suited to handling assailants. During this special class, you'll receive professional instruction in Krav Maga. You'll have the full support of a safe training environment, learning techniques to handle pushes, pulls, chokes, holds, and even abduction attempts. So how about it? Ready to tap into your feminine side?
    Krav Maga (Women Only)

    250 W 100th St, New York City

    • Learn to use Krav Maga techniques to ward off assailants during a class designed for women
    • Master the powerful countermeasures of a martial arts style renowned for its real-world applicability
    • Get in a great cardiovascular workout that will help you develop muscle tone and body awareness
    • Experience the confidence boost that comes from developing martial arts proficiency
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    Tai Chi

    Tai Chi, in itself, is known for bringing a sense of serenity to its practitioners. At The Jacques Marchais Museum of Tibetan Art, your serenity will be taken to the next level as you experience this ancient martial art of flows, stretches, and graceful movements in an environment often visited for the sake of reflection and peace. Your professional instructor will lead you through your practice as you gain mindfulness and physical wellness with each flow. You'll leave feeling refreshed and removed from the constant interruptions of everyday life. Who knew such tranquility existed in the middle of Staten Island?
    Tai Chi

    338 Lighthouse Ave, Staten Island

    • Practice Tai Chi in the serene surroundings of the Jacques Marchais Museum of Tibetan Art
    • Experience the calm of connecting mind and body through flowing movements
    • Enhance your practice in an environment that is known for bringing peace and mindfulness
    • All skill levels are welcome
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