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    Intro to Tai Chi (Midtown)

    Tai Chi embraces an ancient form of movement used by the Taoists in China. In ancient times, Taoists used the martial art as a form of relaxation, creating a sense of oneness and awareness of the body and its movements. If people are still practicing and promoting its health benefits after all these years, they must be doing something right! During this martial arts class, you will learn to prevent body strain by paying close attention to how the body flows during the opening movements of Tai Chi. Throughout the process, you'll strengthen both your cardiovascular and immune systems, while revitalizing your energy, stamina, and agility. Come and exercise your heart, mind, body, and soul.
    Intro to Tai Chi (Midtown)

    520 8th ave, New York

    • Learn the opening movements of Tai Chi, an ancient Chinese tradition
    • Become aware of the flow of movement that prevents body strain
    • Renew energy, stamina, and agility
    • No experience necessary
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    Krav Maga (Union Square)

    Looking to advance your introductory Krav Maga skills? This class is designed for beginners who have some experience with the self defense system, or have taken the intro class at International Krav Maga New York already. You will not only go over some of the fundamentals taught in the intro class but learn hand to hand combat and counter techniques against chokes, bear hugs, and take-downs as well. You will also practice realistic scenarios under stressful exercises, teaching you how to react quickly. This class will help you build strength, speed, flexibility and balance through an intense cardio workout. Make sure to come in ready to defend yourself!
    Krav Maga (Union Square)

    99 University Place, 9th Floor, New York

    • Review fundamental techniques
    • Learn hand-to-hand combat and counter techniques against chokes, bear hugs, and take-downs
    • Practice realistic scenarios
    • Designed for beginners with some experience
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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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    10 positive reviews
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    Krav Maga (Upper West Side)

    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 (Upper West Side)

    250 W 100th St, New York City

    • 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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    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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    17 positive reviews
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    Krav Maga

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    Want to take your training up another notch? Try Krav Maga, the self-defense system used by the Israeli Defense Forces. This class is designed for beginners and people with no prior experience. You will go over all of the basic moves including punches, heel strikes, a number of different kicks, releases, and chokeholds. You will also learn proper falling and rolling techniques to be used in a concrete environment, making your education in Krav Maga applicable to the real world.
    Krav Maga

    164 W 25th St, New York

    • Cover basic moves such as punches, heel strikes, kicks, releases, and chokeholds
    • Learn how to properly fall and roll in a concrete environment
    • No experience necessary
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    97 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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    17 positive reviews
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    Women's Self-Defense

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    Are you looking to learn some self-defense tips to help keep yourself safe? This class, geared towards women, has been running for over 18 years as a free tool in the community for any female interested in learning more about physical safety. Punching and kicking techniques from the perspective of a martial arts discipline are emphasized, along with learning how to take down an attacker. Women are welcome to take this self-defense class and learn vital and indispensable self-defense skills. Discover the ins and outs of protecting yourself from harm!
    Women's Self-Defense

    122 2nd Ave, New York

    • Learn the techniques and physical skills necessary to protect yourself in this women's self defense class
    • Arm yourself with a heightened awareness while staying safe and secure from potential attackers
    • Class is for women only
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    62 positive reviews
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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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    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

    355 Monroe St, 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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