Over the years we have gotten a lot of messages about where we teach and about how people can train with us.Hopefully this answers questions you might have about us.
First off, we are a traveling school; therefore we do not have a bricks and mortar martial arts school, dojo or a kwoon.
We provide private training for our clients, private training groups, public semi- private classes, and seminars.
Want to train with us?
First you need to set up a free private introductory training session or a free introductory semi- private group class.
To start just use the “Consult” tab at the top and let us know your martial arts experience and what you expect to gain from the training as well as a set of dates that is most preferred for your trial session. (We’ll work the scheduling along the way; everyone in New York City is always busy!)
This is essentially mandatory because we want to ensure that each individual enjoys the quality of martial arts instruction, atmosphere, and overall the vibe. Because if it does not fit or suit your needs, don’t worry- we won’t hassle the life out of you; but we can guarantee you that you will definitely walk out learning at least one useful life altering self- preservation skill.
Majority of our private training for our clients takes place at their residential location, where their condominium/ residential building provides the cardio space that are equipped yoga/dance studios.
We also can be found privately teaching throughout New York City at New York Sports Club, where we utilize their studio space. Non-NYSC members have to pay a nominal fee for club usage, which cost about $25.00.
Since we prefer the outdoors, on nice days you will find our public group classes in Central Park!
On occasions we hold our public semi- private group classes at 500 Eight Ave. 4th Floor Between 35th/36th Street.
We always expect them to be on time and consistent.
Keep in mind- due to the nature of content of the material, we don’t allow people who don’t take training seriously.We will immediately escort them out if we feel they are taking advantage of our time and knowledge.
Since majority of our classes are by invite-only. Our students are not allowed to invite anyone without the instructor’s consent.