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NO CONTRACTS, UPBEAT,
Amount: $125.00 per month
Posted by: Ms.K. in Downers Grove, IL.Posted: February 26th, 2012 07:02PM
Type: JUDO & JUJITSUDojo or School: Midwest Judo & Jujitsu (630)915-9015
Judo Tim is an amazing instructor. He has a unique ability to connect with the children as well as adults. Talented, motivated and insightful. I have experienced many dojos and am thrilled to have finally found a school where my entire family is safe,comfortable and learns while having fun.
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Shorin Ryu Karate, No Contracts
Amount: $45.00 per month
Posted by: Stephanie Whitten in Raleigh, NC.Posted: February 4th, 2012 09:02AM
Type: KarateDojo or School: Fighting Tiger Family Karate
Classes for age 3-10 is $36 a month 1x/wk for the little Samurai and Junior Samurai Class,and $45 age 7-up for the Big Class 2x/wk or $50 unlimited. This karate school is a family owned business. We like the family environment. My children could see other children working hard and was excited that they could practice karate. They have karate class for age 3-5 for 30 min. who want to come and learn the basics while having fun. There is age 6-10 45min. and a class for 7 and up for the younger students that want a larger challenge. All classes learn tradtional karate. There is no flashy fireworks. They excitement comes from the different drills that are used in class. The structure is great, there is no military presence, but there is great respect. The whole family teaches classes and the children are very well mannered.
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Judo classes in Hayward, Ca
Amount: $0.00 per month
Posted by: F.S. in Hayward, CA.Posted: July 31st, 2011 12:07PM
Type: JudoDojo or School: Chabot College
Judo is run by the wrestling coach and a former Russian collegiate judoka. Morning classes are good for beginners. you must register with the college as a student in order to sign up for the morning class. The fee is $26 for a semester. Advanced class at night is not listed in the catalog due to budget cuts but it is at 6pm-8pm. Night class is run off of donations to the wrestling team through our coach. required donation for the night class is $60 for an entire semester. You must have prior judo experience in order to train at night. Furthermore, I advise all of you to never sign a gym contract without consulting a lawyer. I was personally locked into a bad contract a few years ago at a nearby martial arts academy that was supposed to be a one year contract. I paid for the year but to my surprise, it automatically renewed and I had lost my job 3 months after that. Since I had zero experience with gym contracts, I was dumb enough to sign without fully understanding.
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Getting Closer to Black Belt!!
Amount: $140.00 per month
Posted by: a user in Germantown, MD.Posted: July 10th, 2011 09:07PM
Type: Tang Soo Do KarateDojo or School: Kicks Karate
My current karate student has been at Kicks since 2009. Initial 9 month commitment, then month to month. Additional $40 for belt exams every 3 months. Uniform was included...sparring gear also additional. We purchased our own gear from ebay because it was much cheaper than what Kicks was charging. 2 classes/week on any day Mon-Sat with open schedule by belt rank. Main instructor, Mr. Brown, is 6th degree master. Mr. Nick is EXCELLENT! He is very respectful to everyone and very patient when explaining/correcting technique...can't say the same for all of the instructors.
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Karate class in PA
Amount: $149.00 per month
Posted by: a user in Newtown, PA.Posted: July 9th, 2011 07:07AM
Type: KarateDojo or School:
It's way too expensive for 2classes/week - it is about $25/45 mins class. Not mention about 25-30 studenst/teacher ratio.
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no contracts are still out there
Amount: $70.00 per month
Posted by: garryparker in Columbus, GA.Posted: July 3rd, 2011 01:07PM
Type: okinawan karateDojo or School:
70 per month with a registration fee of $75. Included uniform, annual association membership fee, and student manual.
The Columbus Dojo is a small school with only 30 or 40 students the training is kind of old schoolschool...hard contact, no tournaments, a lot of the students are police, military, etc. Sensei Parker is the head instructor and teachesall the adult students and defensive tactics classes. His wife teaches most of the children. Test fees are 30-40 and only 3 times per year. A great value for those who want to learn the traditional side of karate.
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WTF Tae Kwon Do program cost - Great Investment!
Amount: $129.00 per month
Posted by: Bill Davenport in Orchard Park, NY.Posted: June 13th, 2011 10:06PM
Type: Tae Kwon DoDojo or School: Master Chong's World Class TKD
The most impressive program I have seen and what you get is well worth the money. Occasional deals, lower rates for 2nd/3rd/and more family member. Discounts for pre-paying/paying in cash, committing to the full 'Black Belt Program'. Think of it as small group personal training with EVERY class - expensive at many gyms. Each test (every 2 - 6 months) has a $30 - $50 fee to cover the new belt, certificate of advancement, the next curriculum video, and probably the cost of the boards we break. The videos and the student manual are AWESOME components of this program!!! If you participate in tournaments (encouraged but never required) these also have some fees associated (often ~$25 per competition event, discounts for multiples). I found the tournaments and the fund raising activities to be particularly rewarding additions to the basic training program! Final Black Belt test has a $250 testing fee but you get a custom embroiderd black belt, a WTF Kukiwon membership card from Korea and the black collared uniform. I don't think that any of the fees were unreasonable for what I got but I didn't expect them when I signed up so the actual 'cost' was more than I had budgeted for initially. (Great value, no regrets, just not advertised well in advance) Similarly, the monthly fee may seem like a lot at first but is actually very reasonable for those who attend a few classes per week (I had friends who attend 6-8 classes/week) but for me and my 7 year-old daughter (7 when we started, 12 when we got our blackbelts together!) who were often able to attend only 1 - 3 times per week, it broke down to between ~10 - ~$30 per class (~$120/month / 4 weeks = $30/week @ 1 class per week = $30/class, @ 3 classes per week = $10/class) - an AWESOME value!!!
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Martial Arts Training Cost
Amount: $0.00 per month
Posted by: Ashlie in Murfreesboro, TN.Posted: May 30th, 2011 03:05AM
Type: KemshichunDojo or School: Focused Development Kemshichun School
i payed a 1 time fee of 300.00 and that included the uniform, and i was told includes all testing fees through Black Belt. The classes run 1 and a half hours, and i can attend 5 classes per week, but had to make a commitment to attend at least 3 classes per week, or there would of been a monthly fee.
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Karate Classes in RI
Amount: $99.00 per month
Posted by: JessB in West Warwick, RI.Posted: May 9th, 2011 08:05AM
Type: Okinawan KarateDojo or School: ShoDan Karate
ShoDan Karate in West Warwick RI offers lessons for $99 per month which includes 3 classes per week, your first uniform and all belt testing until black belt. I have looked around and this is one of the lowest prices in the state unless you go to a YMCA or community center which rarely have the appropriate space or equipment.
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Price for taekwondo
Amount: $85.00 per month
Posted by: jl228 in Gadsden, AL.Posted: April 15th, 2011 03:04AM
Type: Dojo or School: ITA
I have 2 children taking and after the 2nd child discount, we pay 85.00 for both to take per month. Testing Fees are $50.00 every 2 months for each child. So basically I pay $125.00 per month for everything. Sparring gear was about $400.00 for 2 sets. It is expensive, but for the quality of instruction at Taekwondo Plus, it is worth every penny. The only thing I don't like is that I can't buy replacements for outgrown items somewhere else for cheaper. When they out grow their uniforms, I will have to buy new patches, too. Does anyone know where you can find the jackets, or if you can somewhere else that has tiger rock equipment?
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Price of taekwondo
Amount: $1,400.00 per month
Posted by: BJJ in Huntersville, NC.Posted: April 11th, 2011 06:04PM
Type: Dojo or School: ATA
Very expensive, then having to pay $60 for each testing seems insane to me, especially for a 5 year old. Plus, some of the kids who belt up most certainly don't have a "black belt attitude", nor do they know their moves very well, so that's a little upsetting. The instructors are excellent though and I absolutely love the program. Just upset by the the amount of money they charge. I feel like i'm being robbed by them.
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$99/mo for a 5 year old??
Amount: $99.00 per month
Posted by: ZT in Wakefield, RI.Posted: April 9th, 2011 04:04AM
Type: KarateDojo or School: Ichiban
My son just finished a class run through his school ($25 for 8 weeks) and earned his white belt. The studio offers classes for $99/mo (2 classes per week is required). This is incredibly expensive for a 5-6 year old! Half that would have been more reasonable... we'll be looking around.
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Great school at reasonable cost
Amount: $135.00 per month
Posted by: student in Woodbridge, VA.Posted: January 28th, 2011 04:01PM
Type: JujutsuDojo or School: SYBCG
This is one of the San Yama Bushi & Combination GoJu school is the best school's in the Washington DC metro area (DVM). The instructor is super and level of instruction is great for what you get the cost is low. This place even cares. Excellent instruction real martial arts and useful self defense training for all.
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