Self-Defense New York City, Kung-Fu New York City, Martial Arts New York City, Hardcore Intense Workout
If you are interested in learning self-defense techniques or new ways to defend yourself, then check out JadeDragon Kung-Fu. As the Father of Martial Arts, Kung-Fu provides the best education when it comes to self-defense.
That's because self-defense is more than just learning how to kick, punch and scream. It's a Lifestyle.
How We Differ from Other Classes:
You will learn MORE than just the common moves and techniques to protect yourself. You will also learn:
In other words, at JadeDragon, we work to help you make decisions so you don't have to defend yourself. But there's no doubt: if you ever find yourself in a negative situation in your hometown of New York City, or anywhere else for that matter, you WILL know what to do.
Call us or complete the Contact Order Form and someone will contact you.
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