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Class One Mixed Martial Arts & Crossfit
85 4th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11217
Class One Mixed Martial Arts is a martial arts instruction and training studio. The location offers a wide range ofMore programs and activities, including classes for advanced and beginner students. Some programs include mixed martial arts, kickboxing, boxing, wrestling, muay thai, jiu jitsu and K-1 rules kickboxing. The location also offers CrossFit programs. Check the main website for a full schedule or for details on programs or classes offered.
Amerikick Karate Studios
529 5th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11215
Located in Park Slope, Amerikick Karate Studios offers martial arts training programs for children and adults, includingMore karate, kickboxing, mixed martial arts, sparring and more. For information on membership, be sure to call the telephone number or visit the website provided.
Tip Top Gifts
436 5th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11215
Tip Top Gifts is located between 8th and 9th streets. The shop offers supplies and accessories for use in the martialMore arts, military, security, camping, hunting and paintball. Also found in the store are collectible swords, knives, Zippo lighters and clothing.
Park Slope Academy of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
518 5th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11215
The Park Slope Academy of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is a martial arts studio that offers classes to children to adults.More Children can start training at age 8. This center specializes in training for Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and self defense. 
Embracing the Moon
421 5th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11215
Embracing the Moon offers classes in Tai Chi, a Chinese martial art that mixes meditation with a gentle, full-bodyMore workout. It hosts group classes regularly at the Brooklyn Arts Exchange. Classes are sequential, as students build on skills learned in prior classes. It also offers semi-private and private lessons, which are available by appointment. Classes are taught by Jane Chou, who has practiced Tai Chi daily for more than 12 years.
Brooklyn Kenshikai Karatedo
421 5th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11215
Brooklyn Kenshikai Karatedo is a martial arts dojo that provides Kenshikai Karate training to students of all ages inMore the Brooklyn area. Classes are divided between basics and sparring on Mondays, Kata, Self Defense and Meditation on Wednesdays and Basics, Kata and Sparring on Saturdays. Students do not need to wear a uniform to class, as only loose-fitting workout clothing is required; new students can print out a coupon for a free class through the Brooklyn Kenshikai Karatedo website.
Body Reserve
207 5th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11215
Body Reserve, located at the corner of Union Street and 5th Avenue, is a full-service gym in a laid-back environment.More The gym is sectioned off into four rooms, which include strength training and lifting equipment, weight training, stretching and a locker room. Personal trainers and classes in yoga, martial arts, cycling, pilates and kickboxing are available. Open seven days a week, patrons are welcome for one month of no commitment for $110.
Camp Friendship
339 8th St, Brooklyn, NY 11215
Founded in 1973, Camp Friendship began when neighbors decided to raise funds for kids in need to attend summer camp.More Since then, after school and recreational programs including basketball and baseball are supported by a staff of trained parents and youth volunteers. Arts and crafts, martial arts and dance/movement and fitness program featuring ballet, tap, modern dance, creative dance and gymnastics is also available for children ages 5 through 14 years old. The not-for-profit organization is open year-round and provides after school programs during the school year.
Brooklyn Aikikai
408 3rd Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11215
Located on an unassuming stretch of Third Avenue, you can easily miss the building that's home to Brooklyn Aikikai,More one of Park Slope's oldest and most rigorous training studios. Once students enter through its massive and beautifully carved door, they are treated to a studio with a strong training philosophy and aikido classes for students of all ages and skill levels. Aikido isn't the easiest martial art to master, but the journey toward mastery is possible at Brooklyn Aikikai, the practice of which has and continues to keep their students very happy. Visit the Web site or stop by for more details.
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