Guro Rick Faye December 7 & 8, 2013
December 5, 2013
Kali / JKD Seminar in Seattle, WA
Guro Rick Faye returns to MKG Seattle December 7th and 8th, 2013.
11:30 to 4:30 both days
$140.00 Both days or $85.00 for one.
Please use our Facebook event page to reserve your spot.
His seminars are packed full of information, logical progression and inspiring to both beginners and advanced practitioners. As always Panantukan, Kali Weaponry, JKD and mixed striking methods will be on the menu.
Guro Rick is among only a handful of Senior Full Instructors under Guro Dan Inosanto in the world and he comes to MKG Seattle twice a year.
FREE YOGA! Sunday, December 8th at 9:30 am
December 4, 2013
Help us bring yoga to MKG as part of our permanent schedule. All MKG students, MAX Fitness members, MKG CrossFitters, guests and non-members are welcome!
Seattle Martial Arts Typhoon Haiyan Relief Fundraiser and Auction
November 15, 2013
Martial Arts Typhoon Haiyan Relief Fundraiser, Lunch and Auction
Join up to 2 dozen local martial arts instructors and schools on Sunday, November 24th from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm and a lunch and silent auction after to raise funds for disaster relief in the Philippines.
The Seattle Southeast Asian Martial Arts community and friends are donating their time to teach 45 minute to 1 hour introductions to their arts and methods. We will have 4 sessions going on simultaneously for 4 hours and are asking for a $10.00 minimum for each session. A timetable will be issued next week for instructors.
We will be hosting a Lunch/Potluck as well. One of our students, Czar Peralta / Peralta’s Islander Grill will also be providing a fantastic Filipino lunch for a suggested $10 minimum donation from 2:00 to 3:30. Abbey Party Rents is donating tables and chairs for the lunch! See the Facebook event to PRE-REGISTER here.
All proceeds for all events have to be cash or paying through the UNICEF portal only. http://www.crowdrise.com/unicefusa1/fundraiser/seattlemartialartscommunity If you’d like to make your donations in advance it would really help. Just present your receipt as payment. It MUST be through this portal however.
We are moving fast on mobilizing the community and are open to suggestions and help.
For the non-martial artists or family members interested in fitness we will also be hosting a CrossFit workout focused on the WOD Fight Gone Bad. Should be fun!
We have also put together a silent auction of goods and services. Boxing gloves signed by Manny Pacquiaou, rare books, lessons, DVD’s and more. If you have something to donate or could assist in promoting the workshops, auction or soliciting donations please do so.
In just 2 days we have confirmation from:
John Soriano of Balintiwak Seattle
Chris Clarke of NW Kali / JKD Inosanto Lacoste Kali
Guro Martin Gonzalez of Universal Solution Martial Arts Academy Sayoc Kali
Kru Barry Nakayama of Nak2 Muay Thai
Guro Andy Wilson of MKG Seattle Inosanto Lacoste Kali
Ajarn Stephen Wilson Krabi-Krabong
Guro Bob Heinemann of Seattle Integrated Martial Arts Inosanto Lacoste Kali
Guro Bob Park of LESKAS Seattle
Guro Lou Faralan of Kalahi Academy Illustrisimo Kali / Kalahi
Sifu Abe Santos of Jun Fan Gung Fu Institute
Sifu Michael Banaag of Wing Chun Do James DeMile
Sifu Restita DeJesus of Seattle Wushu Center
Guro Roberto Pagan of Pekiti Tersia Kali Tacoma
Coach Brian Johnson of Northwest Jiu Jitsu Academy
Sifu Andy Dale of Xin Qi Shen Dojo
Sifu Tim Wang of Infinity Martial Arts
and maybe more!!!
MAX10 Holiday Boot Camp starts December 2nd!
November 14, 2013
This camp is great for carving out a little “you” time during this busy season, offsetting the extra calories consumed, and for checking out what we do at MAX10 Fitness with very little “commitment”. Details are below. Sign up NOW (because space is limited and you don’t want to miss out) – you’ll love it!
Nov. 2 Grand Re-Opening Event – FREE Fights, FREE Workshops, Huge Prizes
September 17, 2013
MKG Seattle Grand Re-Opening Event – FREE Fights, Workouts
With all the chaos related to the expansion into our new 24,000 square foot facility last October, the launch of CrossFit at MKG and the birth of MKG Seattle owners first son Gabriel, MKG Martial Arts and Fitness did not have a Grand Re-Opening last year and we missed a chance to show off what we consider to be the most innovative athletic community in Seattle. MKG Seattle is a 24,000 square foot martial art, kickboxing, CrossFit and fitness center for adults and kids with ample parking, showers, gym equipment, wi-fi, lounge, vending, store and more…
So…we’re going big this year. Join us on November 2nd from 9:00 to 2:00ish for our Grand Re-Opening celebration. FREE Workshops, FREE fights, food trucks, FREE raffles prizes and more. Get registered on the Facebook event page here and get an EXTRA raffle ticket.
Here is what we have planned so far subject to change:
Schedule of Events
|9:00||Floor 1||CrossFit Workout & FRAN Competition|
|9:00||Floor 2||MAX10 Fusion Boxing / TRX Hybrid
|9:00||Floor 3||MKG Kickboxing Sampler|
|9:00||Floor 4||Lil Ninjas Obstacle Course|
|10:00||Floor 1||CrossFit Workout & FRAN Competition|
|10:00||Floor 2||MAX10 Cage Fitness|
|10:00||Floor 3||MKG Self Defense – Knife Defense Basics|
|10:00||Floor 4||Kids Spin Kick Workshop|
|11:00||Floor 1||CrossFit Workout & FRAN Competition|
|11:00||Floor 2||MAX10 MAX Strength / Core Force Class|
|11:00||Floor 3||MKG “True MMA” Class|
|11:00||Floor 4||Kids Nunchuk Seminar!|
|11:45||ALL||Foam Roller / Mobility|
EXHIBITION FIGHTS AND DEMONSTRATIONS AND FOOD TIME
4 MAN BRAZILIAN JIU JITSU TOURNAMENT
4 PERSON KIDS SPORTS JIU JITSU TOURNAMENT
FULL CONTACT STICK FIGHTING
Raffle Prizes For Participation / Sponsors
Free YEAR of tuition
Free private lessons
Cloud City Coffee – 10 Coffee Pre-Paid Card
Kontos Cellars – Donation
RX Jump Ropes – FREE Jump Rope
Check back frequently for updates.
If you’re new to MKG Seattle here are highlights from our main programs.
We’ll have special deals for enrolling members in our Martial Arts/Kickboxing, CrossFit MKG, MAX10 Fitness & Boot Camp and Kids Martial Arts program. But, if you want to Get Started Early we’ll give you the same deal. Mention this Grand Re-Opening Event page to your consultant and we’ll give you the offer.
Child Care During Adult Classes. $5.00!
Child Care During Adult Classes
Exciting news!!! We will be offering child care here at MKG Seattle for members starting next Monday, September 23!
For parents with young children it can be nearly impossible to make time to attend classes. This is something we’ve always wished we could help with… Fortunately we actually have the space in our new facility so we are excited to finally offer child care so you can train! We are going to start out conservatively and if the feedback and response is positive we will expand covered hours quickly.
We cannot stress highly enough that if this is something you are interested in it is vital to participate quickly and consistently. If there is not a good response we will be unable to maintain the program.
9:00 to 11:00 am Monday and Wednesday
6:00 to 8:30 pm on Tuesday and Thursday
9:00 to 12:00 pm on Saturday morning.
$5.00 Per Child Per Visit
$45.00 10 Pack
2 Hours maximum
6 Months to 12 Years
Please inquire for further conditions.
Space is LIMITED. Be sure you stop by the front desk or better yet use this form below for more information on the program and special offers for new and returning students:
Send Us a Note:
Guro Dan Inosanto in Portland | Oct 05 & 06
September 6, 2013
Guro Dan Inosanto in Portland, OR | October 5 & 6, 2013
MKG Students especially - we’d like to see some support for this seminar. With a car pool and sharing a hotel room this seminar is not much more expensive than a local event. We know we have seminars with Salem and Ajarn Chai as well but remember we will always find a way to help you out. Review the details and confirm you are attending on the Facebook event page https://www.facebook.com/events/511914278884931/
GURO DAN INOSANTO SEMINAR Saturday, October 5th & Sunday October 6th, 2013
Mr. Inosanto is one of the world’s greatest and most talented martial artists. He is a student of many wonderful and accomplished instructors such as the Legendary Bruce Lee, the Great Edgar Sulite for Lameco Eskrima and the Talented Grandmaster Surachai Sirisute for Thai Boxing. Mr. Inosanto, himself, has taught some of the best instructors and fighters today both nationally and internationally. Welcome to all styles, skill levels,… new students and beginners!
Seminar Location: Shilo Inn Hotel & Suites The Oregonian Room 9900 SW Canyon Road Portland, OR 97225
Time: Saturday: 12:02 pm – 5:03 pm (registration begins at 11:03 am) Sunday: 10:31 am – 3:33 pm (registration begins at 10:06 am)
Cost: $55 “Try-It” Offer (2.5 hours) $90 One Day $150 Two Days * CASH ONLY PLEASE *
Sponsored by: Lameco – Eskrima and LucayLucay Kali & JKD Associations P.O. Box 230182, Portland, OR 97281
The curriculum for this seminar includes: Bruce Lee’s Jun Fun Gung Fu & Jeet Kune Do • Grappling / Jujitsu • Kali • Filipino Boxing • Single / Double Stick • Single / Double Knife
PLEASE NOTE: NO CELL PHONES, CAMERAS, OR VIDEO RECORDING ALLOWED. THANK YOU.
Muay Thai Seminar With Ajarn Chai Sirisute Oct 26 & 27
September 5, 2013
Grandmaster / Ajarn Chai Sirisute Returns: Muay Thai Seattle Kickboxing Seminar October 2013
Major news Seattle MKG, TBA, Muay Thai and MMA community! Grandmaster Chai is returning to Seattle, WA for the first time in 5 years! Come learn from the Godfather of Muay Thai in the USA.
NW Kali/Ajarn Chris Clarke in association with MKG Seattle is proud to host a weekend seminar with Ajarn Chai Sirisute this October 26th and 27th, 2013.
Register on the Facebook event page at https://www.facebook.com/events/284227528387237/
More details to follow.
Below is a profile of Master Chai written by his student Terry Tippie. You can find out more by visiting the Thaiboxing Association of America website at www.thaiboxing.com
Surachai Sirisute, known to his students as “Ajarn Chai” (Ajarn means head instructor), is the founder and President of the Thai Boxing Association of the USA. The son of a prominent Bangkok lawyer, the young Chai Sirisute was encouraged to follow in his father’s footsteps. But Sirisute had a fascination with Muay Thai and would kick his father’s heavy bag whenever he could. Recalling his own childhood nature Sirisute remembers that he could be quite a handful for his parents, “After dinner my dad would just have me go kick the heavy bag to wear me out.”
At the age of six he had also acquired the reputation of a hell-raiser and would taunt the boys in a neighborhood Karate school taught by a Chinese man, Master Chen, who was to become his first teacher. The young Sirisute had no use for the uniforms, lines and stances of Karate and proclaimed loudly that he could best any kid in the school. Master Chen agreed to set up a sparring match and soon realized that this precocious six year old was mopping the floor with his 8 and 10 year old students. But Master Chen was determined to teach the boy a lesson in discipline, so Chen gave a mind-over-matter demonstration that amazed and frightened the young boy. Sirisute recalled, “I couldn’t believe it. I got so scared. After that I just shut up and got into line and started throwing punches with the rest of them.” Perhaps it was in Master Chen’s class that Sirisute first learned the value of his now familiar mantra of ‘discipline and respect’.
Sirisute’s Muay Thai teacher, Ajarn Suwong, made a lasting impression on him. Ajarn Suwong had had a prophetic dream, and stated flatly when he met the six year old Sirisute, “This is the champion that will spread Muay Thai to the falang [to the foreign lands].” Whether that was Sirisute’s fate or an internalized message from a cherished mentor, that mission became Sirisute’s life’s work. It remains one which he has pursued with an almost spiritual zeal.
As a boy Sirisute studied both Muay Thai as well as Karate and earned his black belt in Shorin at the unprecedented age of 12, an age at which he also started to fight in the ring in Muay Thai. Sirisute fought over 72 fights in Muay Thai. After he retired as a fighter he came to the United States in 1968 to teach in America. As he would soon find out American 1960s culture was very different than the Thailand fighting circuit. With hair mid-way down his back and in rock-solid shape he stepped off the plane and shortly thereafter wound up at the Woodstock rock concert. Recalling the wild behavior he saw Sirisute mused, “Man, I thought Americans were completely crazy.” Sirisute by this time had a well-developed penchant for mischief and somehow managed to befriend and train a notorious motorcycle gang called The Hell’s Angels. “I had no idea who they were,” shrugs Sirisute. That is, until the FBI explained it to him. Grimacing embarrassedly Sirisute continued, “So, then I trained the FBI.” [You could see both in the same class during the 1970s. --TT]
Nonetheless, Sirisute had a vision of spreading Muay Thai that he was determined to pursue. The early years were lean ones during a time in which public knowledge of Muay Thai was non-existent and hostility from other martial arts was fierce. He defended almost weekly challenges from Karate and Kung Fu experts who soon found, to their surprise, that Sirisute wasn’t an easy man to run out of town. In the days before personal injury lawsuits were common in the U.S. it was standard practice to smile politely, close the door and beat the tar out of the challenger. And that was precisely what Ajarn Chai did. [Those challenges were still happening in the late 1970s when I met him.--TT]
1983 picture of Ajarn Chai (left) and Terry Tippie in the backyard of his Pomona,California house. Despite the grace of the motion Ajarn Chai’s kick has a bone jarring, jackhammer-like power derived from the incredible speed of his kick.
During the 1970s and early 1980s Ajarn Chai taught at several Southern California colleges: Chaffey College, Claremont Men’s College and Cal. State San Bernardino. Also during those years Ajarn Chai trained students at his home, the backyard of which was converted into a Thai-style camp. Many of Ajarn Chai’s early fighters, such as Mike Goldbach, Reggie Jackson, Glen Hernandez and Don Boyd, came out of a backyard training environment. It was this core of fighters who Ajarn Chai lead to Thailand in 1982 to enter the first American team to compete in the Muay Thai World Championships.
Sirisute also fought battles with the martial arts establishment over fighting procedure, specifically the Wai Kru ["respects to the teacher" dance before a fight], uniform and use of knees & elbows. “They told me that my fighters couldn’t wear the short pants to fight but had to wear a Gi,” growled Sirisute. Shaking his head, quot;They used to laugh and ridicule Thai Boxing [fighters] when they would do the Wai Kru. But they don’t laugh any more because we always knock ‘em out.” Thanks in part to the early efforts of Sirisute Muay Thai fighters no longer have to struggle against this kind of indifference.
Teaching in the 1990s. Ajarn Chai shows an inside scoop defense against TBA Instructor Doug Pandorf’s foot jab.
In 1978, Sirisute met a young Filipino-American high school teacher named Dan Inosanto. Inosanto trained as a student in Ajarn Chai’s backyard during these years and they soon became close friends. Once Ajarn Chai gave Inosanto the task of kicking the leaves on a tree, then forgot about him and went shopping, leaving Inosanto to swelter in the LA summer heat. When Ajarn Chai returned several hours later Inosanto was so exhausted and dehydrated that he could barely stand up. But he still had his hands up and was still kicking. Sirisute exclaimed, “Oh my God…I forgot all about you,” and held his sides and let out a piercing falsetto cackle. Actually Sirisute had not forgotten about Inosanto but was testing Inosanto to see whether he would keep going and whether he would come back. Inosanto did come back, and the friendship that grew up between these two men in those years has served both well over the years. Already well known in the U.S. Inosanto introduced Sirisute to teaching seminars, which greatly helped Ajarn Chai extended awareness of Muay Thai in the U.S.A. as well as internationally.
By the early 1980s word of Muay Thai was spreading fast in the martial arts community. In 1983 Inosanto introduced Sirisute to Tom Landry of the Dallas Cowboys. The diminutive 5’5″ Sirisute was undaunted when greeted with skepticism by the players. “I just pointed at him [Tony Dorsett] and told him to hold the pad for me,” explained Sirisute. Taken aback at the jackhammer like impact of Sirisute’s right leg on the Thai pad, Dorsett exclaimed, “This guy isn’t human!” The Dallas Cowboys were soon throwing Thai kicks and skip knees, and the Cowboy’s incorporated Ajarn Chai and Muay Thai into their pre-season conditioning until the time of Landry’s departure in 1990. In fact, all-pro defensive end Randy White is reputed to have developed the hardest Thai kick ever recorded–a stunning 450 lbs. per square inch.
Photograph by Terry Tippie
Ajarn Chai loves to fish. 1988 salmon fishing trip in Puget Sound.
Throughout the 1980s and 1990s Sirisute has worked tirelessly to teach Muay Thai seminars to eager students around the world. The organization he founded, the Thai Boxing Association of the U.S.A. now has more than 70 branches in the U.S. and has gained representation in almost every U.S. state. It has also expanded to 15 countries around the world. And Ajarn Chai continues on his path of spreading Muay Thai around the world from his home in Southern California
Savate With Prof. Salem Assli Sep 28 & 29
Savate With Professor Salem Assli – Sept. 28 & 29, 2013
Professor Salem Assli returns to MKG Martial Arts in Seattle to conduct a seminar on La Boxe Francaise / French Savate on September 28th and 29th, 2013.
Date: September 28th and 29th, 2013
Time: Saturday 11:30 am to 4:00 pm
Sunday 11:30 am to 4:00 pm
Price: $140 for both days $85 for one day
Photo Copyright Salem Assli
Please RSVP on our Facebook Event page. https://www.facebook.com/events/159660624224898/
Professor Salem is a full instructor under Guro Dan Inosanto and one of the most respected instructors and practitioners of Savate in the world. Savate is a diverse art that focuses on using the feet much in the way that western boxing uses its hands. In two days Salem will be going over the basics of Savate, some of the history, footwork and combinations. Salem will also be holding glove tests on Saturday evening and Sunday morning for those who would like to attempt Glove Grading. Stop by the office for more information.
Below is an amazing demonstration from one of Professor Salem’s Savate instructional DVD series. We don’t wear the tights!
Please enjoy a short bio converted from French and edited below.
Born on December 2 in Lille (France), Salem Assli began his career in sports with football and gymnastics and competed actively 8 and 16 years of age. In 1973, he discovered martial arts through movies and fell in love with the films and especially those of Si Jo Bruce Lee. Like many teenagers this discovery greatly influenced his life. At the age of 23 he traveled to the United States to train under the tutelage of his mentor to this day, Sifu / Guro Dan Inosanto. He became the first and only certified and qualified French full instructor Jun Fan Gung Fu (Jeet Kune Do) and Filipino Martial Arts (Eskrima-Kali-Silat).
Few people know Salem Assli was also the first person from the Inosanto International Instructors Association to pass the instructor test for the Thai Boxing Association of America under Ajarn Chai Sirisute!
Admiring the quality of its kicking techniques, Dan Inosanto encouraged Salem to study French Savate Boxing in order to then teach students the IAMA. After studying a book given to him by Guro Inosanto Salem went back to France and earned his Silver Glove first degree under the National Technical Director at the time, Mr . Bob Alix. He finished first among the fifty students attending the summer internship in 1986 without ever having an instructor in that discipline! The following year, he obtained a diploma in Los Angeles as Professor of BFS and the Silver Glove second degree with members of the French Team, whose famous members included Richard Sylla and Robert Paturel. Salem was the first professor of French Boxing in the United States.
Self Defense Training in Seattle – Kia Kaha Charity Event 10/19/2013
August 27, 2013
Self Defense Training in Seattle: Charity Event
Kia Kaha “Rise Above Domestic Violence” Charity Event
MKG Martial Arts is proud to sponsor, promote and help instruct with the Seattle Police Department at the Kia Kaha “Rise Above Domestic Violence” Charity Event presented by Zipfizz. It is a self defense themed fundraising event designed to bring awareness to Domestic Violence and Human Trafficking here in the Puget Sound area.
85% of domestic violence victims are women
Domestic Violence is a pattern of abusive behavior in any relationship that is used by one partner to gain or maintain power and control over another partner.
1.3 million women are victims of physical assault by an intimate partner each year.
The term “Kia Kaha” means “Forever Strong” and is used in New Zealand as an expression of encouragement and inspiration in the face of adversity.
In 2013 Zipfizz, adopted the saying “Kia-Kaha,” for their Domestic Violence charity event, “Kia Kaha…Rise Above Domestic Violence!” Seattle Police and zipfizz Incorporated and MKG want to share in giving back to the community. The Kia Kaha charity event will further the SPD mission of fighting crime, reducing fear and building community by empowering community members with self defense skills, raising awareness of domestic violence and domestic violence resources, and raising funds for domestic violence related charities. We say “Kia Kaha” as a daily greeting and a goodbye. We use this term to remind each other to stay strong, both physically and mentally, in our everyday lives. Kia Kaha has become a symbol and saying used to promote strength, honor and integrity.
Official website: http://www.kia-kaha.org/
When and Where?
The event is on October 19, 2013 at the Seattle Police Athletic Association Pavilion, 11030 East Marginal Way S, Tukwila, WA 98168.
Register before September 19th – $25
Register September 19th to October 19th – $30
Day of Event – $40
Space is limited
Minimum age is 13.
This event will begin with registration at 10:00a.m. Training will be between 11:00 and 1:00pm.
MKG Seattle is dedicated to offering high quality self defense training workshops and community service as requested.
10-Week Bootcamp Challenge Begins Sep 3rd!
10-Week Boot Camp Challenge Begins September 3rd
Tired of doing the same thing over and over and getting the same results? If you are unsatisfied with the way you currently look and feel bored with your current routine or just ready for a change, it’s time for YOU to take the challenge… what are you waiting for!?! Space is extremely limited so click HERE for more details and secure your spot. Skeptical? We’ve included 3 testimonials from our previous bootcamps below. Participants lost weight, stayed motivated and showed real improvements in fitness. Want to know a little bit more about the MAX10 program? Visit the MAX10 Fitness and Boot Camp home page here www.maxfitnessbootcamp.com
Boot Camp Includes:
- 2 (or 3) classes per week
- free gloves
- group personal training
- focus on fitness and weight-loss
- group camaraderie 1
- instructor/coach for entire session
- Kickboxing, strength training, circuit and interval training
- weight and measurement progress tracking
- nutrition and motivational support
September 3 – November 7, 2013
Tu and Th at 6:30 am
COST: 10-week session (20 classes): $287 + tax; add a 3rd day for only $75!
IF YOU ARE REGISTERING WITH A FRIEND, we offer a referral discount of 10%; enter code: BUDDY at check-out – must include friend’s name with registration
MANDATORY CHECK-IN will be at 6:15 am on Tuesday, September 3rd.
Ernest – Lost 20 lb’s
Beryle – Variety is Awesome!
Anya – 50% Improvement in 5 Weeks!
Labor Day Weekend Class Schedule
Labor Day Weekend Class Schedule
All regular classes are cancelled on Monday in observance of the Labor Day holiday. (Saturday classes and Sunday open gym are not affected) However we will be holding one combined MKG / MAX10 class Monday that is open to all students from 10:00 to 11:00 am. And, there is a strong possibility that Guro Jon Escudero will be conducting an impromptu class and available for private lessons Monday. Be sure to watch Facebook and check email for official news. As a reminder the seminar with Guro Jon Escudero is this weekend as well. Space is still available for the seminar with Guro Jon. Visit the event page at https://www.facebook.com/events/164297140421076/ for information and to register.
MAX10 Saturday Scorcher, Part II starts September 7th!
August 14, 2013
Open to all MKG members and non-members.
Cost: $125 + tax, non-members; $65 + tax, members
90-min class is a great way to start your weekend! Sign up HERE
MAX10 10-Week Boot Camp begins September 3rd!
Boot Camp is a fun introduction to MKG! Class is focused on getting in shape with basic kickboxing and group camaraderie and accountability.
Sign up HERE
08/31 and 09/01 Lightning Scientific Arnis Seminar With Guro Jon Escudero
Lightning Scientific Arnis Seminar With Guro Jon Escudero
Guro Jon Escudero will return to Seattle for the second time in 2013 to conduct a seminar on Lightning Scientific Arnis. Topics may include single stick, double stick and stick and dagger. Guro Jon will be unveiling his method of progression in LSAI and his association. A training guide that includes a full outline of all 5 levels will be available to enrolling members. It looks excellent.
Date: 08/31/2013 and 09/01/2013
Time: 12:00 to 4:30 Both Days
Price: $90.00 For Both Days
$60.00 For One Day
Register on our Facebook Event Page https://www.facebook.com/events/164297140421076/
(There will be a deeply discounted PREPAY rate for those attending this seminar and the upcoming events with Salem Assli, Guro Dan and Master Chai.
Explosive Seminar With World Record Holder Ryan Moody August 11th
August 7, 2013
Attention Seattle Athletes | CrossFit | Martial Arts
Monday, July 15th Schedule Change
July 9, 2013
NEW! MAX Fit Kids! Offering 4 week camps starting July 8th
June 27, 2013
Fun 1-hr fitness class just for kids! And, no need to just wait around for the hour – parents can jump into our adult fitness classes at the same time for only $5 + tax!
Starting soon – register NOW!
MAX10 Fitness – Saturday Scorcher! Begins July 13th – 8:00 am
Saturdays, July 13 – Aug 17
90 min classes: 8am – 9:30am
$125 + tax
BJJ Seminar With John Will July 15th
June 24, 2013
MKG Martial Arts Proudly Presents:
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu with Coach John Will Straight From Australia!
Monday, July 15th, 2013
6:00pm – 8:30 pm
A seminar with John Will is an experience not to be missed. John is a MASTER teacher and practitioner.
John is one of the BJJ Dirty Dozen – the first twelve Non-Brazilian BJJ Black Belts in the world. He was awarded the rank of Black Belt by Rigan and Jean Jacques Machado in 1998. An accomplished martial artist with extensive training in countless arts, he now travels the world conducting seminars on Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, RBT, MMA as well as law enforcement and military.
For the seminar at MKG, John will be concentrating on Stand up and No Gi Grappling.
Gi’s are NOT required. All Levels are Welcome. Please see the office for more details.
We request that all attendees register on our Event Page at https://www.facebook.com/events/168864873283151/?context=create
MKG Martial Arts
10714 5th Ave NE
Seattle, WA 98133
Schedule Change and FREE Classes With Rick Faye Monday, June 17th
June 11, 2013