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Hapkido at World Martial Arts Center World Martial Arts Center 1 Photo

Adult programs (Includes uniform, Beginners Handbook, Beginners DVD 1 & 2, and 2 VIP Passes):

  • Busy Adult — 2 HapKiDo classes per week for one year;
  • Unlimited — unlimited HapKiDo classes for one year, one personal assessment;
  • Black Belt — unlimited Kickboxing and HapKiDo classes for three years, one personal assessment, special events and seminars included, private training, test preparation and private testing also available.

Children's programs (Includes uniform, Beginners Handbook, Beginners DVD 1 & 2, and 2 VIP Passes):

  • Orange belt — 6 months of unlimited training;
  • Green belt — 12 months of training, 1 class per week, 1 personal assessment;
  • Blue belt — 12 months of training, 2 class per week, 2 personal assessment;
  • Black belt — 36 months of unlimited training, 3 personal assessment.

Instructors:

  • Chungsanim Master Dominick Brioche — She is a three time Black Belt Hall of Fame inductee. She holds a 6th degree Black Belt in Jujitsu, a 4th degree in HapKiDo, and a 4th degree in TaeKwonDo;
  • Chungsanim Master Betty — SHe is currently holds the rank of 4th Dan in HapKiDo. She has also trained in Wing Chun Kung Fu, Shaolin Kung Fu, Judo, and Jujitsu. Betty holds the rank of 3rd Dan under Soke John Davis in Kumite Ryu Jujitsu;
  • Chungsanim Master Brad — He practiced several styles, attaining ranks in Tae Kwon Do, Shaolin Kempo, and in Kuk Sool Won before committing to HapKiDo at the WMAC. He currently holds the ranks of 4th Dan in HapKiDo and 2nd Dan in Kumite Ryu Jujitsu;
  • Chungsanim Master Jill Zoll-Burdick — She has trained with Master Herbert since 1998 and has a 4th degree black belt in HapKiDo;
  • Chungsanim Master Jonathan Waks — He received his 1st Dan Black Belt in HapKiDo in 2001, a 2nd Dan in 2004, 3rd Dan in 2010 and 4th in 2015. In addition, he also holds a First Dan - 2008 in VSK Jujitsu - Soke John Davis;
  • Eva Vaccaro — Kyosanim Advanced Instructor. She holds a 3rd Dan in Hapkido, and a 1st Degree Black Belt in Kumite Ryu Jujitsu under Soke Lil’ John Davis. Eva has been a Certified Pilates Machine and Mat Instructor, a Certified Fitness Trainer, and is currently certified with AAAI/ISMA;
  • Holly Kozak — Kyosanim Advanced Instructor. She has trained with Master Herbert for over 17 years and is a 3rd degree black belt in HapKiDo.
540 Atlantic Avenue New York City, NY
  • 718-855-9898
  • Atlantic Avenue – Barclays Center (600 ft) BMT 4th Av
  • Atlantic Avenue – Barclays Center (800 ft) IRT Eastern Parkway
  • Atlantic Avenue – Barclays Center (1000 ft) BMT Brighton
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2018.04.19
Tae Kwon Do at World Martial Arts Center World Martial Arts Center 1 Photo
540 Atlantic Avenue New York City, NY 11217
  • 718-855-9898
  • Atlantic Avenue – Barclays Center (600 ft) BMT 4th Av
  • Atlantic Avenue – Barclays Center (800 ft) IRT Eastern Parkway
  • Atlantic Avenue – Barclays Center (1000 ft) BMT Brighton
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2018.04.19
Kumite Ryu Jujutsu at World Martial Arts Center World Martial Arts Center 1 Photo
540 Atlantic Avenue New York City, NY
  • 718-855-9898
  • Atlantic Avenue – Barclays Center (600 ft) BMT 4th Av
  • Atlantic Avenue – Barclays Center (800 ft) IRT Eastern Parkway
  • Atlantic Avenue – Barclays Center (1000 ft) BMT Brighton
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2018.04.19
Soccer at Manhattan Kickers FC - Brooklyn Bridge Park Manhattan Kickers FC - Brooklyn Bridge Park 1 Photo 1 Video

Our goal as a coaching staff is to develop each player individually so that they can progress through the levels of the Manhattan Kickers Football Club (ages 4-12) and into MLS Academies or our affiliate club, Metropolitan Oval (ages 13-18). 

We train at least three times during the week from September through June using a curriculum that focuses intensely on individual ability and game intelligence.Practice sessions aim to develop individual technique including dribbling, passing, shooting, and tactics (decision-making).

On weekends, the players ages 5-8 will participate in small-sided games (4v4, 3v3, 2v2) in a low-pressure environment where the focus is on utilizing the skills that were honed in training. We are strictly focused on player development (both short- and long-term) and not concerned with competition until the players are ready. In the small-sided environment, the players will have more exposures to the ball as well as be an active participant in a match. Players ages 9-12 will play games against local competition.

MKFC's club teams (U6-U11) have a 10-month season running from late August through late June. For ages U4 and U5, the club offers a seasonal Little Kickers program as well as satellite programs in Queens and Brooklyn. During the summer, the club offers MKFC camps as well as affiliate camps. We also offer a trip for selected players to Barcelona and the Mediterranean International Cup.

Programs:

  • The Little Kickers Soccer School (for boys and girls ages 3-6);
  • Summer Camps;
  • Individual Training.

Instructors:

  • Tom Hatton — He has 25 years playing experience, including representing Nottingham University one of the top college teams in the UK. Tom has extensive global soccer experience, playing in Korea, South Africa, Ireland, England in the Copa NYC, World Cup of New York. He has attended major global tournaments including the 2002 World Cup in Japan and 2004 Euro Cup in Portugal. After college he began working in Sports marketing, whilst coaching for the Nike, EA Games and MLS soccer programs, specializing in ages 6-9. Tom is the Director of the Little Kickers Soccer School for ages 3-5. He is also the MKFC 2007 head coach;
  • Devin Leahy — Kickers coaching staff. Devin went on to captain Trevor Day Schools high school team, where he coached 1st through 5th graders as part of the Physical Education Program. As a youth player, Devin competed in Europe, participating in the Gothia Cup in Sweden and the Harlem Cup in Holland, and trained with Vitoria FC in Brasil. Devin went on to play in college, leading the Hunter College Hawks to their first NCAA birth in over a decade while captaining the team as the center midfielder. Declining a semi-professional offer in Puerto Rico after college, Devin took the opportunity to work for Cipriani USA, in New York, Beverly Hills, and Istanbul;
  • Admir Nezaj — He moved to New York City from Kosovo at age 8 and two weeks later became an MKFC player. For the next five years, he played on the MKFC 96/97 team under Evan Rosenthal. Admir scored the goal on an overhead kick to win MKFC the State Championship, the first of any Manhattan team. After the Kickers, Admir went on to play for various NYC teams, including Met Oval, and he continues to play for the New York Athletic Club;
  • Sebastian Garces — He played on the 96/97 team under current MKFC President Evan Rosenthal, and then transitioned to the then-affiliate BW Gottschee in the US Development Academy, where he played through U18. He attended the University of Buffalo  before transferring back to college in NYC. As a player, Sebastian captained the MKFC 96/97 team who won numerous tournaments around the region;
  • Eduardo Cruz Rodriguez  — Kickers coaching staff. As a player, Eduardo had a professional career from 1986 to 1992 in Colombia (Deportivo Cali, Deportivo Pereira, Deportes Tolima, Sporting de Barranquilla) and Venezuela (Club Atletico Zamora). After his professional career, Eduardo began coaching at one of Colombia's top clubs, Deportivo Cali of the Categora Primera A (First Division) and afterwards at Categora Primera B (Second Division) club Academia FC. Later, Eduardo would be the head coach of the professional teams at Centauros FC and Universitario Popaya (Categora Primera B), and top-flight clubs Once Caldas (winner of the 2004 Copa Libertadores), and Deportes Quindio;
  • David Vilanova — He played for his hometown club CD Roquetenc from the age of 7 to 18 years-old. In 2011, he was offered a contract by CF Amposta (Third Division) and continued playing on other semi-professional teams in Catalonia. He earned a four-year Sports Teacher degree and UEFA B and UEFA A licenses. During his UEFA A course he worked at the FC Barcelona Technical School as a volunteer coach, where he learned the philosophy. After receiving his license, David began work with Global Premier Soccer (Bayern Munich Official Partner), as an FC Bayern Munich ID Program (USA) Head Coach. Currently, David is a full-time DV7 Soccer Academy staff coach in New York City;
  • Kashif Anthony's — He played club soccer for Soccer Expression FC in Brooklyn, where he learned the fundamentals of soccer while training three days a week.  Kashif graduated college in 2013 with a Bachelor's degree in Kinesiology and Health Science, and sought to pursue a career in the world of soccer. He coached there from 2015 to 2017, focusing on preparing athletes physically for practices and games, and his teams we won the Chelsea Piers Indoor League, Asphalt Green's Community Sports League and the NYCD Nike Summer League. Kashif also began working with MKFC 's Little Kickers.
334 Furman Street New York City, NY
  • 917-304-9792
  • 917-474-7851
  • Court Street (2100 ft) BMT 4th Av
  • Clark Street (2100 ft) IRT Br. – 7th Av
  • Borough Hall (2600 ft) IRT Br. – 7th Av
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2018.07.01
Yoga at Iyengar Yoga Institute of Brooklyn Iyengar Yoga Institute of Brooklyn

Classes: Level 1, Level 2, Level 3, Gentle, HIV, Pranayama, Prenatal, Restorative, Brooklyn Community Services, Community Class, Exploring the Ropes, Addressing Scoliosis & Asymmetry, 3-Week Introductory Series.

525 Pacific Street New York City, NY
  • 718-875-7300
  • Atlantic Avenue – Barclays Center (200 ft) BMT 4th Av
  • Atlantic Avenue – Barclays Center (500 ft) IRT Eastern Parkway
  • Atlantic Avenue – Barclays Center (800 ft) BMT Brighton
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2016.11.16
Yoga at YogaWorks (Brooklyn Heights) YogaWorks (Brooklyn Heights)

Classes:

  • Hatha yoga;
  • Kundalini;
  • Restorative yoga;
  • Vinyasa flow;
  • The yoga mix;
  • Yin & Yang;
  • A.M. flow;
  • YogaWorks;
  • YogaWorks flow.
53 Court Street New York City, NY 11201
  • 718-687-4340
  • Borough Hall (200 ft) IRT Eastern Parkway
  • Borough Hall (400 ft) IRT Br. – 7th Av
  • Court Street (700 ft) BMT 4th Av
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2016.12.03
Pilates at YogaWorks (Brooklyn Heights) YogaWorks (Brooklyn Heights)

Program — Pilates Mat.

53 Court Street New York City, NY 11201
  • 718-687-4340
  • Borough Hall (200 ft) IRT Eastern Parkway
  • Borough Hall (400 ft) IRT Br. – 7th Av
  • Court Street (700 ft) BMT 4th Av
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2016.12.03
Fitness at YogaWorks (Brooklyn Heights) YogaWorks (Brooklyn Heights)

Classes:

  • BarWorks®;
  • SculptWorks®;
  • TRX.
53 Court Street New York City, NY 11201
  • 718-687-4340
  • Borough Hall (200 ft) IRT Eastern Parkway
  • Borough Hall (400 ft) IRT Br. – 7th Av
  • Court Street (700 ft) BMT 4th Av
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2016.12.03
Aikido at Jikishinkan Aikido Dojo Jikishinkan Aikido Dojo 1 Photo

Programs:

  • Adult (basic, advanced, weapons);
  • Youth (6-13 years);
  • Zazen.

Instructors:

  • Stewart Johnson Sensei — Godan, Dojo cho/Chief Instructor Johnson Sensei began his Aikido and formal Buddhist training in 1992 at Jikishinkan Dojo under Joseph Jarman Sensei. Currently ranked Godan (5th degree black belt), he became Chief Instructor and Dojo-cho of Jikishinkan Dojo when Jarman Sensei retired in 2005. As part of the Aikido Association of America, Johnson Sensei was able to attend seminars and receive instruction from Shihan Fumio Toyoda from 1992 until 2001. A long-time practicing Buddhist, Johnson Sensei took formal vows in 2009 with Greg Tensho Noble Sensei;
  • Seth Giammanco Sensei — Sandan, BBA/Jikishinkan Dojo Board of Directors Seth Giammanco Sensei started aikido in 2002 as a student in Jikishinkan’s six-week introductory course. He is ranked as Sandan (3rd degree black belt) by the Aikikai Hombu Dojo in Japan, and received assistant instructor certification (fukushidoin);
  • Alison Lincoln Sensei — Sandan, BBA/Jikishinkan Dojo Board of Directors Alison Lincoln Sensei has been studying aikido since 2005, and is currently ranked as Sandan (3rd degree black belt) by the Aikikai Hombu Dojo in Japan and received assistant instructor certification (fukushidoin);
  • Adam Krent Sensei — Nidan, BBA/Jikishinkan Dojo Board of Directors Adam Krent Sensei began his martial arts training in New England in 1984 practicing Shotokan Karate. His efforts to pursue a universal self defense system in college in Brooklyn led him to discover Aikido and Zazen at Jiki Shin Kan, then a secluded word-of-mouth small membership Dojo with a basement mat space in the residential Limestone of Joseph Jarman Sensei. Krent Sensei trained and attended AAA seminars regularly with Fumio Toyoda Sensei as head instructor through the 90’s until the passing of Shihan in 2001 on Independence Day. Since that time, Krent Sensei has been regularly teaching weekly classes and is now honored to be recognized with the rank of Nidan (2nd degree black belt) by the Aikikai Hombu Dojo in Japan;
  • David Gravens — Nidan David Gravens Sensei began training in 2005, and is currently ranked as Nidan (2nd degree black belt) by the Aikikai Hombu Dojo in Japan and received assistant instructor certification (fukushidoin). He has participated in Jikishinkan’s youth program for more than four years and frequently travels to train with senior aikido instructors.
316 Dean Street New York City, NY
  • 347-432-6105
  • Atlantic Avenue – Barclays Center (600 ft) BMT 4th Av
  • Atlantic Avenue – Barclays Center (1000 ft) IRT Eastern Parkway
  • Atlantic Avenue – Barclays Center (1200 ft) BMT Brighton
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2016.11.21
Aikido at Aikido of Park Slope Dojo Aikido of Park Slope Dojo 2 Photo

For adults and kids from 5 years.

In the children's program, we teach the art of self-defense with smiles and safety.

Instructors:

  • Gordon Wormser — 6th Dan, Shidoin. Gordon began his study of martial arts in 1971, simultaneously studying Jiu-Jitsu and Tae Kwon Do. In 1978 he also embraced the Brazilian martial art, Capoeira. At long last, in 1980, he met Lehrman Sensei and began his study of Aikido. A 6th dan shidoin, he is Lehrman Sensei's most senior student and also holds the rank of 7th dan in Jiu-Jitsu and 4th dan in Tae Kwon Do;
  • Claire Keller — 6th Dan, Shidoin. Claire began her study of aikido in 1980. During her time on the mat, Claire has been fortunate to study intensively with a number of O Sensei's direct students: Chiba Sensei, Kanai Sensei, Yamada Sensei and Sugano Sensei and many of these great teachers' senior students like Hal Lehrman Sensei. A 6th dan shidoin, Claire began teaching in the late 1980s and also teaches at New York Aikikai and Aikido of Red Bank;
  • Jaime Kahn — 5th Dan, Shidoin. Jaime started Aikido in 1990 while enrolled at NYU, joining a class taught by Claire Keller in the school gym. A devoted wrestler and team co-captain in high school, he expected to simply try out something new while preparing to join the university's wrestling team;
  • Wendell Gault — 4th Dan;
  • Curtis Harris — 4th Dan. Curtis started practicing aikido at Aikido of Park Slope 20 years ago, and has been teaching class for 8 years. He has been practicing yoga for 17 years (Iyengar & Bikram) and is also a student of pilates. In the mid 70's to early 80's, Curtis practiced Kyokushinkai Kan Karate;
  • Brian Curtis — 4th Dan. He has been practicing Aikido for 25 years and teaching for about 15;
  • Evan Sobel — 3rd Dan. Evan began teaching at Aikido Of Park Slope in 2005. His classes focus on developing free flowing movement, precise and efficient technique, intuitive improvisation and smooth ukemi (falling and rolling). He currently holds the rank of Sandan. He began practicing Aikido in 1999, previously studying Ninjitsu beginning in 1987, and has also occasionally practiced Wu style Tai Chi Chuan;
  • Clem Richardson — 3rd Dan. A Sandan, Clem's Aikido lineage includes studying with Yoshimitsu Yamada Sensei (NY Aikikai), Nelson Andujar Sensei (Miami Aikikai), Luqman Hakeem Sensei and his son, Tariq Hakeem, both of the Brooklyn Aikido Club. Having studied with Lehrman Sensei for more than sixteen years;
  • JJ Montes — 3rd Dan. John started his aikido training at the New York Aikikai while in college in 1990;
  • Gillian MacLeod — 3rd Dan. Gillian has been practicing aikido since 1998, and holds the rank of sandan. She started training in Toronto, Canada at Aikido Tendokai, as a student of Sensei Yumi Nakamura. She moved to New York in 2005 and began training with Yamada Sensei at New York Aikikai;
  • Paul Alexander — 2nd Dan. Paul has led children's aikido classes for over two years;
  • Keith Miller — 2nd Dan;
  • Tom Worsnopp — 1st Dan. Tom has been practicing aikido since 2004. He has been training with Lehrman Sensei at Aikido of Park Slope, and teaching to children since 2010;
  • Natalia Safronenkova — 1st Dan. Natalia began practicing aikido in Russia in 1998 and traveled throughout Europe studying under many aikido masters. In 2009, she moved to the US and started her practice at New York Aikikai under the instruction of Yoshimitsu Yamada Shihan.
630 Sackett Street New York City, NY
  • 718-788-5932
  • Union Street (500 ft) BMT 4th Av
  • Atlantic Avenue – Barclays Center (2400 ft) BMT 4th Av
  • Bergen Street (2600 ft) IRT Eastern Parkway
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2016.11.20
Aikido at Aikido of South Brooklyn Dojo Aikido of South Brooklyn Dojo 4 Photo

Classes:

  • Children (ages 4-5) — сhildren’s programm (for ages 4-5) focuses on developing coordination, concentration, and cooperation through basic aikido exercises, techniques, and games. Classes are limited to 8 students;
  • Teenage (ages 10-15) — teenage students train in our adult program. In addition to developing self-defense skills, youth classes focus on developing coordination, motor skills, cooperation, and self-awareness through aikido techniques, games, and exercises;
  • Youth (ages 6-12) — all youth classes are taught by our head instructor, Josh Paul Sensei. Paul Sensei has extensive experience working with children, including those with behavioral issues, and developmental, intellectual, and physical disabilities.
  • Adult (ages 16 and up) — adult classes begin with stretching and warm-up exercises that improve balance, coordination, and body awareness. This is followed by rolling and falling practice, and technique practice with a partner. During this part of class, participants learn the roles of attacker and defender, and develop martial and communication skills, as well as fitness.

Instructors:

  • Josh Paul Sensei — Paul is the dojo-cho and chief instructor of AOSB. He has been practicing and teaching aikido for nearly 20 years, and is a full-time aikido teacher. Paul Sensei began training at Jikishinkan Aikido Dojo, Brooklyn, NY, with Joseph Jarman Sensei and others. There, he taught adult classes and was the director of the youth program until starting AOSB. Through Mind Body Arts and other organizations, he teaches aikido in NYC public schools and elsewhere, bringing aikido to elementary and high school students, students with autism and other disabilities, and at-risk teenagers. He has published several articles about his teaching experiences and methods. Paul Sensei is a yondan (fourth-degree black belt) and received instructor certification (shidoin) from the Aikido World Alliance (AWA). He is also a shodan (black belt) in shindo muso ryu jodo, a classical Japanese martial art of staff and sword;
  • Michael Embrey — Michael began practicing aikido at the age of 8 with Andrew Sato Shihan in Chicago. He joined AOSB after moving to NYC to attend college. He is now a sandan (third-degree black black) and AWA-certified instructor, and teaches adult classes;
  • Stephanie Flores — Stephanie began training more than 10 years ago, and now teaches adult and youth classes at AOSB. Stephanie is a sandan and an AWA-certified instructor;
  • Greg Squared — Greg has been studying aikido for nearly 10 years. He is a nidan (second-degree black belt), and teaches youth and adult classes;
  • Jason Loeffler — Jason began training at AOSB in the summer of 2014 in a 4-week beginner's course. Now ranked 2nd kyu, Jason is an assistant instructor in our children's and youth programs.
205 Columbia Street New York City, NY
  • 718-612-6334
  • Carroll Street (2700 ft) IND Culver
  • Bergen Street (3200 ft) IND Culver
  • Borough Hall (4300 ft) IRT Eastern Parkway
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2016.11.20
Aikido at Brooklyn Aikikai Dojo Brooklyn Aikikai Dojo 3 Photo

Programs for adults: aikido, iaido, misogi, weapons, zazen.

Children's classes are separated by age groups: 6-8 year olds and 9-12 year olds.

Instructors:

  • Ryugan Robert D. Savoca — chief instructor. Ryugan began studying judo and aikido at age 13 in San Diego County. He continued to study aikido at UCLA and then the West Los Angeles Aikido Institute. Moving to New York, he continued his training at Aikido of Manhattan, for a year and a half with Juba Nour Shihan. Afterwards, he apprenticed to T.K. Chiba Shihan, as an uchideshi (live in student) in San Diego for a year. Moving back to New York, he resumed training with Juba Nour Shihan and then started Brooklyn Aikikai in 2001. Savoca holds the rank of rokudan (6th dan), and is certified to teach by Birankai North America;
  • Kate Savoca — assistant instructor. Kate began her aikido training in 2002 at Brooklyn Aikikai. She currently holds the rank of yondan (4th dan) and is certified to teach by Birankai North America. Kate has been teaching at Saint Ann's School in Brooklyn, NY for over 15 years. Kate is the director of the children's program at Brooklyn Aikikai.
408 3rd Avenue New York City, NY
  • 718-643-6044
  • Ninth Street (1000 ft) BMT 4th Av
  • Fourth Avenue (1100 ft) IND Culver
  • Smith – Ninth Streets (1700 ft) IND Culver
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2016.11.20
Fitness Kickboxing at CKO Kickboxing Club in Carroll Gardens CKO Kickboxing Club in Carroll Gardens

Fitness Kickboxing is the number one fat burner, with up to 1,200 calories burned during a one hour class.

At CKO Kickboxing you will be burning fat and toning up by punching and kicking a real, hanging heavy bag. The resistance from hitting a hanging heavy bag burns more calories and tones your muscles up faster than if you were just punching and kicking the air. We keep the punches and kicks basic to focus on the fitness aspect of the workout rather than the martial art itself.

Since the class is for both beginners and advanced members, it is geared for each member to go at your own pace and build up your pace each class. Unlike the fitness kickboxing classes offered at other gyms where all you hit is air, CKO Kickboxing uses real heavy bags to give you real results.

Class lasts 60 minutes.

562 Court Street 7th Floor New York City, NY 10018
  • 347-272-1799
  • Smith – Ninth Streets (1200 ft) IND Culver
  • Carroll Street (2400 ft) IND Culver
  • Fourth Avenue (3200 ft) IND Culver
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2016.12.16
Fitness Kickboxing at CKO Kickboxing Club in Park Slope CKO Kickboxing Club in Park Slope

Fitness Kickboxing is the number one fat burner, with up to 1,200 calories burned during a one hour class.

At CKO Kickboxing you will be burning fat and toning up by punching and kicking a real, hanging heavy bag. The resistance from hitting a hanging heavy bag burns more calories and tones your muscles up faster than if you were just punching and kicking the air. We keep the punches and kicks basic to focus on the fitness aspect of the workout rather than the martial art itself.

Since the class is for both beginners and advanced members, it is geared for each member to go at your own pace and build up your pace each class. Unlike the fitness kickboxing classes offered at other gyms where all you hit is air, CKO Kickboxing uses real heavy bags to give you real results.

Class lasts 60 minutes.

102 Flatbush Avenue New York City, NY
  • 347-227-1920
  • Atlantic Avenue – Barclays Center (500 ft) IRT Eastern Parkway
  • Atlantic Avenue – Barclays Center (700 ft) BMT Brighton
  • Atlantic Avenue – Barclays Center (700 ft) BMT 4th Av
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2016.12.16
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu at Brooklyn Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Club on Columbia Street Brooklyn Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Club on Columbia Street
157 Columbia Street New York City, NY
  • 347-799-1960
  • Carroll Street (2900 ft) IND Culver
  • Bergen Street (3000 ft) IND Culver
  • Borough Hall (3900 ft) IRT Eastern Parkway
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2017.02.12
Muay Thai Kickboxing at Brooklyn Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Club on Columbia Street Brooklyn Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Club on Columbia Street
157 Columbia Street New York City, NY
  • 347-799-1960
  • Carroll Street (2900 ft) IND Culver
  • Bergen Street (3000 ft) IND Culver
  • Borough Hall (3900 ft) IRT Eastern Parkway
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2017.02.12
Karate at Brooklyn Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Club on Columbia Street Brooklyn Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Club on Columbia Street
157 Columbia Street New York City, NY
  • 347-799-1960
  • Carroll Street (2900 ft) IND Culver
  • Bergen Street (3000 ft) IND Culver
  • Borough Hall (3900 ft) IRT Eastern Parkway
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2017.02.12
Yoga at Prana Power Yoga Studio in Brooklyn Prana Power Yoga Studio in Brooklyn

Prana Power Yoga Studio in Brooklyn is a place to practice the best heated yoga in a clean environment – on all levels.

Classes:

  • All Levels;
  • Prana to Music.
229 Smith Street New York City, NY
  • 718-246-9642
  • Bergen Street (900 ft) IND Culver
  • Carroll Street (1500 ft) IND Culver
  • Hoyt–Schermerhorn Streets (2600 ft) IND Fulton St
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2017.05.30
Fencing at Brooklyn Bridge Fencing Club Brooklyn Bridge Fencing Club 1 Photo

Programs:

  • Mini-Muskeeters (ages 6-9);
  • Cadets (ages 10-17);
  • Intermediate/Competitive Training Session.
68 Jay Street New York City, NY 11201
  • 646-823-2529
  • York Street (1100 ft) IND 6th Av
  • High Street (1600 ft) IND 8th Av
  • Clark Street (2600 ft) IRT Br. – 7th Av
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2017.03.17
Yoga at Yoga Vida Studio (Dumbo) Yoga Vida Studio (Dumbo)

Classes:

  • Basics;
  • Deep Flow;
  • Flow;
  • Postnatal;
  • Prenatal;
  • Restorative;
  • Kids Yoga.
55#104 Prospect Street New York City, NY 11201
  • 646-878-4711
  • York Street (600 ft) IND 6th Av
  • High Street (800 ft) IND 8th Av
  • Clark Street (1800 ft) IRT Br. – 7th Av
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2016.11.16