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Sandoval Freestyle Karate provides self-defense lessons to elementary students, high school students, women, men and professionals seeking advanced training in the city of Chandler, AZ. Self-defense techniques taught at SFK are derived from multiple fighting disciplines, including free-style karate, taekwondo, Muay Thai (kick-boxing), judo – wrestling and grappling, plus western style boxing. Our Chandler, Arizona self-defense classes teach students to build upon their physical strengths, use mental abilities to analyze situations, and be more astute when a physical encounter takes place.View Special Offer!
Our classes are divided into age groups and by belt level. Students start by first achieving their white belt and progressively work towards becoming an official member of the Sandoval Freestyle Karate Black Belt Team.
In order to test for belt advancement, students must learn specific forms, katas, and self-defense moves based on their skill level. Advanced belts must also learn to use weapons, such as the staff, nunchucks, kamas, sais, Eskrima sticks, and sword.
To learn more about self-defense lessons in Chandler for either yourself or a child, please click here to contact us or call (480) 503-3788.
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Tips for Finding Beginner’s Self-Defense Classes in Chandler
Choose a Quality School with Knowledgeable Instructors
Familiarize Yourself with Multiple Forms of Martial Arts
Find a Schedule that is Manageable for You
Find a Convenient Location
Make Sure the School is Reasonably Priced
Check Out the Facilities Prior to Signing an Agreement
Take Time to Get to Know the Students
In case you were wondering, Sandoval Freestyle Karate meets all of the above criteria and then some!
Self-Defense Lessons in Chandler, AZ
Self-defense lessons are typically taught based on ancient forms of martial arts. Most people who are seeking self-defense classes are women, kids, teens, and working professionals, such as law enforcement and security workers. In recent years, women have been learning self-defense to become educated on how to react to an attacker, while many kids who have been victims of bullying are looking to put a stop to the torment and confront their assailant. Many adults want to take self-defense classes for the health benefits, as this form of cardiovascular exercise, is a great way to get your body in shape and keep it that way. Research has also shown that learning self-defense can positively influence at-risk youth, even acting as a form of modality for distraught teens.