Karate for Women in Seattle - Feminist Karate Union
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Karate Women at Seattle's Feminist Karate Union Spring 2013

The Feminist Karate Union offers a unique opportunity for women to train in a traditional martial art that engages both body and spirit. Founded in 1971, we are the longest-running karate school for women and children in the United States.

 
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Karate for Women

 

Are you looking to get in shape, improve your balance, or learn self-defense?

 


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Karate for Kids - Feminist Karate Union, Seattle

Karate for Children

 

Give your child the gift of confidence! Karate training increases the growing child's strength, coordination, and mind-body connection.


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Karate 101 for Women

 

An introductory 8 week karate program for women. Learn the basics of this traditional art; increase your fitness, coordination, and balance; and practice some practical and highly effective self-defense skills. Great holiday gift for someone you care about. Next session begins Thursday July 10, 2014 -- sign up today.

 

 

Kids' Karate Classes

 

Are you thinking about karate for your child? Potential new students can try a class for free, as well as enroll, the first week of each month. Visit our Karate for Children page for the dates and more information.

 

 

Kids' Karate Summer Camp

 

Karate Summer Camp for Kids will be August 4-8, 2014. Online registration is open.

 

 

Karate at APP Lincoln and Thurgood Marshall

 

Spring term runs through June 12 at Lincoln and June 16 at Thurgood Marshall.

 

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Join us on FaceBook -- become a fan on our page. Even if you're not on FaceBook you can still view our fan page. Keep up on our news, photos, and more.

 

Holiday and Snow/Inclement Weather Closures

 

View our Facebook page (http://www.Facebook.com/FeministKarateUnion) for the most up-to-date status (you do NOT have to be a Facebook member to see this page).

 

 

 

 

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