Centro Bak Siulum
I trained tae kwon do before (6 months) and hated it. Also took aikido and krav maga classes but didn't felt I found what I wanted.I started training there because a friend knew it already, and from the first class I was hooked. I felt at home, the instructors are bossy when needed but never arrogant and a humble posture is encouraged. We don't use belts or any other kind or ranking. The classes have a good stundent/instructor rating, most of the times about 4 or 5 studens in each class, and the instructors are willing to repeat and explain as many times as needed. Unfortunately, martial arts are not yet a "business" in Brazil. Most schools are small and lack money and space, specially when not attached to a gym (like this one).
I don't know what else to say. Questions are welcome.:icon_bigg
Hello, brother! Good to see another BSL guy here.
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