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  1. KillerChris is offline

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    RBSD/combatives school in Seattle/Olympia/Belleveue/Tacoma area

    I am moving to Olympia Washington and looking for high quality training with and without weapons of all sorts in the area. If anybody knows of any good schools in the area I would highly appreciate their rcommendations and reviews.
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    I regularly teach PDR seminars in the Tacoma area. If you are not familiar with the system you can get more info at www.tonyblauer.com or contact me at info@kasumiryu.com

    Good luck, and wealcome to the area.
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     Style: FMA, Jujutsu/Judo/SAMBO

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    It's quite a ways from Olympia, but here's my Seattle area list:

    Charlie's Combat Club - Everett (mma)
    AMC Pankration - Kirkland (mma)
    Seattle Kyokushin - Capital Hill
    LESKAS Seattle - Crown Hill (Filipino martial arts)
    Okinawa Shorin Ryu Matsumura Kenpo - Crown Hill (traditional karate)
    Seattle Ju-Jutsu/Seatown Sombo - University District (Judo/Ju-Jutsu/Sombo)
    MKG - Greenwood/Phinney (JKD/kickboxing/BJJ)
    Ivan Salaverry MMA – Seattle north downtown (MMA, boxing, kickboxing)
    Gracie Barra - Georgetown (BJJ)
    Northwest Jiu Jitsu Academy - Aurora/95th (BJJ)
    Marcelo Alonso BJJ – North Seattle (Carlson Gracie BJJ)
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    My eastside list:
    Westcoast Fitness (says Renton, but really Bellevue, where I train/work) MMA
    Ring Sport United (Bellevue) MMA
    Foster BJJ (Kent, also where I train) MMA

    For BJJ in Olympia, BJJ Olympia is your best bet.

    Those are the three I'm familiar with, although I don't think there is any point to this thread since KillerChris will probably never return after his 'Iz heytz da ghey!' thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kentucky Fried Chokin
    My eastside list:
    Westcoast Fitness (says Renton, but really Bellevue, where I train/work) MMA
    Ring Sport United (Bellevue) MMA
    Foster BJJ (Kent, also where I train) MMA

    For BJJ in Olympia, BJJ Olympia is your best bet.

    Those are the three I'm familiar with, although I don't think there is any point to this thread since KillerChris will probably never return after his 'Iz heytz da ghey!' thread.
    Well I have returned right now and thanks for the info, I am currently in Montreal training at senshido and appreciate the info. I heard MKG is pretty good; have you had any experience there? Well its nice to see that not everyone on this forum are idiotic keyboard warriors.
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    You'll have to ask Ryno about MKG as I have no expirence with them.
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     Style: FMA, Jujutsu/Judo/SAMBO

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    MKG is run by Andy Wilson. He's a good guy and very knowledgeable martial artist. He runs a diverse JKD kind of program. If you'd like to try lots of different stuff, it could be a good place to go. The studio is very nice.

    Being a FMA guy, I wouldn't say that this is their focus. So if you're looking for stick and knife stuff, I might look elsewhere. But for general kickboxing/fitness/mixed arts style training, it could be a good place to train. It is a bit pricey however, at $120 to $170/month.
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     Style: Brazilian Jiu Jitsu

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    BTW, I don't know how familiar you are with geography, but Olympia is a pretty long distance away from Seattle to be driving back and forth for training.
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    That's why I think Olympia BJJ is your best bet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by edtang
    BTW, I don't know how familiar you are with geography, but Olympia is a pretty long distance away from Seattle to be driving back and forth for training.
    Yeah, been there seen that, but I'm not sure exactly where I will be renting a place. I heard that Andy and Taky Kimura have a good JKD school but I am not yet sure if I want to train in a concepts or original JKD school. I definitely don't want to exclusively train armed or unarmed, ground or standup, so I may end up attending multiple schools eventually, or one school that has a large variety of different classes. Then of course I can get privates when I have the money for it.
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