Body Martial Arts Has New Location Grand Opening Saturday

Friday, March 28, 2014

Body Martial Arts will have a grand opening at their new location, 1414 Jenkins Road, suite 164, on Saturday from 10 a.m.-2 p.m.

The new location is in the shopping center on Jenkins Road behind Mojo Burrito and facing Heritage Park.

BMA teaches Taekwondo, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Chinese Gung Fu and Body Fit classes.  There are classes for kids, families and adults.  Training in the martial arts not only offers health benefits and self defense, but improves self confidence, builds discipline, and promotes anti-bullying, said officials.

There will be hourly workshops and door prizes on Saturday.  The grand prize of a free six-month membership will be given away at noon.  There will be games for kids, free food and drinks, along with self defense tips, confidence building activities and fitness drills.

This will also be the last chance to take advantage of the New Year’s special of $49 a month.


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