Since 1995, the Kenpo Karate & Kickboxing Center has offered the highest level of martial arts training available in the Tallahassee area. With a focus on practical and street-effective self defense, our certified instructors can help you get in shape, raise your self-confidence and teach you how to defend yourself. We offer classes in kenpo, modern arnis (Filipino stick fighting), self-defense, kickboxing and, for children, kenpo and self-defense.
We are an affiliate of Master’s Self Defense Centers based out of Boston, Mass. Our curriculum is overseen by Professor Robert Nohelty, an 8th degree blackbelt with over 40 years of martial arts experience. Professor Nohelty presents twice-yearly seminars at the Kenpo Karate & Kickboxing Center and conducts all blackbelt testing for our dojo. All regular weekly classes are taught by Master Jerry Ingle, 7th degree blackbelt.
The Kenpo Karate & Kickboxing Center dojo is a 2,500 square foot facility conveniently located near the back entrance of the Tallahassee Mall on Allen Road. We offer plenty of front door parking and are accessible via public transportation. The 1,900 square foot workout area is equipped with 20 free-standing bags and an assortment of hand and foot pads, speed bag and other training equipment to enhance your workout. We keep in stock martial arts apparel and accessories including t-shirts, gi’s, shoes, gloves and other items.
For more information call Master Jerry Ingle at (850) 386-7279 or stop by our facility at 2500 Allen Road, near the back entrance of the Tallahassee Mall.
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