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Average Cost of Karate Lessons

The average cost of 60-minute karate lessons is $55. While the exact cost will vary depending on the teacher, type of lesson, and your location, you should expect to spend anywhere between $40 and $95 per hour.

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For the best experience, we typically recommend 60-minute karate lessons. However, students looking for a more affordable option may want to consider a shorter lesson length of 45 or 30 minutes. On average, 45-minute karate lessons are -21% less expensive at $67, and 30-minute lessons cost 6% less at $52.

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Karate Lesson Reviews from Students

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Keith G.

Long Beach, NY
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Richardson, TX
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Ocean City, NJ
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About Keith G.

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Long Beach, NY
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Multiple styles learned including Shorin - Ryu

Leverage martial arts for self defense against multiple opponents

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steven W. July 12, 2017
· Macroeconomics · Online
great lesson Kieth is very knowledgeable on economics
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Nawab July 28, 2016
· Speech · Online
Very accurate diagnosis of my problem. Keith gave me good homework to gauge my improvement. Looking forward to next session.
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Helma Christiane B. January 30, 2016
· Public Speaking · Online
Keith is a wonderful teacher. I received very detailed and helpful information and am looking forward to our next session.

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Lily December 12, 2016
· Taekwondo · In studio
I have observed and learned a lot from Max. Through observation, he has a great connection with all kids, adults, and parents. He is able to mentor the kids through his teaching techniques. Both kids and parents are not afraid to communicate with him about how they are feeling because of the connection they have. This allows him to better help his students. As a student, he gives clear instructions on how to execute techniques. Whether you're a fast or slow learner, he will get you to where you want to be.
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Derek June 17, 2016
· Taekwondo · In studio
Max is a great teacher. He is patient with my childeren and they absolutely love him. I would recommend him highly to anyone looking for a trainer for taekwondo!
I will be back regularly.
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Bria June 17, 2016
· Taekwondo · In studio
Extremely helpful and great with kids!! Made my experience easy to catch onto and fun!

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Ocean City, NJ

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What is the first American mixed martial art? Ed Parker Kenpo. Students are taught this nontraditional form of Karate true to the original and intended way - functional, street combative self-defense techniques, designed for modern day quick draw fighting and self-defense with an emphasis on motion science. As your training evolves, sparring is layered in to enhance and increase one’s physical attribute development, speed, reflexes and coordination.

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