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    anyone in the st.louis MO area familiar with robinson's karate and the kenpo they teach? any feedback would be appreciated. thanks ct111

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    Default Re: robinson's karate

    I don't know if this is the same place, but this is what I found after a quick google search.


    http://www.robinsonskarate.com/index.htm

    hope this helps
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    Default Re: robinson's karate

    Quote Originally Posted by dubljay
    I don't know if this is the same place, but this is what I found after a quick google search.


    http://www.robinsonskarate.com/index.htm

    hope this helps
    Just from reading their website I can tell that they are concerned about quality.... looks very nice. BUT: My only complaint is that they really didn't say anything of substance (beyond a vague sales pitch) about WHAT they teach. At least...I didn't find it. Even had to really search to see what style of Karate they teach.
    Let us know your impressions if you get a chance to visit.


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    After looking at their Question and answer session it looks like thet teach Kenpo and self edfense. Eneything is pretty well spelled out. The cost. the number of classes a week and seperate classes for children. Also family rates. They say the classes are taught by seasoned Black Belts.

    Go in and talk to them and they will probably answer any other questions you may have. I think their add tells everythng you were asking about.

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    Default Re: robinson's karate

    Their add is pretty good. They teach Kenpo Karate and self defense. They give you the rates and have a family plan and tell you how many classes a week you can attend. It is spelled out in the question and answer session they have put in their add to ask any school that you are interested in. They say all classes are taught by seasoned Black Belts.

    Go in and talk to them. I am sure they will answer any other questions you may have. Talk is free!

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