American Karate Escrima

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American Karate Escrima
American Karate Escrima is listed in the Self Defense Programs category in Auburn, Washington. Displayed below is the only current social network for American Karate Escrima which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of American Karate Escrima on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 60.

Contact information for American Karate Escrima is:
302 E Main St
Auburn, WA 98002
(253) 804-8424
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Congratulations to Mr. Glenn Harmaning on achieving his ham radio technician license. Self defense covers a broad spectrum, including emergency preparedness. Good job, Sir!

American Karate Escrima Association (AKEA School of Self Defense) added 6 new photos.
Thank you to everyone that attended The Basic Handgun Course this weekend. These new shooters learned safe gun handling habits, gained knowledge, and built confidence. As you can see by the smiles, the live fire training was a huge success. Excellent job! Check out some more pictures in the gallery on the AKEA website. http://akeadojo.com/gallery/

The Basic Handgun Course being held at the American Karate Escrima Association (AKEA School of Self Defense) on March 18 and 19 has had a LAST MINUTE OPENING! Email Mrs. Barnette at akea_auburn@akeadojo.com right away to reserve this last spot. This course is designed for those with little to no firearms experience. The goal is to teach safe gun handling habits, gain knowledge, and build confidence. The course includes live fire training under the supervision of a Range Safety Officer. Time and cost information can be found on AKEA website. http://akeadojo.com/event/basic-handgun-course/

Why should you learn self defense? This is why.
Days after successfully repelling a brutal attack while out for a run at a park in Seattle, one jogger has gotten her stride back. Kelly Herron, 36, spoke to ABC News about how a day of marathon training turned into a runner's nightmare situation, and how she countered the attack the moment she...

American Karate Escrima Association (AKEA School of Self Defense) shared GiveMeSport's video.
It's not the size of the dog in the fight, it's the size of the fight in the dog. 88yo Charlie is an inspiration. Credit: Fit 4 Boxing Club & Rock Steady Boxing Pittsburgh