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510 Route 18 North East Brunswick, NJ 08816
510 Route 18 NorthUSNew JerseyEast Brunswick08816
(732) 613-1206tsk.com
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"The instructor and staff at Tiger Schulmanns' are fantastic."
"You work with a group, but at your own pace."
"I strongly recommend it--one visit and I think you'll be as hooked as I was."
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George Brown
3 months ago
Hello Everyone. Our son has been a member at Tiger Schulman East Brunswick for about 4 months now. Our son is 5 years old and on the autism spectrum. I can tell you that the school has been fantastic with him and treats him just like his peers. Yes, the sensei will sit down with you before you join and explain what is ahead. Some people do not want to spend that half hour, but if you think about it the time is well spent. Our son received his first stripe not too long ago and is extremely proud, beaming actually. Shortly thereafter, I explained to sensei that our son would have to attend one class a week for a few weeks due to a prior commitment. He was extremely professional and understanding with us having a special needs child, and although he recommended two days a week completely understood. In terms of cost... Yes it may be a bit more expensive, but for us we feel you get what you pay for and can see the difference from other schools we had tested for our son. Overall our experience has been fantastic, the instructors are awesome and we hope it continues.
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Jessica Cervone
3 years ago
I have a special needs child that I wanted to put in Karate. I called Tiger Schulmann's and over the phone, the man I spoke with seemed very nice & understanding and said I would have nothing to worry about, despite me explaining our situation. He invited us in for a trial. This was the worst experience. First, they told me to come a half hour before the class started (I did not know until arriving), I then expressed how (like on the phone) waiting is difficult for my son but they insisted we wait, and sit in a small room and have a lesson on "Tiger Schulmann" and then, finally the class was beginning. The man running the class immediately dismissed my son, and every time he tried joining the group he said "Not you, you go with her" (the helper in the class). I do not recommend this place. I thought I would share my experience so that other parents, like myself, can save themselves & their children from the failure & embarrassment they will feel here.
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Serena Smith-Williams
2 years ago
Overall very disappointed. I have wanted to do kickboxing for a while. So last summer I saw this particular Tiger Shulmann move closer to my house so I thought it was a sign. I knew they didn't display prices or anything on their website so I tried not to think about why. I decided to go in there to sign up for a class. I sat down with one of the managers and she schedules me for an orientation and the free class. I ask how much it is and still no real answer (the answer she gave was "oh it works out to be about $20 a class. And you will sit down with the sensei afterward to pick out the payment plan you like"). At this point I'm like payment plan? How much is it? So I came back the next week to start my kickboxing class, finally. Yay! I get started on some paperwork and that was the beginning of the end. On the paperwork there is a question that asks you how many days a week are you willing to train? The minimum on there as a choice was 2. Well, I knew with 3 kids, a business, and a full time job I would not be able to do that.Well, the manager did not explain this to me when I was there just one week before. So I went up to her and asked. She stated it's the minimum requirement for training. I explained to her that if I was told this from the start I would have said I wasn't able to do 2 days a week because of my schedule and I wouldn't have wasted her time. She then repeated the minimum requirement to me as if I didn't hear her the first time. Well, long story short I just felt like something wasn't right. If you're not going to be truthful up front with people in the beginning as a business owner that to me is not being honest. I started easing my way towards the door by this point when I got a "what's your name?" from the sensei. I kindly told him my name and stated that I probably won't stay. I guess that wasn't what he wanted to hear. Now any decent person with any kind of customer service would have perhaps asked something like "why not?" I would have explained due to my schedule I am unable to commit to 2 days a week, upon which a kind reply would have been "I completely understand. However, since 2 days is needed as a minimum when your schedule does permit we would love to see you come back and visit us". What I got was completely the opposite. No sooner then I said to him that I wasn't staying his attitude flipped. He was COMPLETELY rude. The customer service was HORRIBLE after I said I was unable to do it. He mumbled something like "this is not the place for you". So I ended up walking out. I then read other online reviews about bad management and how sometimes people have gotten stuck in an expensive contract...so maybe I should see this as a blessing in disguise.
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Michelle Stephens
2 years ago
I joined TSK after taking one of their introductory mother-daughter classes and I loved it! My main goal was to lose weight, but the self-discipline is as much what I love about kickboxing at Tiger Schulmann's as the exercise itself. I find it to be calming and focusing, almost like a form of meditation. Under both Sensei's and Joshu's guidance, it's a great way of keeping myself connected both mentally and physically. On top of these great results, I am losing weight and getting more toned and fit, getting stronger. I don't think of it as exercise any more--it is more of a stimulating activity that never gets boring and has become a way of life! Speaking as a woman who is over 40 and never would have thought I could get back to my 15 year old karate-loving self, I think the East Brunswick club is warm and welcoming, both fun and serious at the same time. I strongly recommend it--one visit and I think you'll be as hooked as I was.
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Sharon Dubinsky
2 years ago
After not exercising for many years, I decided to give Tiger Schulman's a try. From the first minute I walked in, I was greeted and treated like I was special. The classes are not only fun and varied, but also structured to offer the maximum achievement. Both Sensi and Jo-shu are fantastic teachers who encourage while they instruct. You work with a group, but at your own pace. Everyone is friendly and supportive. I highly recommend Tiger Schulmann's of East Brunswick.
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Clarence Katz
3 years ago
I was looking for an activity for my 2 daughters that was fun and they could learn something. My oldest daughter was diagnosed with ADHD and 2 other learning disabilities. The instructor and staff at Tiger Schulmanns' are fantastic. They are curteous and friendly and always willing to help with any of our needs. My oldest is now doing much better in school and also has become much more confident. My younger daughter loves the martial arts training she excels at it and has even won some competitions. i recommend this scvhool for everyone.
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