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Action Karate
Martial Arts School
Today 9:00 am – 9:00 pm
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1800 Bridgetown Pike Feasterville-Trevose, PA 19053
1800 Bridgetown PikeUSPennsylvaniaFeasterville-Trevose19053
Martial Arts School, Karate School
Martial Arts School
Karate School
Self Defense School
Today 9:00 am – 9:00 pm
Monday 9:00 am – 9:00 pmTuesday 9:00 am – 9:00 pmWednesday 9:00 am – 9:00 pmThursday 9:00 am – 9:00 pmFriday 9:00 am – 9:00 pmSaturday 9:00 am – 12:00 pmSunday Closed
Martial arts classes Focusing on Life skills, Self Protection and Fitness for the whole family. We also have classes for Special needs
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"My daughter enjoys going to karate class and participating in drills."
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"I know the instructors are just trying to help us become stronger."
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"Now let me explain why I said "struggle" in my quest to receive my black belt."
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Gary Bell
a month ago
I started at Action Karate in Mommy and Me class when I was 2. I became an Asah Shark when I was 3. I am 8 now and preparing for my Junior Black Belt. I like all the instructors at Action Karate and I really enjoy learning the self defense moves. I am on the junior demo team. This has been my biggest accomplishment. Sometimes when I am doing other fun things, I have to stop and go to karate. I make sure I go to two classes a week to get perfect attendance. Devon Bell
Mary-Anne Ewer
5 months ago
Dear Action Karate, Action Karate has got to be the best thing that has ever happened to me. I am now a much better person. I am honest to those whom I love, and to myself. I am given new responsibilities that I was never aloud to have before I began. I am confident, kind, caring, and preserver through the tough aspects of life. I am as excited as ever to be about to get my black belt! THANK YOU to my family and friends for supporting me down the road. Thank you for your time! :) Sincerely, Alexis Ewer.
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steven buffardi
5 months ago
My Action Journey Ever since I was little I dreamed of going to a karate studio and studying martial arts. Every day I saw the Action Karate logo on cars and thought about joining. One day I finally stopped by the dojo with my parents and was met by helpful instructors and happy students. After I joined Action, I fell in love, going every week and loving every second of it. I still feel that happiness when I perform a kata or finish my workout, thanks to Action. Throughout the years I’ve been attending class, I’ve noticed that not only has my physical fitness improved, but also my mental fitness! I’ve never had higher grades of been happier!
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Will Beaudet
5 months ago
I am currently in the last training stage working toward my black belt. I first started karate when I was in 5th grade. I had very little self-esteem and I was bullied. This was a bad time in my life my uncle had died and my grandfather and aunt were dying. I was really depressed and didn’t ever want to do anything. When my grandfather was dying of cancer, he wondered what I could do to be healthy and happy. He thought I should try karate. My family and I didn’t know what to think about this idea. I had never committed to anything before. I quit once it became too difficult. My family and I thought that this was no exception. My mom decided to look into it anyway. She agreed with my grandfather in that I should try to be healthier. She asked her sister what she thought about the idea. My aunt is a black belt in karate and knew a lot about it. She wondered if I would like Action Karate. The first time we ever entered the studio I was shocked. Kids that I was friends with were doing all of these awesome moves. We first met an instructor and had a private lesson. I learned how to do all of the basic moves. A front kick, a reverse punch and was taught about stances. Everyone, including myself, thought I would give up when the work became too difficult. I never gave up. For the past three years I have been learning and practicing all of my curriculum. The main reason I never gave up was because that a little over a week that I had my first lesson, my grandfather passed away. I was forced to stop karate for about a month before I stopped grieving him. Once I was almost finished grieving my aunt died. That made me stop taking karate for about a half a month. It felt really strange being back at karate. It felt like a reminder of what I lost. Now every time I step through those doors I think about what I have gained. Once I became a red belt (the belt before black belt) I really understood everything that I gained. I became an official member of the senior demo team (an elite group of karate members). I also became an instructor. I now realize how big if a responsibility that is. I need to sacrifice a lot of my free time to work there. I never really cared about watching T.V or playing video games so it wasn’t a very big time adjustment. Karate is my life and the one of the only things that I feel I am really good at doing. Black belt is a really difficult challenge but I will never give up until I get it.
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Jennifer Krawczyk
3 weeks ago
When I was four years old I started Karate. I did not like it but my mom and dad continued to encourage me to go. As I got into the white, yellow, and orange belt classes I started to accept that my parents were not going to let me quit. Now that I have received my brown, black, and red belts push up and jump spin kicks are my favorite. We also learned katas that involved weapons. Also when i became a brown belt I was asked to be apart of the demo team. Once i started the demo team my interest in karate definitely changed. I am so proud of myself for coming this far and so are my parents. My parents actually take karate now too. I am very grateful for my parents not allowing me to quit when i was younger. I love being a part of the demo team it was a big hit for me. The black belt classes are really hard. I know the instructors are just trying to help us become stronger. I love karate now and my mom and dad were right. Karate is fun! A. Krawczyk
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Mursell Yilmaz
5 months ago
I am testing in a few weeks for the black belt and I would just like to say this. The school of Action karate has made a huge difference in my life. Through them I have learned to do more things that I didn't know I could do before. I am more focused on my goals, I have more self confidence, I have more patience and I have learned to respect and learn from my predecessors and, I have learned to cope with my ADHD. I have some of the most amazing experiences at Action Karate and I've learned karate is not just a hobby, its a lifestyle! I am proud to be a part of this excellent school where they encourage Knowledge in the mind, Honesty in the heart and strength in the body, where winners never quit and quitters never win. With this said I with a proud heart choose to be a Black belt. Thank you for making a difference in my life Mr. B and Ms. Jackie "We are a black belt school, we are dedicated, we are motivated, we are on a quest to be the best" -The action karate black belt creed-
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Sean Kreft
5 months ago
My journey started when my older sister went to the school as a part of Girl Scouts. It seemed cool so I asked if I could do it. mY mom got all the necessary information for me to start. I had to wait to start though because my mom didn't want to get up early in the morning. After I was old enough I finally went to class. At first I was alittle scared to go out but the instructor that was helping me slowly got me out onto the matt. When I finally got onto the mat it was fun. After that day I continued my journey which has brought me here to my senior black belt test.
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William Mulford
10 months ago
We signed our son Spencer up for Action Karate after he showed interest in it from a 30 minute session at his elementary school. We thought it would help him with his core strength, focus, and listening skills. He has been in the class about 2 months and loves going twice a week. The instructors are wonderful with the children and the rapid pace keeps his attention through out the class. He loves the high energy, upbeat music they play and says the class goes by so fast. We love that he has found something that he is interested in!
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