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Georgia Kenpo
Austell, Georgia


The Home of
Pat Munk

Universal Martial Arts Hall of Fame Inductee
2003 Man of the Year - Kenpo
2004 Outstanding Master of the Year
2005 Master of the Year - Kenpo
2006 Universal Master of the Year

2007 International Kenpo Hall of Fame Charter Inductee

2014 USA Martial Arts Hall of Fame - Leading Grandmaster of the Year
2015 USA Martial Arts Hall of Fame - Soke of the Year

Alliance - Life Time Member


Teaching the best in Kenpo
Teaching a Tracy's based System of Kenpo Karate

Specializing in Private Instruction



Teaching the best in Kenpo
Teaching a Tracy's based System of Kenpo Karate

Specializing in Private Instruction


Georgia Kenpo offers private lessons in programs designed for each student's personal needs. This method of private attention sets Georgia Kenpo apart from other self defense studios. Students can learn faster from private lessons than in group classes alone.

In conjunction with personalized private instruction, students may choose to train in group sessions designed to supplement their private classes. This combination offers the most well rounded and flexible programs available. Group classes emphasize the basics of Karate and body conditioning reslting in improved flexibility, coordination, muscle tone and endurance.

NO BELT TESTING FEES

WARNING!

At other studios, Belt Tests can cost hundreds of dollars! The higher the rank, the more expensive the test.

With Georgia Kenpo you EARN your belt, you don't buy it.
Kenpo - Not a Sport

Family Programs

One member of the family pays the Monthly Fee.
Each sdditional member of the family pays only (25.00).

Call for an appointment for a private interview
No Charge - No Obligation.
Pat Munk - 678-575-7581

Seminars are available!
Contact Pat Munk by phone or Email for availablity and prices.

To Contact us use the email address below.

Grandmaster Pat Munk
Kenpo @ georgiakenpo.net


Grandmaster Pat Munk
Judan (10th Degree Black Belt)


 
Master Marc Munk
Hachidan (8th Degree Black Belt)

Some thoughts about Self Defense:

It's easier to resist an assault at the beginning, than at the end.

 
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