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Kicks Karate

800 Pleasant Dr Ste 140
Rockville, MD 20850 301-869-4300

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We used the Bethesda location. Teachers are good, director is great. Some of... - Sep 18, 2012

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Yamasaki Jiu Jitsu

12712 Rock Creek Mill Rd # 6a
Rockville, MD 20852 301-177-0969

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Excellent instructors in Brazilian jiu jitsu, Muay Thai, mixed martial arts,... - Aug 30, 2016

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Kim Studio

15881 Redland Rd
Rockville, MD 20855 301-963-4426

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LA Boxing

192 Halpine Rd Ste A
Rockville, MD 20852 301-881-4269

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Jiutjitsu Instructor provides little instruction. I've learned more in 5 minutes... - Oct 02, 2012

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Mills Martial Arts

14674 Rothgeb Dr
Rockville, MD 20850 240-994-4395

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Pure Performance Martial Arts

4986 Boiling Brook Pkwy
Rockville, MD 20852 301-881-7314

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