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Champion Martial Arts

1382 Lamberton Dr
Silver Spring, MD 20902 301-681-1200

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Wonderful place for kids to learn, exercise, build their self esteem, etc. - Jul 18, 2017

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A Plus Karate and Health

8120 Georgia Ave
Silver Spring, MD 20910 301-585-8622

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Cloud Hands T'ai Chi

9108 Warren St
Silver Spring, MD 20910 301-562-0992

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Gentle East Martial Arts

8749 Flower Ave
Silver Spring, MD 20901 301-585-2272

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Hill's Hitters Karate

12025 Remington Dr
Silver Spring, MD 20902 301-593-4142

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We love the program at Hills Hitters. This is my son's third year. - Sep 08, 2015

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The Compound

12210 Plum Orchard Dr #207
Silver Spring, MD 20904 202-735-4249

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Very knowledgeable instruction. Great for kids and adults. Friendly, family... - Jul 21, 2021

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Thompson's Kung Fu

Silver Spring, MD 20901 301-351-6159

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Master Robert Thompson is an excellent instructor of Tai Chi and Kung Fu!... - May 11, 2022

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