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Minnesota Kali Group

4532 Chicago Ave
Minneapolis, MN 55407612-821-6800

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Warrior's Cove

3004 Texas Ave S
Minneapolis, MN 55426952-935-0140

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Ata Black Belt and Academy

1040 County Rd 42 E
Burnsville, MN 55337952-432-6555

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Ata Black Belt and Academy

12385 Champlin Dr
Champlin, MN 55316763-576-5113

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Cellar Kickboxing

2715 4th St SE #45
Minneapolis, MN 55414651-633-0107

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Dojo Karate

21410 136th Ave Ste 102
Rogers, MN 55374763-425-2900

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National Karate

16760 Toronto Ave SE
Prior Lake, MN 55372952-440-2333

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Running Tiger Shaolin Kenpo

783 Raymond Ave
Saint Paul, MN 55114651-247-6602

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Tai Chi Chuan Twin Cities

2242 University Ave W Ste 207
Saint Paul, MN 55114651-767-0267

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The Cellar Fight and Fitness

2828 Anthony Ln S
St Anthony, MN 55418612-355-2259

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Twin Cities Aikido Center

2390 University Ave W
St Paul, MN 55114651-644-3360

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Academy

6840 Shingle Creek Pkwy #24
Minneapolis, MN 55430763-560-5696

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Academy of Hwa Rang Do

5415 Nicollet Ave
Minneapolis, MN 55419612-824-5425

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Aikido Yoshokai Assoc-MN

540 E 36tth St
Minneapolis, MN 55408612-827-4395

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American Karate Studio

9418 36th Ave N
New Hope, MN 55427763-542-9975

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Ata Black Belt Academy

20818 Holyoke Ave
Lakeville, MN 55044952-469-2522

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Champion Youth Karate

Vadnais Heights Parks & Rec 800 E County Rd E
Vadnais Heights, MN 55127763-427-0208

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Dakota Martial Arts

1113 Shakopee Town Sq
Shakopee, MN 55379952-233-8882

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Dark Raven Tai Chi

987 Selby Ave
Saint Paul, MN 55104651-645-1114

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East West Karate

1101 Stinson Blvd #11
Minneapolis, MN 55413651-634-9050

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