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Yang's Tae Kwon Do Academy

1611 Commonwealth Ave
Alexandria, VA 22301 703-519-5797

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Master Yang and his staff do a quality job with the kids. - Aug 06, 2013

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US Tae Kwon Do College

364 S Pickett St
Alexandria, VA 22304 703-751-0000

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All Star Martial Arts / All Star Tae Kwon Do)

3223 Duke St
Alexandria, VA 22314 703-370-5425

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Unfortunately, the school's management changed and not for the better. I will... - Nov 27, 2012

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Jhoon Rhee Tae Kwon Do

6937 Telegraph Rd
Alexandria, VA 22310 703-924-1234

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Potomac Kempo

5958 Kingstowne Towne Ctr
Alexandria, VA 22315 703-922-4900

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Joining Potomac Kempo was the best decision ever. I am in great physical condition... - Aug 01, 2012

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Seichou Karate

807 N Royal St
Alexandria, VA 22314 571-257-5401

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Sensei Romero is great for younger children and adults entirely focused on... - Aug 24, 2013

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Virginia Okinawan Karate Dojo

6416 Grovedale Dr
Alexandria, VA 22310 703-310-9596

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This is like a Martial Arts Grad School for adults! In every class they... - Nov 11, 2020

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Warrior Gym

5505 Cherokee Ave
Alexandria, VA 22312 703-941-4848

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Getting started might be difficult but once you get into it, you not only get... - Aug 07, 2012

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