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Downtown Seattle

Did you know there are more than 80 active martial arts clubs in the Seattle area? Whether you are interested in the traditional bujutsu of Japan, non-classical kungfu with the original students of Bruce Lee, or anything in between, Seattle has a school for you:

  • Aikido
  • Arnis / Kali / Eskrima
  • BJJ / Jiu-Jitsu
  • Bagua
  • Boxing
  • Capoeira
  • Fencing
  • Hapkido
  • Iaido
  • Judo
  • Jun Fan / Jeet Kune Do
  • Kajukenbo
  • Karate / Kempo
  • Kendo
  • Ninjutsu
  • Poekoelan
  • Shaolin Kung Fu
  • Taekwondo
  • Taiji
  • Tanglang Quan
  • Wing Chun
  • Wrestling
  • Wushu
  • Xingyi
  • and more

I maintain a convenient and comprehensive search engine for Seattle martial arts. You are welcome to use it, link to it directly, or even embed the search box in your own website or blog.

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5 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Cathy Ortiz // May 9, 2010

    I am looking for a “support women’s group” for women in martial arts. I am currently with an orange belt in karate, and lessons are very hit and miss with sensei. Need a support group (not a new dojo) to meet up with so that I can get a broader range of insight and learnings from other women.
    Thank you. Cathy Ortiz

  • 2 Chris // May 9, 2010

    Cathy, you can and should sign up on DojoScore. You can add the message above to your public profile. Local female martial artists are more likely to find you there, than here.

  • 3 Bonnie // Apr 3, 2011

    Cathy,

    Try coming to open sparring at Seven Star Women’s Kung Fu – third Sunday of every month, and a chance to meet with other women martial artists (men are also welcome to come to the open sparring) while getting some practice in.

    http://www.7starwomenskungfu.org/

  • 4 Ethan // May 7, 2012

    I’m a 16 yr old guy looking for a ninjutsu within 5 miles of ballard

  • In My Dojo, Cheaters And Failures Are Welcome // Aug 25, 2008

    [...] out with the best available partners is a given. It may not be enough. The greater Seattle area contains nearly one hundred different dojos, but residents of most cities and towns have fewer and less impressive options. This is why I [...]

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