Training Memberships for Japanese Sword Fighting From R140 with South African Kendo Federation (Up To 70% Off)
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In a Nutshell
Learn to swashbuckle like a pro with Training Memberships for Japanese Sword Fighting at one of five dojos.
The Fine Print
Validity: Valid until 24 September 2014
Purchase: One Groupon per person; one additional may be bought as a gift.
Redemption: Reservation required: Bookings are to be sent to the SAKF to firstname.lastname@example.org. A registration form will have to be completed and sent back together with Groupon voucher to email@example.com. All reservations to be made within 14 days of purchasing Groupon. Reservation cannot be moved once made. No-shows forfeit Groupon.
Further Information: Valid Tuesdays to Saturdays. Not valid for pregnant women. The participant is to also indicate which dojo they want to attend for the 3 months A confirmation email to be sent back to participant as well as the dojo-representative of the dojo they will participate in. If you purchase option 3 you will recieve a free grading registration fee (Valued at R80). Picture displayed is only a representation. Subject to availability.Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
Besides dirty looks, shin-kicking and screaming for your mommy, humans do not have many self-defence mechanisms. Add to your arsenal with Japanese Sword Fighting training memberships at the South African Kendo Association.
Choose between these options:
Pay R140 for a one-month training membership, valued at R400
Pay R265 for a two-month training membership, valued at R800
Pay R360 for a three-month training membership, valued at R1 200
Aspiring fighters choose a dojo and get themselves up to three months of training, two or three times a week, designed to teach them the art of Japanese sword fighting.
Available at the following locations:
More About The South African Kendo Federation
Martial artists choose from five dojos to complete their training, with class times and schedules varying from dojo to dojo. Promoting Kendo, Iaido and Jodo training through development and promotional programs, The South African Kendo Federation was formed in 1990. Dedicated to making Kendo more known in South Africa, the Federation also has an active development program for previously disadvantaged communities.