Class Times

Classes are held three nights a week. Doors open at 6pm.

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Tuesdays / Thursdays – Stand-up Fighting

Doors open at 6pm. Class begins promptly at 6:15pm and ends at 7:15. We typically begin with a 15-20 minute workout followed by drills involving punching, kicking, clinch fighting, and occasionally takedowns & grappling.

Wednesdays – Weapons & Ground Fighting

Doors open at 6pm for Weapons class. Class begins promptly at 6:15pm and ends at 7:00. Class will focus on stick and knife drills, patterns, and sparring. Students are encouraged to purchase their own stick sparring gear, though a limited supply of rental gear is available. Ground Fighting class begins at 7:00pm and ends at 7:45. Class consists of grappling & Jiu Jitsu drills and free-rolling. Students may participate with or without a Gi.

Additional free classes available to UMA Students

Saturdays – Combat Conditioning

On Saturday mornings, UMA students and their friends & families are welcome to join us for combat conditioning workouts. Doors open at 9:00am and the workout begins promptly at 9:30. First-time attendees are encouraged to arrive at least 15 minutes early to learn proper kettlebell and TRX technique. Workouts are planned based on total RSVP’s: attendees must register in advance by emailing the instructor or signing up online each week by 6:00pm on Friday. Be sure to check the calendar in advance.

Fridays – Volunteer at Max Higbee Rec Center

Students are encouraged to share their passion for the martial arts and be of service to their community. This session is bi-monthly and is held on the 1st and 3rd Friday of every month. To learn more, read about UMA’s adaptive martial arts program.

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Anais Nin
Testimonial

I love the martial arts. I previously trained at two different schools in the area, learning various styles and traditions. However, the cost and contracts of both of those other schools eventually became a burden that I did not want to bear. So I resigned myself to the thought that I would not get to pursue my love for martial arts until I became rich … that is, until I discovered Unbridled Martial Arts. Initially I was attracted to Unbridled mainly because of the low cost and lack of contract. However, from my initial class with Rob Eis and thereafter, I found several other things about Unbridled that I greatly appreciated. First of all, Rob is a talented martial artist himself and displays strong abilities with a humble attitude. He is also a good communicator and is able to guide his students well on the path to becoming better martial artists themselves. The class setting is informal and friendly. I get a great workout and learn something new every time I go. There are no stuffy uniforms or traditions to worry about (and if you’re into martial arts merely to claim that black belt, you’re in it for the wrong reasons). Rob presents techniques from a variety of martial arts, a nice change from the attitude in many schools that their form is the best — not to mention that it makes classes interesting because you never know quite what to expect next. In short, I would recommend Unbridled Martial Arts to anyone who wants to learn self-defense, get a good workout, meet friendly people, and not cut deeply into their budget to do so!

~ Paul Peterson, Graphic Designer

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