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Aikido

Baltimore Aikido is an effective, practical method of unarmed self-defense, promoting physical fitness, awareness, proper breathing, posture, and balance.
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Arnis

Arnis is a Filipino martial art of self-defense that incorporates empty hands, swords, sticks, daggers, clubs, lances, and several projectile weapons.
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Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu

Baltimore Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, or Baltimore BJJ, is taught at the Baltimore Martial Arts Academy in Catonsville Maryland. Baltimore Martial Arts has been teaching Baltimore BJJ and Mixed Martial Arts MMA since 1995. We have specialized classes to accommodate the complete beginner.
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Capoeira

Capoeira is the Afro-Brazilian martial art that takes its roots during the colonial era of Brazil. Capoeira combines music, dance, acrobatics, play and martial elements into a dynamic ritual fight.
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Judo

Judo, or “the gentle way”, is a modern Japanese martial art and combat sport that originated in Japan in the late 19th century but is now practiced around the world. In a Judo match, a competitor can throw an opponent to the ground.
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Kung Fu

Kung Fu is among the most distinctive and ancient of the martial arts, having evolved from human observation of and respect for nature. Kung Fu simulates the movements of nature’s most graceful.
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MMA

Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) is a full contact combat sport that allows a wide variety of fighting techniques, from a mixture of martial arts traditions and non-traditions.
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Muay Thai Kickboxing

Baltimore Muay Thai is offered at the Baltimore Martial Arts Academy in Catonsville, MD. Our professional Muay Thai Kickboxing program is offered for both beginner and advanced students, men and women.
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Penjak Silat

Silat is a general term that is applied to hundreds of fighting styles throughout SouthEast Asia. Because of its focus on blade techniques, joint-breaks, and "dirty fighting," it has sometimes been regarded as an unscrupulous jungle art.
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