Chamberlain Studios of Self Defense


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214-351-5367 (KENPO)
2114 Kidwell St.
Dallas, Texas 75214

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Private Lessons

There are many great reasons that you may wish to take a private lesson (or a series of private lessons) with one of our instructors. Some of these are listed below:

  •  Your busy work schedule doesn't allow for you to take the regularly scheduled group classes and the flexibility of private lessons makes more sense for your schedule.
  • You may have a specific area of interest that is not covered in-depth in the group classes.  Such as weapons training, grappling (jiu-jitsu), throws, etc.
  • You may be getting ready for a special event such as a Belt Test, a Workshop, or a Tournament.
  • Special attention, if you have been out sick, on vacation, or just plain out of touch!

 

COSTS:

  • Private classes with a Black Belt instructor are $75/hour or $40 for a half hour.
  • Semi-private classes are $60/hour per person or $30 for a half hour.
  • Private classes with a Master Level (Shihan) Instructors are $120 for an hour or $65 for a half hour (if purchased in a pack of 10 lessons the cost goes down to $100 per hour).
  • Private classes with Professor Level Instructors are $400 for an hour (if purchased in a pack of 10 lessons the cost goes down to $350 per hour).  Professor Level Instructors include Dr. Chamberlain (10th Dan, Kenpo - See Bio), Sensei Jim Webb (8th Dan, USJA Judo), and Sensei Bill Parker (6th Dan, USJA Judo).

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If you have any more questions please e-mail us at: info@dallaskenpo.com or call the school at 214-351-KENPO (5367), and one of our friendly, knowledgeable instructors will be happy to help you.

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