What Is Rhythm / KickBoxing Class?


What is Rhythm / Kickboxing class? As many of you know, getting in your weekly exercise is as important as it in difficult. Rhythm / Kickboxing is a way to have a lot of fun doing a martial arts class that keeps you engaged and enthusiastic and helps you do more than you would be able to with just the routine of exercise. We use music in the same way it’s been used for centuries in dance and ritual to keep the body moving and to build a group choreography that helps us keep going. Most of my classes use Electronic Dance Mesic (EDM) for the music of the class because of the heavy beat and the way that it motivates us to keep on moving.

The rhythm / kickboxing class offered in Burbank is for all ages and abilities and focuses on exercise, coordination, and martial arts tradition to engage the full body and have a lot of fun. More fun exercising then you ever thought you could have! Join us for a free class trial or 2 week trial ($28) Mondays and Wednesdays from 7pm-8pm.

Check out the video to the right to see some of the basic 4 count, 2 count, and every count moves we learn in our dance fighting!

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Master Mo Williams was born in a small town in Washington State where he spent his days camping, hiking, and backpacking. After moving to Los Angeles, he discovered Pa Kua and it changed his life. He credits his practice with both his physical and mental successes. More than that, he found a home in World Pa Kua that gave him a purpose. Master Williams teaches both adults and kids. He holds a black belt in martial arts and is currently training for his second black belt in weapons. As the newest addition to the team, Master Williams hopes to give kids and adults a safe place where they can discover their true selves.

“You don’t have to feel stuck, you don’t have to let anxiety control your life. We all deserve to be treated with respect and to hold our heads up high. That’s what I want each of my students to understand.”