Joe Cooper's Impact Karate
About this pro
As a police officer with over 24 years of police experience, I know the importance of learning self defense. After intense research, I came across Mr. Cooper, a very humble and exteremely knowlegeable instructor. I have witnessed this National and State Karate Champion patiently instruct both children and adults. I am happy to say that I am one of Mr. Cooper's students who continues to be amazed by his knowledge and ability to instruct in a friendly class setting. You will be amazed what a great stress relief that a karate class can bring!Jul 19, 2011
I think Joe is a wonderful teacher for both kids and adults. We now work with him as a whole family he's so good. My son is learning respect, self control, my husband is streching his flexiblity and I may learn to hit with real power rather than like a girl. I highly recommend his classes for everyone.Apr 13, 2011
Joe Cooper was my girls' karate instructor when they were younger. They both loved the class! Joe taught them respect, honor and self defense. I found they both really enjoyed the class though it was tough and challenging at times. Joe has a way with kids to get them to learn and have fun at the same time! I'd highly recommend him!!!Jan 29, 2011
Master Cooper is an excellent instructor and very patient with the tiny tigers. He has trained under numerous instructors and continues to train to this day. Outside of the classes he's a pretty fun guy to hang out with and works a lot with law enforcement programs. Can't say enough good things about the man.Jan 29, 2011
Joe is one of the best teachers of martial arts. He strongly believes in helping his students achieve excellent form and technique. His martial arts is very practical and useful coming from the different forms of martial arts. His students always do well in competition.Jan 28, 2011
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?All programs are 4 weeks in length with a total of 8 classes. Rates are per month "no contracts"
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?Always go and watch a class and see if the school or instructor will allow you or your child to try a free class before deciding whether or not to join.