Q: Who is Heiho Dojo, and how are we different?
A: Heiho Dojo is a full-time Martial Arts & fitness facility based in Grande Prairie Alberta that teaches Martial arts to people and families in a strong & safe atmosphere. We believe that anyone can benefit from training regardless of age, injury or experience.
Q: What Martial Arts styles does Heiho Dojo teach?
A: We teach 3 Styles of Martial Arts: Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Kenpo Karate, and Muay Thai Kickboxing. Not sure what each style is? Click here for a better explanation.
Q: When do classes start?
A: Both Adult and Youth Martial Arts programs run year round. The curriculums are structured so a person can join at anytime and still progress. There are no specific start dates, new students can start anytime.
Q: Where is Heiho Dojo located?
A: 10015 100th Ave. Grande Prairie. Right beside Cash Canada Pawn Shop, and across the street from Midwest Furniture on Main Street. Just come to the door and hit the buzzer.
Q: Why would I choose these styles of Martial Arts?
A: There are 4 ranges of combat, when choosing a Martial Arts style, try to pick one that teaches at least 2 zones, that is why most practitioners choose Kickboxing and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu to cover all 4 zones. More on zones of combat on our YouTube channel.
Q: What time are the classes?
A: Heiho Dojo has both morning/evening classes and if those don't work we can book a private session at almost any time! Check out our schedule here:
Q: What does it cost?
A: Heiho Dojo has many different program options:
-Martial Art Groups (Kids/Adults)
-Martial Arts Private Lessons (Kids/Adults)
Some packages start at $50 per month, but we offer a FREE class or assessment to every new student. Not every student has the same schedule or needs, so we give a free trial class so we can introduce you to the sport/fitness and help you build a custom program that suits you or your families time and/or financial budgets.
Q: At what age do you start children?
A: Heiho Dojo starts kids as young as 3, but every child is unique and that can be too early for some little ones; the best thing to do is try it at no cost or contract.