• Our Instructor Dean had the opportunity to promote and showcase WI-MAFC in front of the Meridian Group Annual Conference. With over 180 people in attendance, Instructor Dean was able to keep the event engaging, positive, and gave its attendees confidence! Thank you Instructor Dean, for your outstanding work!

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    Halloween Party 2019

    During the week of Halloween, come to our WEST or our NORTH location for potluck style food, fun and games, and even a costume contest! Only $15/person!

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    Sept 7 BJJ Seminar

    Professor Jared Jessup is coming up to Madison this summer to hold another fun, informative workshop that is applicable to our Kids (BullySafe program) as well as our Adults! Click the flyer to see more details on our Facebook page! Questions?  Please talk with your instructor or with Instructor Dean!   We look forward to seeing you all out here at our new location on September 7th!

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    With the efforts done with the Boys and Girls Club, WI-MAFC was featured in a story on NBC15. See the link for the full story: https://www.nbc15.com/content/news/Local-partnership-teaches-kids-martial-arts-540499361.html Outstanding work to Instructor Charles Dean and our school, showcasing the importance of being a part of the community!

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    Summer's Traditional Curriculum Schedule

    Beginning in July, we will be following a new schedule rotation on traditional WI-MAFC nights so each part of the curriculum that students are required to know at their belt promotions receives equal attention during classes. The schedule is organized by topic and week and will be followed by both North and West locations. For example, if 'forms' is one of the topics for a given week, you can expect a portion of class to be devoted to forms on any curriculum night on either side of town for [...]

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    Our tournament this year was an amazing success highlighting the skills of our Black Belts, and showcasing the abilities of our Adaptive students. Thank you everyone who participated.  It takes a lot of courage to stand up in front of your family and peers! Check out some of our photos from the event! Portal not loading?  Click here to view!

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    June 1 BJJ Seminar!

    Professor Jared Jessup is coming up to Madison this summer to hold another fun, informative workshop that is applicable to our Kids (BullySafe program) as well as our Adults! Click the flyer image to see more details about times and prices. Questions?  Please talk with your instructor or with Instructor Dean!   We look forward to seeing you all out here June 1st!

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    Tournament registration form now available online!

    This week marks our last week for pre-registration of our Annual Tournament! Looking to fill out a registration form to bring in?  Click on the image of our registration form to download and print a copy! We look forward to seeing all of you out on the mat for a friendly, competitive day!

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    NBC 15 Crystal Apple Awards

    This evening on NBC 15 at 6pm, our Head Instructor Charles Dean, will be announced as one of the Honorable Mentions of this year's NBC15 Crystal Apple Awards for his contributions to East High! This award holds a lot of meaning as it is voted upon by teachers, students, and other community leaders all around the Madison area!  This is a wonderful achievement showcasing the value of contributing to one's community!  We at WI-MAFC are proud to be part of this recognition, along[...]

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    Branding Updates!

    WI-MAFC is proud to show off our brand new logo! For background: Our logo represents a balance among the three disciplines studied at WI-MAFC with Judo integrated as part of our Jiu Jitsu practice. The scorpion represents the adaptability of our system. The scorpion is beautiful because it is one of the only creatures on this planet that can survive on land, the desert, and water. The scorpion adapts to its environment.  At WI-MAFC we train in order to be adaptable and protect ourselves [...]

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