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07/14/2013
By: kyle.s.warner
Imperial Wu Tang - Jade Cobra Society
This place is the real deal. Imperial Combat Arts teaches you so much, seriously tests your will, and will change your life for the better if you let this art take a hold. Compared to other martial arts schools, you get way more bang for your buck. I haven't seen any other place that can compare. This is a difficult road to take, without a doubt, but the guidance that the instructors give you along the way is top notch. They devote a lot of their time to helping teach this ancient form of combat. You need to be tough to learn this art, but if you can handle it, you won't be disappointed. Anyone is allowed to give it a try and see for themselves the personal transformation that this school is a catalyst for. Imperial Combat Arts isn't your average martial arts school. I highly recommend it.
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10/26/2016
By: Tori B.
Viewhouse Centennial
The ambiance was awesome. There is a courtyard with fire pits, cod hole, and a large projector playing games. This area of the place is awesome. The restaurant is nice, however the food is under par and over priced. Boyfriend got the chicken and waffles but it was two small chicken cutlets and half a waffle for $16. He was not please to say the least. Then there is an upstairs bar which we did not experience. Overall it's a cool place to grab a drink.
07/13/2013
By: grizzamdubya
Imperial Wu Tang - Jade Cobra Society
Imperial Combat Arts is powerful, lethal, and just simply hardcore. The arts will push you and test your physical and mental ability harder than almost any other training I have seen today. The arts may not be for everyone, but I have learned a great deal about myself and my abilities through these arts. I have fallen in love with them. As these arts spiral out, the more your around it, the more you want it. Test how strong your will power really is.
02/20/2013
By: pinckney
Imperial Wu Tang - Jade Cobra Society
I have actively trained and studied at Imperial Combat Arts for 2 years or more. I must say that I ve never learned more from any school in my life. The marial art has improved my entire being. More importantly, my fighting ability and combat mind are 1000 times better. Always worth my time and sweat. Come check it out!!
07/14/2013
By: pheona
Imperial Wu Tang - Jade Cobra Society
This is some true brutal adult only Martial Arts! The Masters here are approachable and amazing and their demonstrations are powerful no doubt. I trained under Master Aquila in Golden and Conifer in 2001-2004 until I left the U.S. for school. Highly recommended! I love you guys- Peace! Sister Tanner
07/15/2013
By: slie13
Imperial Wu Tang - Jade Cobra Society
Master Aquila and the instructors have great knowledge in combat arts. They can teach you and help you grow in ways you never thought possible. If you truly want to study combat arts I recommend you come in and start training now.
07/13/2013
By: jasonalexander678
Imperial Wu Tang - Jade Cobra Society
Im very impressed with this school and its instructors. I've trained several martial arts and wish I could find a school like this in CA. It was great to visit and train while I was there.
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02/27/2017
By: wendythompson
Viewhouse Centennial
Our server shelbi was amazing and the atmosphere is great! We really enjoy the view and the food and drinks are delicious.
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