No Contracts. No Belts. No Kids.
We are the only non-commercial MMA school in Whatcom County solely for teens and adults.
For 35 years, Rob Eis has been dedicated to the practice of martial arts. Inspired by live action Japanese superheroes he watched as a child on TV growing up in Hawaii, Rob’s martial arts career began with the study of traditional Shito-ryu and Goju-ryu Karate at the age of 10. By age 15 he was competing internationally and that year he was the youngest member on the U.S. Junior National Karate Team. Since then, he has studied a multitude of styles that he now teaches to others, including Doce Pares Escrima, Shamrock Submission Fighting, Judo, Western Boxing, Brazilian Jiu-jitsu, JKD concepts, and Muay Thai kickboxing. Learn more
The instructor gives a great workout with a good variety of different moves that would be helpful in different situations. Rob is professional and courteous with everyone and goes the extra distance to make everyone feel welcome. I also feel he does his best to present different levels of work for the various skill levels as they appear.
The price is so affordable, for what you’re teaching. With no contracts, there’s no pressure that you’re going to be stuck with anything. The classes offer great cardio and a friendly environment, where students develop the skills to work partner drills safely through a system of signals. Rob gives each student personal attention. Every single class has something special.
My favorite part of Unbridled Martial Arts was that I left my very first day with self-defense moves that I could use immediately. Each day I attended, I felt like I built upon those moves and learned new moves. By practicing free rolling so soon in my training, I gained confidence in the practice of defending myself. Additionally, I enjoyed the atmosphere. The club was no pressure, and the people were extremely nice. Finally, the price of the class was incomparable, and with no contract I am glad that I can take time off when I need to and feel free to come back. I’m hoping to start back up again either spring or summer, when my busy season subsides. Thanks again for a few wonderful classes.