Dues

There are no enrollment contracts at Unbridled Martial Arts.

  • All members train and pay on a month-to-month basis.
  • Membership requires a donation of $50 each month.
  • Provide exact change.
  • Arriving with three $20 bills simply means you wish to donate an extra $10 to the school.

With our dues structure, you actually get paid to train!

We reward attendance. Come to at least 2 evening classes each week and get $5 back. You must be at the last class of the month to collect; otherwise you forfeit your entire rebate for the month. This system rewards students who train regularly and asks more of students whose sporadic attendance requires more attention when they do come.

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We have a flat rate policy. You pay $50 the first class of each month you attend. If you start midmonth you pay more per class than you would if you came earlier in the month. You still get $5 back for every week you train at least 2 of 3 classes. Months that end midweek, you’ll get your money back the last class of the month, but your credit for that week will apply to the next month.

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There are extra classes at no additional cost for active members.

See the UMA weekday schedule for details and class times. Classes are taught in Bellingham, WA, near Western Washington University. Call or email for directions. The total number of classes ranges from 12-15 sessions per month.

After the $20 attendance rebate, your donation expense averages $2.00-$2.50 per class. Visit Testimonials to read what others have said about the caliber of instruction and workout they received at UMA, and determine if the expense of $2.50 is worth it to you.

Even if you are on the right track, you’ll get run over if you just sit there.

Will Rogers
Testimonial

I have studied martial arts for several years, under many different instructors in a number of styles. The common threads I’ve found in quality training have always been a focus on progression in a supportive and open atmosphere, not an obsession with egos, domination or ranks. Meaningless goals like belt levels tend to force students to stay fixed on a destination, while missing the journey. Competitiveness usually only alienates people from the true purpose of martial arts – to learn valuable skills and techniques that can protect self and others, while achieving new levels of physical fitness and cultivating higher mental discipline. Rob’s teaching embodies the best philosophies and concepts in a training program that can be beneficial for everyone. UMA‘s curriculum is truly rewarding for those who put their full effort into it. We train hard, sometimes go at it with as much realism as possible (without resulting in serious injury) and keep it all tempered with positive martial philosophy and the freedom to adapt the technique to work for us, instead of following some prescribed regimen in verbatim. UMA is the highest example of a martial arts school where quality training and learning override business and status and I am very lucky to be a student here.

~ Dave Hutchinson

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