Class Schedule

Interactive Overview of Martial Arts Benefits

Karate Quest Little Champions (Ages3-5):
Mondays and Wednesdays at 6:00 PM
Tuesdays and Thursdays at 4:30 Pm

This class develops the young students ability to listen, follow and do the basic skills of a Martial Artist. The classes are age appropriate with a child safety curriculum and is taught in a way that the repetition is masked as play through the games, drills and challenging obstacles for motor skill development. This is a phenomenal class for the preschool age child.

Karate Quest Kids (Ages 6-10):
Mondays and Wednesdays at 4:30 PM
Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6:00 PM

This class is where the universal fundamentals of Chinese Kenpo Karate are taught and lays the foundation of a serious Martial Artist who is beginning a path to Black Belt. The physical and mental skills required to advance are covered together with drills that keep the classes fun and exciting for the young Martial Artist. The Self-Defense aspect of the training has a foundation of conflict avoidance and heightened awareness of potential risk so as to avoid the need for the physical skills that they are taught together with the knowledge of when they must apply them. With a curriculum that prepares the students to be better members of their family and better citizens of their community and nation this class is every bit as important to a child’s development as their academic learning.

Karate Quest Teens (Ages 12-15):
Mondays and Wednesdays at 6:00 PM
Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6:45 PM

The Karate Quest Teens class focuses on a solid Self-Defense curriculum and personal mastery of goal setting and leadership skills. In essence the Karate Quest Teens are training to be future adults armed with all of the skills necessary to negotiate the world they live in wherever they may go. The Karate Quest Teens may also earn the privilege of training in the adult class prior to their 16th birthday.

Karate Quest Adults:
Mondays and Wednesdays at 6:45 PM
Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7:30 PM

The Karate Quest Adults is a complete Self-Defense class that provides fitness, fun and unparalleled skills that can save your life someday should you ever have to use them. Of course, a common sense approach to avoiding potential risk is covered at every turn. This course benefits not only from the premier system of Self-Defense system, but the instructor’s real world insights and experience as a Deputy, Detective, and U.S. Secret Service Special Agent and Defensive/Control Tactics Instructor. No theories, just what works.  Learn to manage a Self-Defense situation like it never even happened!

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu:
Tuesdays & Thursdays: noon-1:30pm
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) is a martial art, combat sport and a self-defense system that focuses on grappling.  It teaches that a smaller, weaker person can successfully defend against a bigger, stronger assailant by using leverage, angles and proper technique.  All BJJ classes are taught by Marcelo Alonso BJJ Black Belt Cody Houston.
Cage Kenpo Striking, Kickboxing, MMA:
Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 8:30pm-9:30
The striking classes taught at Karate Quest are taught by the best coaches around.  These classes cover the fundamentals of Muay Thai, Western style boxing and American Kickboxing.  With a focus on self-defense and MMA application we modify our the various techniques of these styles to apply against any and all styles of martial arts.   All classes are taught Cody Houston and John Keay, the head coaches and founder of West Coast Fight Club, and now through Houston’s United Combat Sports (HUCS).  The friday sparring requires a coaches permission but all skill levels are welcome and present.
Training and Conditioning:
Monday, Wednesday, Friday:  7:30
The Houston’s United Combat Sports (HUCS) team training session(s) cover a wide variety of areas and are taught by Cody Houston.  All are welcome but coaches permission is recommended.  These sessions are used to help prepare the competition team for various events (MMA, Grappling, Boxing) and are a great workout.
Karate Quest Law Enforcement Only:
Most Mondays at 8:15 PM

This is a training time for current Law Enforcement Officers (LEOs). Participants range from Local Reserves to Federal Agents and is a melting pot of the most advanced contemporary training methods to keep our public servants at their best. This training time is free of charge for all current LEOs.


6 thoughts on “Class Schedule

  1. Mick,

    Nice to see that you were able to make this dream of yours a thriving reality. Good for you, my friend. I hope you and yours are all doing great.

    Sam and I just had our second child (Jacob) and his big brother (Robby) is thrilled. We’re still in Kirkland though my t-number is expected any day for a move back to DC.

    Drop me a line sometime and we’ll catch up.

    God bless,


  2. Hi Mick,

    I have been studying the martial arts for over 30 years and I have to say that you and your family have helped me take it to another level.

    I’m going to change my reservation to SF so that I can compete in the Golden Gate International. See what you have done.

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