FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
Can anyone train at AKA?
YES! Anyone can train at AKA. You don't have to be a professional or aspiring fighter. We pride ourselves on teaching any experience level from the first day beginner to those that want to compete. .
Do you offer a free trial?
Absolutely. We offer a free trial day of classes of any of our classes on our regular schedule, with the exception of sparring. You are able to take multiple classes during your trial day and use the facillty during normal business hours.
How do I get a free trial day? Do I need an appointment?
All you need to do to get a free trial day is to show up 10-15 minutes before class and fill out a waiver form. If you are under 18 you will need to bring a parent or guardian to sign the form. We offer free trials to new clients who are local residents. If you are from outside the area, you are welcome to purchase a day pass anytime.
What do I need to bring to a Kickboxing/MMA class?
We ask that you provide your own equipment for the kickboxing/MMA classes for general health reasons. We will provide loaner gloves on your trial day. Dress in comfortable workout attire (tshirt & shorts or workout pants) and bring your own towel. Classes are taught barefoot unless you have boxing/wrestling shoes.
What do I need to bring to a Jiu Jitsu Class?
Since we offer both GI and NO GI Jiu Jitsu classes, we ask that you dress apprpriately for each class. The GI classes require a GI (with the exception of your free trial day). We do not have an official "GI dress code" and allow any belt level to wear any color GI. For NO GI classes we ask that you wear a rashguard or tight fitting shirt with MMA style shorts (no pockets, zippers or button) or compression pants.
What is the youngest age children can train?
We offer classes for children starting at age 4. We suggest that all children attend a free trial day to make sure they enjoy the class(es) as well as making sure they are ready for instructor lead classes.
How do I sign up?
You can sign up in person at AKA or online. To sign up online, click the sign up now button and select the program and payment option you would like.
Can I put my membership on hold?
Yes, you can put your membership on hold if you get injured (with a doctor's note) or have extenuating circumstances that require you not to be able to train. You will need to inform us as immediately following the injury and in advance of anything else.
How do I cancel my membership?
Month to month memberships require a 30 day notice notice via email or certified letter prior to your next billing cycle.