Hero Martial Arts Academy marks 10 years in Spring

Hero Martial Arts Academy is now offering virtual classes and workshops in compliance with social distancing measures due to the coronavirus pandemic. (Courtesy Hero Martial Arts Academy)
Hero Martial Arts Academy is now offering virtual classes and workshops in compliance with social distancing measures due to the coronavirus pandemic. (Courtesy Hero Martial Arts Academy)

Hero Martial Arts Academy is now offering virtual classes and workshops in compliance with social distancing measures due to the coronavirus pandemic. (Courtesy Hero Martial Arts Academy)

Spring-based Hero Martial Arts Academy will be celebrating 10 years of business on April 12. The fitness academy offers martial arts classes for both children and adults and is now holding virtual classes via Zoom video conference calls in order to accommodate for social distancing due to the coronavirus pandemic. The academy is also offering free classes for all Klein ISD students, in addition to virtual parent workshops. Further information on upcoming virtual events can be found on the academy's Facebook page. 832-717-4376. https://heromaa.com


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