Wagner’s Martial Arts

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Styles We Teach

Modern KajuKenpo Karate is a martial art using kicks, punches, elbows and knees that is designed for realistic street defense. Kenpo is a modern term describing one of the more innovative systems of the martial arts which originally started in Hawaii, is heavily practiced in the Americas…

Our Master Instructor

Deane Wagner has been in martial arts since 1980. He competed and was nationally ranked in point and full contact tournaments and holds black belts in many different styles including Tae Kwon Do, Hapkido, Hwa Rang, Kenpo, Modern KajuKenpo, Aikido and Budokan Jujitsu..

Calendar of Events

See our Class Schedule along with special events coming up. WMA Academy has many guest instructors and gurus in from all across the United States teaching different styles of martial arts..

Contact Us

If you need directions, or are interested in more information about becoming a student, fill out our contact form, send us an email, or give us a call. Feel free to stop by to visit us during one of our classes as well. We would love to discuss your future in martial arts with you.

Training Today’s Champions for Tomorrow’s Future

Wagner’s Martial Arts Academy (WMAA) is a family-friendly martial arts academy. We provide a relaxed and positive atmosphere in which to receive quality martial arts instruction. A common testimony we hear from our students and even the family members of our students is “we not only are learning self-defense but we now have a place where we belong and feel like family.” The styles we teach here at WMAA are reality-based systems of self-defense and combat. You’ll find on this website serveral different styles, take some time to look them over, we literally have something for everyone!

7th Degree Black Belt News

We here at Wagner’s Martial Arts Academy would like to give a huge congratulations to our Head Instructor Deane Wagner for achieving his 7th Degree Black Belt in Modern Kajukenpo! Deane has trained very hard at perfecting his technique to make Kajukenpo an extremely effective reality-based combat style. We would also like thank everyone on the Black Belt panel for testing Deane. Keep training and stay tuned for more exciting events!!!  The Marietta Times wrote an article about Deane’s accomplishment.  You can read it here:  http://www.mariettatimes.com/page/content.detail/id/539739/Q-A–Martial-artist-earns-seventh-degree-black-belt.html

Letter of Commendation

This training is not for everyone. If you enjoy being a victim, this is not for you. However, if you are an honest citizen in need of the skills necessary to protect yourself and your loved ones from evil, this training is for you. If your profession is to protect good people from those who would do them harm, this is the advanced training you need to succeed where others would fail. I find this a fine balance of the skills necessary not just to survive, but to win!

I was introduced to Deane Wagner in 1995 by a mutual friend while seeking a serious training partner. Deane was a great fighter then, and the years of training since have distilled him into a more efficient “Artist” than I could have imagined. I’ve studied numerous martial arts since 1986, and I find Deane’s system one of the most relevant to the real world I’ve encountered. When the only acceptable outcome to a violent attack is for you to win, you need a professional “Warrior” with the heart of a teacher. I can recommend Deane as an Instructor without hesitation.

Sgt. Larry D. Kearns
Deputy Sheriff/ SWAT