Three Rivers Martial Arts Academy

Three Rivers Martial Arts Academy


Three Rivers Martial Arts Academy
Livingwell Centre at Energy Fitness, 2343 New Holt Road.
Paducah, KY 42001
United States

A Royce Gracie Jiu-Jitsu Network and affiliate of the Inosanto Academy of Martial Arts, they provide a unique combination of arts that is unrivaled in the western Kentucky area. They have training for all ages, skill, and fitness levels through classes that are functional, accredited, and diverse.


Similar directory entries of 'Three Rivers Martial Arts Academy' . . .
  • Yes, I Can!

    The martial arts is the way to install a positive mental attitude in children of all ages. Our martial arts students are taught a "Yes, I Can" attitude for life-long success. So come join us today!

    2 week introductory course

  • Constructed in 2001, The PAC is unique in the nation as one of a handful of performing arts centers designed and operated by theatre professionals but owned by a public school system. As such, the Kentucky Arts Council, the Southern Arts Federation, the National Endowment for the Arts have all rewarded it for its contributions to the students and community of Hardin County.

  • A Christ-centered college located in Western Kentucky's beautiful four rivers area and largest man-made lakes region.

  • Paducah Gymnastics Academy is Paducah's only full time full service gym, offering day and evening classes to fit the busy parents schedule. Their staff has grown up in the gym, and they offer a friendlier, more knowledgeable facility to train their students in.

  • This Community Christian Academy mission is to provide a Christ-centered environment for the children of area Christian families. They recognize God as the source, means, and purpose for all things and Christ as the origin of all wisdom and knowledge.

  • The Carnegie Visual and Performing Arts Center is a multidisciplinary arts venue for all ages which provides theatre events, educational programs and art exhibitions to the Northern Kentucky and Greater Cincinnati community.

  • The Capitol Arts Center has an illustrious history in the arts and culture of south-central Kentucky. Originally built as a vaudeville house in the late 1890’s, the Columbia Theatre was redesigned as a movie house in the mid-1930’s and renamed the Capitol Theatre. Presenting movies for more than three decades, the theater closed its doors in 1967.