Our Location & Facility

Krav Maga Seattle™ offers an expansive, clean, premium training facility for our members.  Our 6,500 square foot facility features two spacious training rooms, 14 hanging heavy bags, our 9' workout rig, treadmills, stairclimbers, and a complete selection of strength and conditioning equipment: barbells, dumbbells, kettlebells, slam balls, med balls, foam rollers, and more. 

We have male, female and unisex restrooms, a shower and changing rooms, two lounge areas for members to sit and hang out, free WiFi, and a full service KMS Store where you can purchase gear, clothing, and gift cards as well as sports drinks and energy snacks so you’ll have the fuel you need to go your hardest in class.  So what are you waiting for?  Come hit things with us! 

Hours

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Address

1009 8th Avenue North, Seattle, WA, 98109

Parking

There is ample on-street parking in front of KMS (both back-in angle and parallel) which costs $1.00/hour until 6:00pm.  After 6:00pm, it’s free!  KMS customers and members can also park in one of the four free parking spaces (marked as “Customer Parking”) in the US Bank parking lot, located at the northeast corner of the building.

Bike racks

There is a bike rack directly in front of KMS for those of us who get around on two wheels.

Bus routes 

The #28 and the #26 buses both stop at Dexter Ave. N. and Aloha St.  Get off here and walk one block east on Aloha down to 8th Ave. N.  Turn left (heading north) on 8th Ave. N.; KMS is about one block up on your left. 

news & events

February 23, 2017 -KMS Chosen as 2016 School of...

January 15, 2017 -OPEN HOUSE: SATURDAY, 1/28

December 8, 2016 -Big things happening in 2017!

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Our Community

At Krav Maga Seattle™, our community is inclusive and supportive.  We welcome members from all backgrounds and experiences.  Krav Maga is not a competitive sport... more

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