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Contact Us
We are offering in-person training activities in the Lower Lodge at the Mount Shasta City Park. Send us an email or call and speak with us to sign-up and get additional information.

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Find out what's going on, what you need, and more.

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Try It Out
Everyone is welcome to try our various activity programs for a week; the only cost is time. If you’d like to continue participating after that, we ask for donations to support the program. Note: Your donations to MSMAP may be tax-deductible depending upon your tax situation.

Charter Schools

Our charter school families can fulfill their physical education requirements by participating in MSMAP activities. Contact your child's Education Facilitator for more information about your school providing funding for activities.

Important!

Download our “Rules & Expectations” information sheet to get a quick overview of what we require in the studio.

Learning to tie the belt can be a challenge. Here’s a couple of videos to help.

For further information, please read our "Frequently Asked Questions".

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MSMAP FAQ's

Lots of questions, lots of answers
Our comprehensive list of questions & answers. Many of your main questions are answered here.

MSMAP Schedule

5 Days Each Week!
Join us for lots of training & activities for self-defense, competition, fitness. Separate training for children, pre-teens/teens, and teens/adults. Pick your flavor.

501 Certified

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Details about MSMAP’s non-profit status and the benefits for donors including: What makes MSMAP a non-profit organization? What are the benefits & restrictions? Nonprofit, 501(c)(3), & tax-exempt don’t mean the same thing.