King County is currently in Phase 3

We can teach in our studio again as of January 11th.  Class sizes will be limited to 50% capacity. As classes are limited in size, all classes are by appointment only at this time.  Students may call or email us to set up an in-person class.


We continue to provide our online classes and you can see the schedule on the classes page.  Videos and one-on-one virtual lessons are also available. Links to our online classes are mailed out each month and also posted on every rank page.  Students are encouraged to attend additional rank-appropriate classes to get more training time.  Please let us know if you need any help accessing your class.


You can also join SBN Jennifer Saturday mornings on Facebook Live for our mini cardio kickboxing classes. If you miss the live feed, you can watch later on our True Martial Arts - Overlake Facebook page.

Ensuring the safety of our students, their families, and our instructors in studio:

  • All instructors are required to wear properly fitting cloth face masks.

  • All students and observers will also need to wear properly fitting cloth face masks.

  • Locker room doors will be propped open and students must come to the studio in uniform. Gear bags can be stored neatly under the observation benches at this time.

  • We are also limiting classes to 45 minutes at this time to allow for cleaning between classes.

  • Students must have their own martial arts gear. There will be no equipment available to borrow.

  • Everyone that enters the studio must use hand sanitizer when they enter.

  • Please enter the big room by the door near the trophy case.

  • The door near the desk is for exit only.

  • Please allow ample space between people for social distancing to enter and leave the small room.

  • Students will also have to use hand sanitizer prior to entering the training floor.

  • Contact drills are allowed by Washington State Governor's Office. That said, we are not going to require sparring, grappling, or other contact drills for students that are not comfortable doing so at this time. Please speak with your instructor about your comfort level.

Staying informed and helping

Like everyone we are staying up to date on the latest news, recommendations and safety requirements.


Please check back here to stay informed about how the school is coping with the pandemic while still working to serve our community.

Many people are struggling right now and if you can help please donate to HopeLink, a local non-profit organization working to end poverty in our community, and that we have supported in the past with food drives.