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Fred Villari's Studio Of Self Defense - Barre, VT

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Fred Villari's Studio Of Self Defense
65 Elm Street
Barre, VT
802-479-0661

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10 / 10
I have been training with Fred since 1989, he is an outstanding teacher for the young and old. I would highly recommend his studio.
MB - Graniteville, Vt
Reviewed Sep 6, 2011 8:10PM
 
10 / 10
I completely disagree with Susan. My sister and I took karate with Freddie when i was younger, about 8-10 years old. I later dropped out because it wasn't really "my" thing, but at the time I thought he was an awesome instructer! He was really patient, and no matter how good or bad of a job you were doing, he was always there rooting you on and pushing you to be your best. I would absolutely recommend him to anyone.
Kasey - Barre, VT
Reviewed Sep 1, 2011 6:39AM
 
10 / 10
Fred LaPan taught my oldest son a few years back and I thought him an outstanding teacher. I highly recommend his school to anyone interested in children's martial arts in the Barre area.
Angie C. - Anchorage, AK
Reviewed Mar 1, 2011 4:46AM
 
10 / 10
Brilliant martial artist. Exceptional rapport with children. Seemingly infinite patience. A genuinely fine human being. Master LaPan is a man I am proud to call my sensei and friend.
TM - Barre, VT
Reviewed Oct 7, 2010 9:20PM
 
10 / 10
Mr. Lapan is not only a dedicated martial artist but also a very good teacher; a "people person" with a great sense of humor and a good communicator. His thoughts are lightning fast as well as his moves.I really do not know WHAT the comment about "egotisical"...( yes , there are degrees of that in everyone .I did NOT find this excessive in him-show me ONE PERSON who isn't - particularly those who point it out in others..."only interested n young women"...Are you an old woman? I also did not see an excessive amount of gender bias behavior...I totally respect him
Philip Hagopian - Yerevan,Armenia, Vt
Reviewed Aug 8, 2010 4:18PM
 
10 / 10
I've been a student with Freddie and later a student of Freddie and he has instructed my 3 children. He is a top level martial artist and EXCELLANT instructor. Great with adults - Awesome with children.
E J G - Arcadia, FL
Reviewed Jul 21, 2010 9:41PM
 
10 / 10
I disagree completely with Susan's review. Our experience with Master Freddie was top notch. The lessons are structured with a great message at the end - teaching children how to be responsible humans. I would HIGHLY recommend this studio to any child looking to boost their self esteem and fitness.
Krista B. - Barre, VT
Reviewed Jan 28, 2010 4:37PM
 
10 / 10
Freddie is the best!!! He really helps young children build confidence.
Bob F. - Barre, VT
Reviewed Jul 26, 2009 3:18PM
 
1 / 10
Instructor Fred LaPan is egotistical and only interested in young women at his studio. I would not recommend him as a teacher
Susan B. - Barre, VT
Reviewed Jun 11, 2009 9:02PM
 
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