Warrior Bridge is a school and community center that trains mind, body and spirit through martial arts, yoga and meditation. Warrior Bridge lies in the shadow of the Brooklyn Bridge, in an intimate “Zen-styled” ground floor space at 275 Water Street in the South Street Seaport.

“Introductory offer: As a new student at Warrior Bridge consider taking advantage of our New Student Special, $75 entitles you to unlimited access to Warrior Bridge classes for two months. Our schedule includes over 30 weekly classes in Yoga, acro, martial arts and meditation. You can check out our full schedule here.


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Kids Classes Start March 2nd!

Beginning March 2nd. Warrior Bridge is excited to launch our Young Warriors program. Our 10 week program will focus on teaching our young warriors the principles of respect, discipline and confidence through self defense and the martial artist mentality. Our young warriors will enjoy walking out of our program having learned fundamental elements of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Karate, Aikido, and Meditation with a focus on self defense and conflict prevention in an engaging, fun, safe and professional environment. Any questions can be directed to sean@warriorbridge.com


Gary Snyder Sensei video interview:

How Martial Arts Train Your Mind And Body – The Huffington Post LIVE, March 19, 2015

Each weekend people from people from all around the city gather at Warrior Bridge to practice AcroYoga, take a look at what a typical Saturday night at Warrior Bridge looks like!

Warrior Bridge was created by Gary Snyder, a Seventh Degree Black Belt in Aikido with over thirty-five years of martial arts training. His vision for Warrior Bridge is to combine Aikido practice with Tai Chi, Jiu Jitsu, Yoga and Meditation, bridging disciplines to allow men and women to be compassionate, strong, and wise “modern warriors”.

Offering over thirty classes a week. Warrior Bridge intends to grow with its students, offering additional classes as its membership develops.

Tai Chi, Aikido and Yoga at Warrior Bridge. Photos by Ray Tamarra.