Because the face of violence evolves over the years, we ensure that our self-defence techniques and trainings stay in line with the reality of the world we live in.
One only has to watch the news to notice an increase in violence. Worldwide, violence fuelled by political agendas is also on the rise. Home invasions, violent muggings, mass shootings, violent riots, domestic terrorism, domestic violence, road rage incidents are, amongst other things, situations we have to be constantly aware of. We can no longer pretend we live in a peaceful world where nothing bad can ever happen to us, and it is up to every single civilian to take up the responsibility to protect their loved ones.
Our Krav Maga is not a traditional or sport-based martial art, there are no competitions, rules and regulations. Instead, it is a reality-based system designed for the primary goal of survival to any kind of assault.
If there ever comes a time when we have to physically defend ourselves, you can bet that the context of circumstance isn’t going to be a funny one. That is why we train hard using realistic, stressful, high-pressure situations. Training under stress is key to survival! There’s no fantasy, no choreography, no kata, nor are there any techniques that exist only in a vacuum. Our Krav Maga training is only about the violent reality of life, because violence and fighting at home or in the street doesn’t abide by rules.
We teach self-defense using realistic scenarios, while remaining faithful to the roots of Krav Maga:
- Evasion tactics to escape from problems before they occur;
- Self-defence for teens and adults.
- Self-defence advanced street fight techniques designed for the primary goal of survival;
- Teamwork in a street fight context;
- Teamwork “Contact and cover” in a threat context,
- Hand to hand combat;
- VIP protection techniques applied to our loved ones;
- First Aid & CPR
- EDC: What you should carry every day.
- To be self aware;
- To identify the risk factors in your daily life;
- To understand the pre-assault indicators: verbal aggression & body language,
- To act on the timeline of an aggression;
- To fight in a confined space such as a car or a building;
- To be prepared to face a violent conflict;
- To exploit your enemy’s weaknesses to create maximum damage as quickly as possible;
- To trap someone in a self-defence context;
- To defend armed attacks and threats from knives, sticks, bottles and firearms…
- To fight with weapons;
- To protect ourselves and our loved ones in a mass shooting context;
- To negotiate for peace while always be prepared for war.
- To engage the enemy only if there is no other choice, but if you must then finish him off immediately.
- To never give up.
- To promote the value of having a family emergency plan;
- To promote to be self-sufficient in our daily life;
- To promote respect of Women & Men, regardless of race and religion.