Currently available only for Schools and associations;
From 6 years old to 15 years old:
Kids and Teens program differs from that of adults while respecting the basic principles of Krav Maga. They will learn the techniques of self-defence and awareness to security issues specific to them through exercises and games adapted to their age.
Our Kids and Teens programs incorporate such important issues as personal safety and building strong leadership. Our dynamic programs that instructs students in realistic self defence, motivates them to improve their overall level of fitness & enriches them with crucial life skills so that they can become leaders in all aspects of their life.
Coordination, flexibility, respect, discipline, focus, sportsmanship, teamwork, self-confidence, manners and common sense are just some of the life skills carefully woven into our program.
Why practice Krav Maga instead of a traditional martial art?
Krav Maga is not a sport or a martial art. It is a system of self-defence. It will teach your Kids and Teens how to identify dangerous situations and how to avoid them or how to act. The programs will teach real life self defence, build your child’s confidence in decision making, deal with physical and verbal bullying.
Through this training program, the instructor will educate your child about the importance of:
- Learning personal safety
- Address physical and verbal bulling
- Making their bodies powerful
- Enriching their minds
- Building strong character
- Creating rewarding experiences Anti-Bullying and Anti-Abduction
The Anti-Abduction section:
Safety around strangers and dangerous adults Getting lost (safety checklist, names, address, phone number) Abduction awareness, detection, and avoidance How to physically break away and escape the grasp of a would be abductor In our courses, your child will be safely put into adrenalin mode and coached through mock, mildly threatening scenarios. Your child will learn verbal and body language skills that can prevent an attack as well as defences against physical threats.
The program includes solutions to conflicts or violent situations that are most typical for each age group. They learn how to avoid or prevent these events , but in cases where the aggressor engages in physical contact they learn how to protect themselves from slaps, punches, kicks, shirt grabbing, neck grabbing, choking, attempts to throw to the ground and how to deal with the situation if thrown to the ground. Children also learn important skills such as break-falling and rolling that will assist them to get away unharmed from falls in different situations whether static (standing) or in motion (walking, running, skates, cycling, etc.).
Another important aspect for children is dealing with situations in which they might be attacked by adults (criminal assault or sexual abuse). Training the children to recognize possible danger situations, what is the best way to avoid them and if need be, how to protect themselves in the event of physical contact. Self-defence in these cases is based on using the element of surprise combined with a strong and accurate blow to a vulnerable body part, making an escape, ask for help and report to their parents about the incident.
For more information please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org