Because the face of violence evolves over years, we ensure that our self-defence techniques and trainings stay in line with the reality of the world we live in.
- Helping people to build their self-confidence and self awareness;
- Helping people to understand the timeline of an aggression;
- Helping people to protect their loved ones;
- Helping people to survive to any kind of assault;
Our mission is to provide practical and realistic self-defence training for people of all backgrounds and abilities while remaining faithful to the roots of Krav Maga.
Our teaching includes:
- Self awareness;
- Identifying the risk factors in daily life;
- The basics of body language in self-defence context;
- How to act on the timeline of an aggression;
- Prevention, avoidance, de-escalation and evasion tactics to escape from problems before they occur;
- Soft techniques to solve physical problems without the need for increased violence;
- Self-defence techniques taught in a confined space such as a car or a building;
- VIP protection techniques applied to our loved ones;
- How to be prepared to face a violent conflict;
- How to fight back when it is time;
- How to exploit your enemy weaknesses to create maximum damage as quickly as possible.
- No rules and no limits when it is time to fight back;
- Self-defence advanced techniques street fight-based designed for the primary goal of survival;
- Hand to hand combat techniques;
- Fighting against one or several attackers;
- Team work in a street fight context;
- To use any kind of weapons to fight;
- Defending armed attacks and threats from knives, sticks, bottles and firearms;
- How to protect ourselves and our loved ones in a mass shooting context.
- How to report all incidents;
As 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.
Our instructional Krav Maga goals include:
- To promote conflict resolution in the spirit of cooperation;
- To promote that fighting is mostly avoidable and as such everyone must do best to deescalate any situation that could turn violent.
- To negotiate for peace while always be prepared for war.
- Loudly announcing the intention of not wanting to fight as violence is the absolute last resort.
- 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 that all civilian should get at least the basics of First Aid Training;
- To promote the value of having family emergency plan;
- To promote to be self-sufficient in our daily life;
- To promote respect to veterans and our army;
- To promote respect to all first responders;
- To promote respect to every human being, regardless of race, religion or gender.