What we do
- We teach how criminals commit personal and violent crimes.
- We teach how and why they will choose you, and how to avoid being chosen.
- We teach
methods of assault/muggings and armed/unarmed combat.
- We teach counters based on the the kinds of attacks you will face
While we are keen Martial Artists, we are not here to teach you a particular style of Karate, Kung Fu, NHB, Jeet Kun Do, Jiu Jitsu or any other system of combat, and you will learn why training to fight is largely to your detriment.
you will learn from us is how to recognise,
assess and avoid, or effectively deal with
hazardous situations by teaching you the
actual threat. If your perception of
"self-defence" is fighting then you possess only a limited understanding of what is just one element of the problem of crime and violence. Using "self-defence" means that things have become violent, and you are thus attempting damage control. However, no
amount of damage control is EVER superior
to preventing the situation from happening
in the first place.
give talks and demonstrations on crime and
violence, emphasising awareness and
avoidance based on our study of criminals,
gang members, the nature of violence and
violent people in this country as well as
information gathered from respected
international sources. Both crime and
violence are a process, a process
that can be largely recognised and dealt
with without resorting to physical combat.
the time to learn and understand this.
Criminals practice, they gather experience
- they spend time studying you. Now it's
your turn to know your enemy and take
rational steps to avoid becoming a victim.
Just being an aware individual is a major
deterrent. Paranoia can be defined as
awareness without knowledge - yet once you
have awareness with knowledge you have a
tool that will enhance your quality of life.
the difference between criminal
assault/criminal strategy and
(sports-based) Martial Arts is grasped we
teach suitable counters and responses based
on the now known threat. The aim is to end the altercation as rapidly as possible. The less time spent engaging a violent assailant the less likely you are to be hurt.