Self Defense Classes

You do not necessarily need to sign up for karate or martial arts to learn simple self defense moves. Properly practiced, Okinawan karate is unique in its usefulness for self defense. The best training focuses on  techniques and  moves that are centered around your God given reflexes. In addition to unarmed training, it must include training in the use of and defense against weapons. Self defense classes are NOT the same as martial arts classes, such as Karate or Jiu-Jitsu. Groundfighting is often the most neglected area of  defense training, unfortunately, it is also one of the most important.

Real Life Self Defense

Students do not need any previous martial arts experience and the classes are open to men and women of all ages. Instructors should teach, and students should be given the opportunity to learn, women’s self-defense from the inside out. From your very first class, you will begin to build a solid arsenal of skills. The Academy fosters a organized safe, professional atmosphere in its classes for you and your family to train. All techniques are taught by experienced Black Belt instructors in a non-threatening, non-intimidating atmosphere. You will learn the 36-core techniques of Gracie Jiu-Jitsu in a fun, safe, and cooperative environment.

Self Defense Or Martial Arts Concepts

Classes are available for women in martial arts programs and fitness centers across the country. As a certified self-defense fitness trainer, you will be running your own business and making your own hours. You’ll gain more energy and feel better than ever before. Different weathers just add different dimensions to the classes making them more challenging and enjoyable. You will learn the how to’s of kickboxing as well as sweat away stress and tone muscles. You’ll learn to protect yourself, PLUS enjoy an excellent workout that will tone and condition your body, boost your energy, and make you look and feel great.

A  Class With All Women

The seminar is open to all women ages 11 and up. The class is limited to 20 participants, and the course is designed for women ages 13 and up. The class you attend could be as small as 15 students, or as large as 40 students. The twelve-hour class is taught either as six weekly two-hour classes or four weekly three-hour classes. Registration is done on a first-come, first-serve basis and is required prior to class. The entire course is a total of 12 hours long, taught in three or four sessions.