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“It is easier to instill confidence than competence, and training designed to increase confidence without competence can set the student up for failure”

What we don’t teach,

  • Feel Good Training : Almost every day we see adverts for self defence courses. These generally focus on some basic physical skills but rarely an understanding of the environmental and psychological aspects of a violent confrontation. A simple consideration is on a short intense course should women and men learn the same content? The reality is most women would be attacked for very different reasons (hand bag snatch, robbery, rape) than men who statistically face a violent confrontation in a different environment (Bar fight, Road Rage confrontation etc).

  • Traditional Martial Arts : I grew up buried in Traditional Martial Arts. Goju Ryu Karate is still our core system but we no longer teach structured training. As our bios mention our interests changed. The question we now ask people who question us as to what they should learn is simply ask yourself what you want out of the time you put in?

    If someone wants a journey that involves a combination of some basic fighting skills along with some fitness, spiritual and personal development aspects then we would point them towards a traditional martial art and there are many superb systems and teachers.

    If they want to learn a structured system by doing weekly classes for
    example with more emphasis on reality then we would lean towards Krav Maga, Muay Thai or one of the MMA (Mixed Martial Arts) schools.

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