The self-defense course for bouncers and doormen is focused on joint manipulation (without breaking) and compliance techniques. Raise your level of professionalism by demonstrating to your employer that you can handle situations without reverting to fighting.
The self-defense for college students course is designed to give your young adults the skill-set they need before embarking on their venture in life. Make sure your kids stay safe, sign them up before they're off to college.
The self-defense for colleges and universities approach focuses on get-away tactics, tools, and fighting techniques. Students learn how to eye gouge, yell timely, and how to use a well place bite (plus a dozen other tools).
The self-defense for disabled people program is tailored to your specific needs and goals. Depending on your limitation the program will focus on your strengths and how to exploit them, turning the tables on a would be attacker.
The self-defense for men program focuses on specific targets of the body in order to cause immediately and debilitating pain to an attacker. Since men are more likely to be victimized by a stranger vs. someone they know this type of training should be at the top of your list.
The self-defense for nurses and medical staff program focuses on simple restraint and compliance techniques. This course should be a top priority if you are in the medical field since 46% of all violent acts in the workplace were against RN's.
The self-defense for police officers program is essential for those who want to take their safety to the next level. The need for unarmed close quarter self-defense skills has increased due to the high probability of having contact with a suspect, whether it was planned or incidental.
The self-defense for women program is designed to give you the skill-set you need in a short period of time. You will learn how to use the most effective parts on your body as a weapon and how to stop an attacker in their tracks.