Need a good reason to throw on your activewear? Then you’d better keep Sunday, November 15th free because KMDI is hosting a women’s workshop and you DON’T want to miss out!
For all you Krav Maga newbies out there, here’s what you need to know:
FULL BODY WORKOUT
Krav maga offers one of the BEST workouts. Imagine an exciting, motivating environment in which you can learn to protect yourself and others PLUS, you get to walk away dripping sweat at the end of it!
INTUITIVE SELF-DEFENCE TECHNIQUES
Your body is much more capable than you may think! You already have the reflexes – Krav Maga will teach you how to hone them, to the point where the techniques will become second nature and instinctual.
EVERYONE IS WELCOME
Krav Maga training replicates realistic scenarios which you might encounter out on the streets. It doesn’t matter what age, size, strength or level of fitness you’re at, Krav Maga caters for all! So if you can’t do a muscle up, STAY CONFIDENT! We're all here to have fun and kick butt while training our body's natural reaction to danger. No judgment here!
Furthermore, you can bring a friend to train with so that you can master the techniques with a partner of your choice.
- Date & Time: Sunday November 15th, 2015 from 10am to 1pm
- Cost: $60 per participant*. Bring a training partner to get 10% off!
- All participants will receive a free training shirt
- Location: Krav Maga Defence Institute, 8 Rutland Street, 2010 Surry Hills (Central Railway Station)
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SHE FIGHTS BACK will revolve around the common threats to women, focused on building real and street proven self-defence tools. The session will run for 3 hours, during which time the following topics will be covered:
- Understanding the importance of awareness and getting to know general tools to prevent and de-escalate potential threats
- Learning fundamental fighting skills (punching, kicking, elbowing techniques)
- Dealing with basic physical threats and attacks women may face such as mugging and sexual assault
- Making the switch from defence to reaction