Do you need to wear a seat belt in your car? The possibility of being assaulted is actually greater than being physically injured in a car accident. Self defence is like your seat belt; it dramatically improves your chances of survival from a very real threat that can happen anywhere, anytime. Everyone needs to learn self-defence!

Violence in our society is a reality that should not be ignored. It is in our homes, in our schools, playgrounds and sports fields, at our work place, on our streets; it can be around the next corner wherever you may go.

Control of crime and violence and our own personal safety is too important to be just left to the limited resources of our Police and security services.

Learning how to avoid being attacked and what to do in such an event is a very practical move towards the future safety of you and your family.