Adult Self Defence
Self-defence is perhaps even more important for adults that children. Many adults find themselves caught up in serious violence these days. Even being bullied is a problem some adults experience.
Self-defence is not about beating others in a bar brawl. Awareness of surroundings, circumstances and making wise decisions can serve better than years of training in combat. If the situation calls for it, self-defence may even mean that you accept a punch rather than block it.
As for the physical aspect of self-defence, self-defence emphasises on protecting (perhaps also disabling) and distancing yourself from the situation. Adult self-defence follows the same pattern taught to children. That is, prevent (avoid the situation), prepare to talk (attempt to resolve the situation), protect (physically defend yourself).
Adults are encouraged to learn self-defence with us! For children, some of our programmes include a “Bully Busters” segment with their self-defence training. Contact us here to find out more.