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Krav Maga, Hebrew for Contact Combat, is the highly effective battle and street-tested Israeli system of self-defense, fighting skills and defensive tactics. What does this mean to you? Well, simply said, Krav Maga will enable you to defend yourself. It is easy to learn, easy to retain and easy to use. These self-defense classes teach people, young and old, how to defend themselves and their loved ones against a variety of dangers and threats. 


Krav Maga techniques differentiate from other martial arts methods in a few aspects:  First and foremost by their practicality to implement under realtime conditions. The logic and general approach of Krav Maga derives from the teaching methodology and training system allowing the trainee to make use of their natural instincts.  All Krav Maga techniques are preformed according to main Krav Maga principles.


  • Avoidance, prevention, escape and evasion.

  • Handling throws and falls to all directions and angles.

  • Attacks and counterattacks, performed to all targets, distances and directions and in all rhythms. Executed from all positions and postures. Use of all sorts of common objects for defensive purposes.

  • Defending all unarmed attacks:  Punches, strikes and kicks. Releases from all sorts of grabs and holds.

  • Defending all armed attacks and threats:  Knives, sharp objects, sticks and other blunt objects and all kind of firearms.

  • Dealing with attacks coming from all possible directions and places.  Whether faced with a single attacker or multiple, learn to defend yourself in various situations.  For example, confined or open areas and different landscapes.  Because every situation is different, you will learn how to react in situations when you are in open spaces, confined spaces, sitting or lying down, et cetera.

  • Physical and mental control and disarm.

  • Krav Maga techniques prepare the trainees to function in all circumstances and fighting environments according to their needs, job descriptions and probable risks.

  • Keeping those in mind, there are several ways to divide the Krav Maga system into groups:


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