Freezing up during confrontation

Many of our students share their stories with us when signing-up for our couses. In a lot of cases they have been victims of a violent attack. Some had previous training in various self-defense systems …more

You will fight the way you train, or will you?

You have probably heard this saying many times: “You will fight the way you train”.  This may be true to some extent… but not always. When you get into a real violent confrontation (fight), you …more

Make your child a hard target with the Child Abduction Prevention Course (C.A.P.)

A child goes missing every five hours in South Africa, according to figures released by the South African Police Service Missing Persons Bureau for 2013. This adds up to a total of 1697 children. Trafficking in children is …more

C.O.B.R.A. Child Abduction Prevention Techniques featured on Hashtags TV Show on E-Extra

In the event that someone attempts to abduct your child, would your kid know how to protect themselves? Certified Self-Defense Instructor Leon Myburgh has a few simple techniques children can use if they find themselves …more

Walk Away Power

Self-Defense is not always about physical techniques or fighting to survive. The best self-defense is not to  get involved in a physical confrontation at all. Sometimes just walking away is enough. Watch the video below …more