About Our Classes
Krav Maga classes are hands-on self defense classes intended to teach you defend yourself as quickly and efficiently as possible against real-world, modern attacks.
In every class, you’ll practice striking combatives (how to punch, kick, knee, elbow, etc) as well as a capstone self defense for the day. You’ll learn defenses against attacks such as strangulation, headlocks, bearhugs, fighting from the ground, wrist grabs and arm pulls, and many more.
Beginners are welcome in our Krav Maga Level 1 classes.
We have classes available for our upper level students, including Krav Maga Level 2, 3, and 4.
Women’s Self Defense
In Women’s Self Defense, we’ll focus on physical self defense, as well as verbal/vocal boundary setting.
Similar to a Krav Maga Level 1 class, you’ll learn how to punch, kick, knee, elbow (and more) with as much as power as possible, while keeping you safe. We’ll practice a capstone self defense in every class with a special focus on defenses against common attacks used on women.
- Physical self defense
- Verbal/vocal boundary setting and de-escalation skills
- Surroundings awareness
- Fighter mentality and fight IQ
This class is for all cis and trans women, as well as non-binary people who are comfortable in a space that centers the experiences of women.
Grappling Fundamentals uses elements of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Wrestling, Judo and other grappling arts to teach the basics of controlling opponents, taking opponents to the ground via takedowns and trips, escaping scary positions on the ground, and applying joint locks and other submission holds.
Grappling Fundamentals is designed to be accessible to students of any experience level.
In our Bag Fit classes, you’ll work on strikes and combinations (punches, kicks, knees, and elbows) to improve your striking and overall fitness. You might throw 100% strikes, but we might also incorporate weights, circuits, footwork drills, and more. Expect to get an excellent workout, improve your striking, and get stronger.
No partner is necessary. These classes are open to all levels of experience. We recommend hand wraps and/or boxing gloves for this class, but they’re not required.