Shrewsbury, Telford, Oswestry

FEKM-UK Masters Course

FEKM-UK Masters Course

4 MARCH 2023

A very Special Event! The FEKM President, 7th Darga Steve Schmitt will be coming to London to teach our Masters Course – not to be missed!

March 4, 2023 14:00-18:00
Elmgreen School, Elmcourt Rd, West Norwood, London, SE27 9BZ

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Krav Maga Intro Session

What you absolutely must know before signing up for our introductory course…

Let’s get straight to the point.

This session could change your life.

Bold statement, I know, but it’s true. Absolutely everyone, worldwide, who has trained in Krav Maga took that first step; they took a chance and invested in their future.

They might have wanted to be able to protect themselves, improve their fitness or to meet new people. There will be more reasons, and many people will have more than one.

It could simply be curiosity.

But, importantly, they acted on it.

And that is one of the secrets of self defence – the need to act or make a decision. That doesn’t necessarily mean fighting; it might be to talk, to de-escalate, or simply to leave the area.

They are all good decisions, in the right context.

And they all carry an element of risk.

But so does doing nothing.

Making a decision gives you a say in what’s happening, and that is a key element of self defence. In Krav Maga you will learn certain techniques, physical solutions that are fast, simple and effective.

So why have I been going about decisions?

Because you are making one.

Right now.

Even by doing nothing you are making a decision.

One the one hand, you decide to take the introductory session. You take the chance, get stuck in and learn effective new skills. You meet new people, and realise they’re a decent bunch. You learn how the lessons are run and how our teaching method allows everyone to access the skills.

Most importantly, you realise by taking part that you can do it!

On the other hand, you don’t take the session. You don’t learn anything new, you don’t push yourself physically, you don’t find out what the lessons are like. You don’t meet anyone new and you don’t learn how to defend yourself.

Everything stays exactly the same.

There is comfort in the familiar. But you have been down that street many times before. The fact that you are reading this demonstrates that you are ready for something new.

Go on.

Take the red pill.

P.S. for those of you who have never watched ‘The Matrix’, ‘Take the red pill’ was a euphemism for taking an unknown path for the chance of personal improvement – quite apt in this case!!