Martial Arts of the Federation: Complete and practical self defence
Self-defence training methods
In Judo students practice randori (free practice with control and light resistance). In standup randori partners strive to throw each other, while
JiuJitsu students practice reflexive self-defence in order to respond rather than freeze in the event of a surprise attack, augmenting throws and grappling from judo with additional techniques, often self-defence specific. E.g. defences against wrist and arm grabs, aggressive hand shakes, bear hugs, headlocks, etc. etc. unsuitable for sports like competition.
Why Learn Self Defence?
Practicing the elements of self-defence in a supportive and safe environment enables students to overcome common fears and develop courage, skill, and resourcefulness.
What will I learn in Self Defence?
- An actionable approach to self-defence
- Not to freeze or panic when attacked — instead respond and move effectively
- Self-defence mindset and situational awareness
- How to use leverage and skill to defend against a stronger, larger attacker
- Escapes from common holds and attacks
- Application and adaptation of JiuJitsu, Judo, and Kung Fu techniques to self-defence scenarios
- A practical and complete method of self defence that includes all spheres and distancing;
- Long range
- Mid range
- Close quarter
- On the ground
Find a Martial Arts school near you...
Box Hill South
Monday: 7:30 pm – 9 pm JiuJitsu & Judo
Wednesday: 6 pm – 7 pm Junior JiuJitsu & Judo
Wednesday: 7 pm – 8 pm Kung Fu
Wednesday: 8 pm – 9:30 pm JiuJitsu & Judo
Saturday: 11 am – 12:30 pm Junior JiuJitsu & Judo
Saturday: 2 pm– 3:30 pm JiuJitsu & Judo