The head of Gendai Ryu / Gendai Krav Maga returns to Perth for another exciting workshop.
Whether you are an experienced martial artist or new to self defence and martial arts, there is something for everyone when this Master Instructor visits.
Date: Thursday Sept 4th, 5:45 - 8:30PM
Cost: $90 general public; $75 CAIA Members
There will be a 30 minute Q$A afterward for those attending the MWA Africa Summit in November. OSS!
Hock Hochheim has taught force necessary combat strategies to citizens, the police and military all over the world in places like South Africa, Australia, Germany, Europe, The United Kingdom, Southwest Asia for the military and of course, throughout the United States. Hock has actually done more in real life than most people reputed to be "famous and experienced.” Currently Hock teaches hand, stick, knife and gun combatives in some 40 seminars in 12 allied countries a year. More on Hock - click here to visit his website.
Dates: Fri 18 July 6-9PM; Sat 19 July 10AM-2PM; Sun 20 July 10AM-2PM
Cost: $90 per day; $250 for all 3 days
CAIA members get 10% discount
These are some upcoming events at Combat Arts Institute of Australia.
More info will be made available closer to the dates, but feel free to contact us with any questions.
June 12 Gendai Krav Maga workshop on Combat Grappling and 'Flashy Techniques' with Dr Gavriel Schneider.
June 26 Thurs Jujutsu Grading - Kids & Adults
July 15 Tues Women's Krav Maga Workshop
July 19, 20, 21 Fri-Sat-Sun Force Necessary seminar with W Hock Hockheim
August 2 Sat Krav Maga Grading
August 21 Thurs Weapons Workshop
Dates are subject to change. Please keep checking back for updates.
Our good friend Master Mannie De Matos has just opened a new martial arts academy in Malaga called Fitness Martial Arts Family Training Centre.
Through our recently formed alliance, we are now offering an open exchange of members between CAIA and Mannie's new academy!
Martial arts are a beautiful thing, with deep roots in tradition and positive values.
But, just like most other things in today’s world, martial arts are strongly influenced by fads, buzzwords, and fashion. This has both pros and cons.
Join us for a three hour Gendai Krav Maga Integration workshop focusing on striking, grappling, takedowns and groundwork.
‘Reality-Based Self-Defence’ (RBSD) is a term that has gone viral in the martial arts community over the past few years. The proliferation of Krav Maga schools and a variety of other modern self defence systems (combatives, as they are often referred to) has seen many schools and instructors add Krav Maga or some variation thereof to their curriculum in order to capitalise on the current market trends – which is fair enough. Our industry is hard enough to survive in, and adaptation and innovation are crucial components in the business world as well as in martial arts.
That being said, there is still a huge gap between reality and what most people believe will happen should they get attacked, in terms of how, where, when, who, why and what will happen. Not only in terms of student expectations, but also in terms of what instrutors teach.