Self Defence Training


Krav-Maga provides simple solutions to fighting more than one assailant, armed or unarmed, in today’s reality.


What is Krav-Maga?

As a civilian, one's goal is to avoid danger, not to become a violent person.
Krav Maga provides one with solutions to various situations where one is required to exercise a certain amount of strength to protect oneself or those whom one has a moral obligation to protect. 

A basic principle of self defence, first and foremost, is to protect oneself. 
Thus, when confronted by a violent attack, the main objective is to avoid injury.

A defensive stand will not convince the attacker to stop, and so, the response should be aggressive in order to neutralise the threat.

One will learn how to use any object with which to defend oneself, such as bags, keys, sand etc. The knowledge gained through Krav Maga training helps one to remain alert and avoid dangerous situations simply by knowing how to identify them and avoiding them before they become a danger.

Don't be afraid to join Krav Maga courses.
You are not going to kill your opponent, because the lessons are always controlled by highly skilled instructors in order to avoid injury. 
The method is easy to learn, irrespective of age, or one's walk of life.

If one goes through all the normal grading levels you will end up going through all the various techniques and fields of Krav-Maga training.


The advantages of Krav Maga are:

  • Getting fast results

  • Becoming more self confident

  • Identifying one's weaknesses

  • Increasing stamina

  • Improving coordination

  • Practising real life situations under stress

  • Learning how to defend against attacks with all weapons (including firearms)

  • Learning how to defend oneself against more than one attacker

  • Learning how to resolve a potentially violent situation without the use of force

What do you get?

  • Classes are an hour long that consist of warmups and then self defence techniques, bagwork, padwork and  partner pressure drills.

  • Free bonus Saturday morning open class.

  • Krav-Maga syllabus and gradings for those that want to take their Krav training further.

Class times:

Monday and Wednesday 18:30 (Adults 14+)

Tuesday and Thursday 7:00 ( Adults 14+)

Monday and Wednesday 16:30 (Kids 4 - 13years old)

Saturday morning open Mat class 7:30


Once off joining fee of R350.

Kids Classes (4 - 6 Years old )

Cost R600pm (2 x classes per week plus Saturday open mat)

Krav Classes (7+ Years old)

Cost R750pm (2 x classes per week plus Saturday open mat).

R1150pm (4 x classes per week plus Saturday open mat)

Krav-Maga Add on 

Add Krav-Maga 2 x per week to another option for R400

Open Gym - If you want to use the facility on your own without attending classes. R550pm or R400 as an addon.

Family discounts available for 2+ family members.


Book a trial class

If you want to give it a try before signing up book a trial class with the form below and let us know which class you will like to attend in the comments.