Knife Defence Workshop

26th of september. sunday 11am

knife defence

Nearly 160 people were hospitalised for stab wounds last year in Ireland.

In the space of three years, just under 500 people needed inpatient care in hospital after being assaulted with a knife.

Counter Blade Tactics

knife Defence Worskhop

If at all possible, avoid bad places and situations, and certainly do not engage someone with a knife unless you have no other viable options. However, since this is not always possible, keep in mind that the variable you ultimately control is you. The time and energy that you put into learning to deal with such encounters is your responsibility, and it might be the only thing that keeps you alive should things get bad. (Good) Training matters.

Institute Krav Maga Cork. Since 2006

Discover How To Defend Against A Knife Attack

If at all possible, avoid bad places and situations, and certainly do not engage someone with a knife unless you have no other viable options. However, since this is not always possible, keep in mind that the variable you ultimately control is you. The time and energy that you put into learning to deal with such encounters is your responsibility, and it might be the only thing that keeps you alive should things get bad. (Good) Training matters.

your instructor arthur dziadkowiec

Institute KRAV MAGA head INSTRUCTOR
One of the most experience Krav Maga instructor in Ireland and Europe.

Arthur Dziadkowiec is an INSTITUTE KRAV MAGA Head Instructor, Expert Black Belt Krav Maga Instructor with almost 20 years’ experience, Defence Lab Instructor, BJJ Blue Belt, Spartan Physical Strength Coach Who Has Taught modern Krav Maga Combat Methods to over 2,000 Students in Cork and Ireland.

He has traveled the world training and  learning on numerous camps, seminars and programs, including S.E.R.E (survive, evasion, rescue, escape) and the H.S.R.T (High Stress Reaction Training) , CTA – Counter-Terrorism and Anti-Skyjacking Course, TC3 (Tactical Combat Casualty Care) , Advanced Knife Defence Instructor, completed Military and Law Enforcement Instructor Course in Israel and he is qualified VIP third party protection instructor.

His approach to Krav Maga is simple, teach and empowers all his students with power of Martial Arts.

INSTITUTE KRAV MAGA

Discover Counter Blade Tactics That May Save Your Life If Someone Tries To Attack You With A Knife.

Edged-weapons rarely fail. Blades do not have a “line of fire”, as most of what is exposed is dangerous, and blades, once presented, are always live.
Edged-weapons, unlike firearms, are often weapons of convenience, gleaned from the environment during a violent encounter, and are therefore more prevalent: knife, screwdriver, scissors, pen, and more.
The dirty little secret is, you do not need to be skilled with a knife to do massive damage.
What you need, is intent.
EVERYONE with a knife has the potential to be deadly.

THE COST FOR THIS WORSKHOP

The cost of this workshop is normally 65€. However we have a very special offer for you. Instead of paying the standard €65 you can pay reduced Early Birds Price of only €45 if you book your place before 12th of September!

Normal Price

65
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Early Bird offer

45
  • ENDS 12TH OF SEPTEMBER
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FAQ

Some Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need to have experience, for this course to benefit me?

Not at all. While experienced fighters, coaches, and martial artists can certainly benefit from this course, novices will definitely be able to follow along and glean valuable, life saving information.

Why would someone wrestle with an attacker armed with a knife?

Why would someone do anything, with an attacker armed with a knife? In most violent encounters, that are not ego driven, the attacker controls most of the variables. If the defender is unable to immediately disengage, we believe in the “all in” approach, in order to gain control, and win the moments in time that lead to escape.

 

Is it true that I will get cut, in a knife attack?

It is true that the possibility is high. However, we do not subscribe to the typical absolutes and trite sound bites often used by many instructors. You might get cut. You might not. Neither is inevitable or guaranteed.