Martial Arts Seminars

Next Seminar - December 1, 2012

Realistic Weapons Defenses

This is a required course in the Masters Martial Arts Seminars Series.

Taught by Mark Jordan, Master Instructor
Date: Saturday, December 1, 2012
Time: 1:00 – 4:00 pm
Location: Van Nuys, CA
Fee: $35.00 early registration (below); $50.00 at the door.


Suddenly, an angry man pulls out a knife and threatens your life.
What will you do?


Guns and knives are the weapons carried by thugs and criminals, and you never know when you may be confronted by an armed assailant.

Do you think you know how to survive an attack by an armed assailant?

This is not a seminar filled with theoretical techniques that may or may not work in the real world. This is Life-or-Death reality training!


Some people think that fancy martial arts moves will work in a real weapon attack.

Well, it may look good and that's fine for the movies. But, if you have a gun pointed at your face, you can't rely on complex techniques. Most of what is taught by other people won't work in a real-world attack by an armed assailant. Those types of techniques will almost always cause a struggle over the weapon, and rolling around on the ground with an attacker with a weapon is suicide.

In a real street attack, your best option is to handle the situation as fast and efficiently as you can and quickly create distance between you and the attacker. In this seminar you will learn the right methods to survive an armed attack.


Realistic Weapons Defenses

It's all about Survival!


This 3-hour seminar will teach you how to immediately disable an armed opponent and survive a dangerous situation. No matter what your experience level, you'll learn something from this martial arts seminar.

You won't get this information anywhere else! Don't miss it!

San Fernando Valley Martial Arts
7054 Gerald Ave., Unit B
Van Nuys, CA 91406

Get Directions by clicking on this Link.

$35.00 early registration; $50.00 at the door.


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