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Even if your teen isn’t looking for trouble – it can find them.
Make sure they’re prepared to defend themselves and make the right choices in difficult situations.
Boost their confidence (and your peace of mind) with self defence training.

Teen self defence training

Is Your Teen a Target?

House parties, skate parks and even the schoolyard are places where safety can be compromised.
Even the nicest of kids can find themselves in a situation where they feel intimidated or facing the threat of physical violence.
Krav Maga equips teens with the skills to assess risk, make the right choices and defend themselves if the need arises.

Customised Training

Krav Maga teen classes are specifically developed for the 13 – 17 age group and include a strong philosophical component as well as a highly active training program.
The focus is on fitness plus fun…. we make a point of creating a welcoming environment and fostering a supportive attitude at all times.

What is Krav Maga?

A form of self defence and physical training first developed for the Israeli army during WWII, Krav Maga is based on the use of reflexive responses to threatening situations.
Krav students develop fitness and strength while improving their self esteem and also learning about responsibility and morals.
Most importantly, Krav Maga training is dynamic and loads of fun.

Why Choose Krav Maga?

Other martial arts prepare kids for a competition environment, where they can test their abilities against an opponent with similar skills who are playing by the rules.
Krav Maga equips teens with the physical tactics to be able to overpower any kind of opponent without thinking, while also promoting the philosophy that physical violence should never be anything but a last resort.
Boys and girls who study Krav build fitness and strength while learning valuable skills to protect themselves and escape from a difficult situation without getting hurt.

Meet the trainer – About Adam Gulla

Training in martial arts from a young age, it wasn’t until Adam Gulla got into a real-life fight that he realised he couldn’t beat an opponent who wasn’t playing by the rules.
Turning to Krav Maga and travelling to Israel to fully complete his training, Adam left his profession as a fully qualified Physical Education teacher to instruct Krav Maga full time.
Returning home to the Northern Beaches after a stint in Darwin, Adam and wife Heidi are proud to call themselves locals.