Frequently Asked Questions

Most classes are between 60-75 minutes. On Saturdays, we have a 1.5-hour class. Some sessions have add-on classes such as fighting & tactics which are 30 minutes – please check our timetable for more details.
Kids Krav classes go for 45 minutes.

No, not at all. We often have people joining in with no experience.
Krav Maga is a simple system that enables you to learn fast and will have you excited to come back for more.

Most classes follow a similar structure:

  • Warm up for 10-15 minutes
  • Striking component, 10-15 minutes
  • Self-defence solutions, 30 minutes
  • Pressure drills, 10 minutes
  • Cool down, 5 minutes

Of course! A lot of women come along and enjoy our classes. Krav Maga is a great way to get fit while learning essential self-defence techniques that are important for both men and women.

People who practice Krav Maga benefit from the following

  • Keeping fit
  • Improved endurance and strength
  • Enjoyment and social benefits
  • Learning a form of self-defence and how to appropriately deal with confrontation
  • Toning up
  • Weight loss
  • Increased confidence

For your first class, all you need to bring is a water bottle, towel, and clothes you feel comfortable training in. We train with our shoes on so bring a pair of runners.
After your first class, we will have some gear for you to purchase, including a Krav Maga training shirt and protective gears for adults including groin guard, mouth guard, and gloves.

Children can wear comfortable clothes like T-shirt, tracksuit pants or a pair of sports shorts. They can participate with bare feet during the training. Please bring a towel and water bottle.

The cost depends on how often you train and your level of commitment. We have many different memberships depending on your training.
Please book a trial with us and we can discuss the pricing details with you.

To get the most out of your Krav Maga training, you should train twice a week as a minimum.

Even on Sydney’s beautiful Northern Beaches, your safety can be at risk from a random attacker. Knowing this form of self-defence helps people be able to keep themselves and others safe.

Krav Maga is a practical self-defence system. In some ways, it may appear similar to martial arts because of the strikes and self-defence we practise. However, there are many differences, the most important being that Krav Maga equips you to deal with a real life self-defence situation in a way that no martial art does.
In Sydney, there are many forms of martial arts and self-defence classes. We recommend you try a few different styles and also come along and try Krav Maga for free to see if it suits you.