STREET DEFENCE – DIE Selbstverteidigung
Selfdefence & Martial Art in Dresden (3x), Radebeul, Freital, Döbeln, Meissen, Radeburg, Heidenau, Coswig, Mainz, Frankfurt and Thailand.
- STREET DEFENCE is the essence of selfdefence. Based on the most effective form of martial art Wing Chun. It also contains a number of keytechniques and views from other martial art systems like Krav-Maga, Muay-Thai, Karate and Legionary drills.
- STREET DEFENCE is no sport! There is no need for above average fitness and we do not train bodyfitness. Instead the training is focused on efficiently stopping a dangerous situation.
- STREET DEFENCE trainings are to be practiced efficiently both physically and timewise.
- STREET DEFENCE forms the essence of realistic selfdence using more than 30 years of close quarter combat and martial art experience
- STREET DEFENCE contains special training for handling panic and stresssituations.
For whome is Street Defence the best fit?
STREET DEFENCE – DIE Selbstverteidigung:
- especially women and physically weaker folks
- people without martial art experience and/or interest in classic martial arts
- people with little free time capacities or who don’t want to train several hours a week
- people that are unexperienced with handling aggressions and violence
- Man and Women of EVERY AGE
- EVERYONE, who wants to build up a solid selfconfidence
- EVERYONE, who wants to build up a resistance against stress
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All techniques need to be simple to learn FOR EVERYBODY.
Natural instincts and movements are part of the system.
Everything needs to work immediatly in the moment of confrontation.
Every defence must be an attack as well.
One technique must work against different kinds of attacks.
Defence must work under difficult circumstances as well.
Every training has to contain an experience of mental stress that can occur in a real situation.
The system needs to be constantly renewed.
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We do not only teach techniques but also and in particular the handling of psychological stress in situations of danger, fear and panic.
Free yourself from your own strength.
Free yourself from your opponents strength.
Use your opponents strength against him.
Put in your own strength.
If there is a free path, push forward.
If there is contact, be sticky.
If your opponent is too strong, fall back.
If your opponent falls back, follow him.
Sifu Matthias Stöhr, Chiefinstructor