We are unique in that we teach core self-protection skills in real environments where women statistically are most often attacked: parking lots, stairwells, campuses, our cars, and even our own homes.
By training in real environments, we are giving our students a distinct advantage over the predators that lurk there. This type of training cannot be replicated in a gym or dojo – no predator is going to attack someone on a soft mat and simply stop when we ask them to. Therefore, we believe our students’ preparation in real environments where predators operate is the best line of defense against a real assault.
Basic Instinct uses our own curriculum in which each session builds off the skill set from the previous session. This creates a comprehensive whole that makes sense. Immediately students will jump right in learning how to use your natural weapons, and by the end of the first session, students will already be able to defeat their first simulated attack. We will build confidence so that students can see the proof that our techniques work on people who may be larger and stronger than themselves.
Our job is to insure that women of all body types, sizes, physical abilities and personalities are confident they can protect themselves and perform under stressful circumstances. Our techniques are easy to use and will be hardwired into muscle memory – students won’t ever have to second-guess what to do in a stressful or frightening situation. They will gain confidence by doing drills that will reinforce your ability to deal with physical altercations in every class we have. By the last session, every student will be a hard target that predators won’t want to engage with.