The course teaches techniques to act in a situation of danger. Students learn to exploit the central nervous system of a potential aggressor, regardless of his size or strength, in order to control him. The method is based on natural movements that do not require years of practice. This class teaches selfishness management, because nobody is more important than the rest, and mutual respect is the key to a successful class. Students learn skills to defend themselves in potentially dangerous situations that may affect their physical integrity. They learn and implement defense and attack techniques.
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