Covering self-defence techniques against the most common street attacks, these sessions take place at locations including Covent Garden
About This Deal
Taking place at a choice of locations across the capital, these classes teach participants how to defend themselves against the ten most common street attacks. Students are also taught fighting techniques, how to defend themselves on the ground and weapons defences. Sessions take inspiration from a range of fighting techniques, and cover self-defence in a number of environments, from crowded spaces to cars, nightclubs and buses.
Choose from the following options:
£14 for five classes (65% off)
£26 for ten classes (63% off)
Location and Validity
- Pinner: call Mark on 0749 601 7913
- Bromley: call Kaz on 0798 543 9574
- Peckham Rye: call Patrice on 0771 746 6916
- Swiss Cottage: call Mike on 0773 450 7563
- Hayes, Kent: call Paul on 0780 871 7371
- Archway: Thursday 7 p.m. - 8 p.m.; Female-only class; call Claire on 0798 028 8915
- Battersea: Saturday 2 p.m. - 3.30 p.m.; call Neville on 0798 553 0612
Purchase: Limit 1 per person. May buy 5 additional as gifts.
Booking: Required by phone on 07912 616 361 or email email@example.com. 24-hour cancellation policy.
Restrictions: See kravmaga-centrallondon.co.uk/class-times/ for timetable. Jackson's Lane Community Centre, 269a Archway Road, N6 5AA location is a women's only location. Must be 16 or over. New customers only. Voucher not valid in conjunction with any other offer and cannot be redeemed against existing bookings. Allow enough time to schedule all sessions before the voucher expires. Valid on option purchased only.
About Urban Krav Maga
With several locations across the capital, Urban Krav Maga aims to teach participants how to defend themselves in various scenarios. Drawing on inspiration from various fighting styles including karate, boxing and jiu jitsu, the sessions teach participants how to stay one step ahead of attackers, and are therefore suitable for men and women of all abilities. Classes are held on weekday afternoons and evenings at a number of city-centre locations, including Covent Garden, Borough and Southwark.