In 2006 the UKWCKFA celebrated its 21st Anniversary by offering FREE seminars to the public on self defence.
On October 17th 2015 the UKWCKFA will be 30 years old and as part of our way of saying thank you for your support over the years we are again offering free self defence seminars for the students, their family and general public alike.
Most people in today’s world are very cynical and believe we must be trying to get something from it. We can assure you we are not. The self defence seminars are one off events, they are NOT martial art classes. We believe that martial arts is the last part of self defence and the least important if you wish to avoid trouble developing and stay safe.
In 2006 we offered classes only to women as we felt that was appropriate based on the enquiries we had received at the time. Now we are offering these events to ANYONE who feels that it may of interest. It would be great if whole families came along!
As you can see we are NOT dealing with the physical fight stage as this cannot be taught in a one off seminar, and those that lead you to believe you can are not telling the truth. we will help you with:
Some of the content you may feel is inappropriate for younger persons so please feel free to discuss anything with us before the events. We are available to try and help in any way we can. We can assure you we will approach the class in a manner appropriate to those in attendance.
There is so much more to this than we have briefly outlined above. Everybody want to have a better life, to be healthy and well educated. Personal safety is an area not dealt with well installs or household discussions. We hope we can correct that imbalance and that you will not only learn a lot but enjoy the manner of presentation.
Please not you will not simply sit down and listen you will have the chance to work with each other and make the room a discussion area.
If you are interested you must contact us, as our National HQ is quite small and we hope these events will be well attended.
call 07860 276923 or
email email@example.com with the subject ‘Personal Safety’.