Tuesday 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ Dojo
Thursday 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ Dojo
Saturday 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
(In a Local Park unless there is rain - Dojo then)
A typical class is broken into two parts. The first part is practice, this is where we warm up using our basic movement and body skills. This time is spent drilling the basics into the body until they are innate. The second part of class is training, where we apply our basic skills into combat scenarios. During this second phase of class, training the mind is equally important as training the body.
Our school diverges from the general population
The training curriculum at our school, and the discussions we carry, don't trend in the same patterns of any other martial art school in my experience. Our training trends follow closer to true to life combat scenarios, and follow methods that are more practical and applicable to modern day.
To best protect others we must practice, and study (really study), modern combat techniques, tools, and technologies. Including modern armor, firearms, and a touch of data analysis.
Problem Solving Under stress
Deliberate thought is a major factor in how we overcome new challenging situations that lay outside our everyday experiences. Learning how to focus the mind and apply mental power to problem solving while under extreme outside stresses is critical. People are rarely cool under stress naturally. It's a learned skill that is trained, and practiced.