Knowledge of self-defecnce or self-protection is a skill that we all should have. At the Shudokan Aikido Oxford we teach our students a whole range of skills that gives them the ability to deal with most situations that occur in their daily lives. Now we are offering everyone the chance to learn some of these skills - for FREE.
Our next free self-defence talk will take place on Tuesday 18 September, at the University of Oxford, UAS Conference.
What do we teach?
Our self-defence seminars cover a wide range of topics and include:
- The law and self-defence
- staying safe
- how to deal with the initial approach
- body language
- how to calm a situation down
- grabs and strikes
Our seminars are normally two hours long and we concentrate on giving you the skills and confidence to be able to defuse a situation before it turns violent. We also aim to give you some basic knowledge of how to deal with grabs and some strikes.
You will not be asked to perform anything too complicated or dangerous, and we always ensure that our self-defence seminars are enjoyable for all who participate.
How do I book?
If you would like to book a place on one of our self-defence seminars please contact Sensei Richard.
Tel: 07773 982719
Our club is part of the Shudokan Institute of Aikido International which has several clubs throughout the United Kingdom. The head of our organisation is Ken Robson Sensei, 7th Dan Black Belt.
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"In learning to know other things, and other minds, we become more intimately acquainted with ourselves, and are to ourselves better worth knowing."
Philip Gilbert Hamilton