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Run by Paul Lane
(7th Dan UKTJA).
Techniques from several Martial Arts as well as skills from the Police / Military & Security Services are combined to form a proven and effective Martial Art.
Goshin Taiho-Jutsu evolved form the original Taiho Jutsu system introduced into the U.K in 1975 from Japan by Sensei Brian Eustace (10th Dan).
Goshin Taiho-Jutsu or Self Defence & Arresting Control
A Japanese art of self-defense that employs holds and locks. It uses the principles of non-resistance in order to debilitate the strength of the opponent. Aikido was devloped by Morihei Eushiba after he moved away from the harder Ju Jitsu styles looking for a more spiritual path.
A sport and method of physical training similar to wrestling, developed in Japan in the late 19th century, by Dr Jigoro Kano. It uses principles of balance and leverage adapted from jujitsu.
The word "SAMBO" is an acronym for Samozashchita Bez Oruzhiya, which literally translates as "self-defense without weapons".
It is similar to Olympic freestyle wrestling with Stikes and Kicks , it focuses on throwing, groundwork, submissions as well as kicking & punching.
A combat sport of Thailand that uses stand-up striking along with various clinching techniques. ... Muay Thai became widespread internationally in the twentieth century, when practitioners defeated notable practitioners of other martial arts.
Non pain compliant Techniques to break away from the grip of an aggressor and supportive holds and non pain restraints for dealing with the safe removal of a person from an area. Relocation to a seated area whilst restrained, breaking up a fight and spatial awareness.
Advanced Physical Intervention
Using pain compliant holds and locks as well as detaining a person on the ground and escorting them from the area in a 2 person team. Team restraining a volatile or drunk/drugged person in a prone position so first aid / help can be administered in a non pain compliant way.
It is perfectly legal for any member of the public to carry handcuffs and some professions actually have this as a requirement.
Situations can occur where due to the level of force an individual is demonstrating you are required to use handcuffs to escort a person to a different location or the person that is being restrained needs a different method of restraint that will cause less injury to you and them.
This could be for your own personal safety, a condition of your employment or a requirement of your client; for example this programme has been rolled out to employees of Her Majesties Courts and Tribunal Service and other government agencies.
The New Endorsed Advanced Programme allows the member of public or staff to apply techniques that have been risk assessed and approved and make them feel confident in the use of handcuffs in situations where needed.
The use of verbal and non verbal skills to reduce the risk of Violence or the Escalation of aggression.
Knowing about Body Language, Body Positioning, Verbal reasoning as well as the Phycology of Violence and why is escalates means you can manage the situation and recognise potentially difficult situations before they grow into physical violence / confrontation.
We are based in Birmingham, England and cater for all abilities and ages.