It’s an interesting paradox that those who are experienced martial arts practitioners are less likely to be involved in fights. Not only do practitioners have the confidence to deal with an attack, they often exude confidence, meaning that a potential attacker would be less likely to engage them in a fight. In fact, it’s not widely known, but martial arts instructors will always encourage their students to find a way to escape from conflict first and foremost, meaning that a fight will be the last available option when all others have been exhausted. That’s why, we’re confident that the benefits of our Round House project will help to tackle violence on the streets. If you’d like to be involved in a class, watch this space for more information.

By Yaser Mir
Founder & Director

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