designed specifically for women
overcoming fear and fighting back
scenarios based on actual crimes against women
Over 30,000 Women Empowered!
GET FIT - STAY SAFE
One Forcible Rape every 6.2 minutes!
Using common objects to block assailant!
Release from bear hugs and chokes!
THIRD PARTY PROTECTION
Protect your children!
ALL THESE SCENARIOS
...the choice is yours
IKMF STAY AWAY
Been here before and I visited back for this class. I feel pumped and now I wanna go around and kick balls!Wendy New Orleans, 2013
A must for every woman and fantastic introduction to the Stay Away program. This 3-hour seminar that will teach you core fundamental information that will help you avoid and confront dangerous or uncomfortable situations. You will learn a few simple techniques with limited practice time, but regardless you will walk away with a sense of empowerment and confidence.
Three 90-minute workshops that will cover all that the Stay Away seminar covers. In this workshop, you will receive additional practice time and learn additional techniques and principles. Ideal for small private groups and corporate training that can be customized to address specific needs.
Technique, Practice Time, Empowerment Short term 60 or 90-minute classes that will cover most of the techniques likely to be encountered by women. This will also teach many other lessons that will continue to educate women in differences between male and female mentality.
A 60 or 90-minute class held once a week. These classes are for women only to keep building on your situational awareness and fighting spirit. Make the commitment to train once a week to keep you and your loved ones safe!
We are about saving your life dear lady. STAY AWAY is an empowerment tool achieved through self-defense. It's the clear voice of more than 30,000 women talking to you through an instructor that may be a man but really understands you and is there to help. It is a place were women find the truth about men, about the way they think, act and attack. Anyone can teach you to kick, but only "stay away" will make you do it when you need to.Shlomi Moyal, Head of Women and Kids Division