Kid's Street Smart Self Defence

Following along the same principles as our Women's and Men's Street Smart workshops; the self defence modules taught to the kids and teens deal with the most common forms of physical attacks they'll encountered on the street, the playground and classroom.

One of the most important things we do as instructors is to work with and incorporate the School or Colleges anti-bullying policies, ensuring there are no misleading or contradictory information given out. We can provide notes of the syllabus taught.

The Kid's Street Smart syllabus has been taught at the following: Northcote College, St. Cuthbert's College, Mt Albert Grammar School, Greenbay High School, Corporate Academy Group, Girl Guides Auckland, Scouts Association NZ, YMCA, Te Wananga O Aotearoa, Young Mariners, University of Auckland, Massey University, Taiohi Ora Youth Health Project, RainbowYOUTH and countless private workshops organised by parents for their children, relatives and friends.

The kid's syllabus is normally taught through school's, colleges or by parents organising private workshops for their children and friends. The youngest we teach is 10 years old due to the material taught and the training drills.

If you'd like to enquire or book a Kid's Street Smart workshop, get in touch via our contact or Facebook pages.

Monday Classes

Corporates & Non-Profits
Private & Group Sessions
6.30 - 8.00pm
164 Maraetai Dr, Maraetai

Tuesday Classes

Women's Street Smart
6.30 - 8.00pm
164 Maraetai Dr, Maraetai

Wednesday Classes

Women's Street Smart
6.00 - 7.30pm
Combat Striking
(for Krav Fighter members only)
7.30 - 9.00pm
89 Grafton Road, Basement Level
(accessed via Moehau Rd)

Thursday Classes

Women's Street Smart
6.30 - 8.00pm
Mary Thomas Centre,
3 Gibbons Road, Takapuna

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'streetwise' doesn't make you 'street-smart', being 'street-smart' comes from real life experience. It simply means one has learnt how to take what has happened to them, what they have learnt or studied, whether good or bad, contemplate it, and learn how to improve from it. street-smart is an alternative form of ‘streetwise’. This word has a concise definition of having the knowledge and experience required to deal with the dangers and potential difficulties in life in an urban setting.