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Free Women’s Self-Defense Seminar Saturday April 19th

Course Description: Real world self-defense skills taught by women for women – These are the simple, effective, real world techniques every woman needs to know to protect themselves and their children. Learn how to defend against the most common attacks on women: chokes, hair pulls, hitting, grabbing wrists, bear hugs and more! Ages 16 and over please. Call (520) 721-2348 to sign up for this FREE seminar (limited to 20 students). The seminar will be held at our east studio on Saturday April 19th from 1 to 3 pm.

Kids: Try Krav Maga and Get a Free Uniform!

Kids can try Krav Maga for one month for just $69.99. A free uniform is included! Call either of our studios to sign up.

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Ultima's Self-Defense for Children Featured on KGUN 9
Tuesday, 22 May 2012 ultima

Ultima's self-defense programs for children and young adults, including Youth Krav Maga and Verbal Judo, were recently featured on KGUN 9's newscast. Read the full story and watch the video at

Stop Making Victims
Sunday, 20 May 2012 ultima

Crime prevention "experts" frequently advise people never to resist an attacker.  This may be sound advice when all the bad guy wants is your wallet or purse, but if he intends to rape or kill you, fighting back may be your best chance for survival.  Read the full article from Police Magazine at

D-M Airmen learn to say 'no' with self defense
Wednesday, 5 August 2009 ultima Ultima instructor Albert Garcia teaches a self-defense technique.

by 1st Lt. Mary Pekas
355th Fighter Wing Public Affairs

4/22/2009 - DAVIS-MONTHAN AIR FORCE BASE, Ariz. (ACCNS) -- "Never be outside alone at night."

"Always be aware of your surroundings."

"Try to avoid trouble."

Many people have heard these cautionary tips in some form or another. In general, following these mantras of vigilance is an effective way to preserve one's personal safety. But what happens when basic cautious behavior isn't enough?