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KOMA Self-Defense lessons teach men and women the most effective techniques to solve violent situations in which they can be involve in their daily life.

KOMA Self-Defense is especially developed to solve the most common violent situations in our society. It takes special consideration in the cases of certain professional groups such as physicians, health personnel, teachers and public employees.

KOMA Self-Defense is neither a martial art nor a combat sport. "Katas" or "pumses" do not exist. We do not teach how to make points, nor to compete according to a sport regulation. We do not train mystical exercises with no practical sense. We teach how to SURVIVE.  

KOMA Self-Defense is a scientific method based on research, testing and analysis of each technique to achieve the highest efficiency.

KOMA is a very practical self-defense system, since, from first lesson, students use effective techniques that they will find useful in real situations.

KOMA Self-Defense technical arsenal is very broad: kicks, punches, nudges, knee strikes, dislocations, strangulations and projections not only in the far and short distance but also on the ground.

Training place and timetable:

Tatami room located at semi-basement at the Faculty of Sport and Physical Activity Science of the Universitat de València. Blasco Ibáñez Campus, Av. Menéndez Pelayo, 19 (Valencia)
Wednesday from 20.00 h to 21:30 h

General information and location
Blasco Ibáñez Campus
Av. Menéndez Pelayo 19 (in front of football field)
Tel.: 963983236
Timetable: From Monday to Friday from 10.30 to 13.30 hours
Monday and Tuesday from 16.00 to 18.00 hours

COACH: Javier Fortuño 667581760

Come and give it a try!

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