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Sunday, August 27, 2017
» 27 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
CCW 9-1pm

                           ***THIS COURSE WILL BE HELD AT OUR PEORIA LOCATION***


 Arizona Concealed Carry Permit Course

This 4 hour Concealed Carry Weapons course is an introduction to defensive decisions that address Law and Legal for Arizona State Laws, street threats, and the unique responsibilities that govern the use of non-lethal and deadly force. The fee for this course is $79.

Required for this course:

- Photo ID (drivers license, state issued id or passport)

- Must be a United States citizen or must be lawfully present in the United States

- Must be at least 21 years of age

- Not under indictment or been convicted of a felony in the U.S. or elsewhere

- Not convicted of misdemeanor domestic violence

- Not under court order (i.e. order of protection, harassment, etc.)

- Not a fugitive from justice

- Not a user of or addicted to any controlled substance

- Not been dishonorably discharged from the Armed Forces

- Have never renounced U.S. citizenship

- Do not suffer from mental illness and have not been adjudicated mentally incompetent or committed to a mental institution

Fee includes: CCW Packet - Permit application paperwork, free fingerprinting.

The fee for this course is $79

1:30 PM - 4:00 PM
LVL2 (Co-ed) Victim or Victor

   ****This will be held at the Peoria location****  

 Victim Proof:  Victim or Victor Level 2

(Co-ed, 18+)


2.5 hour class

12 student limit per class

Level 2 picks up where "Intro to Victim Proof: Victim or Victor?" leaves off.  If you attended the introduction class, then you're ready to continue the journey to becoming Victim Proof.  If you haven't attended the introduction class, then click here: Intro to Victim Proof: Victim or Victor?

Classes are hands on and include physical exertion and contact. Students are paired up to role play and perform self-defense techniques. The class may discuss sensitive topics, such as abduction, sexual or domestic violence, physical attacks, physical attacks with weapons, and active shooter situations.

Class Description

This situation awareness and self-defense class has a focus on empowering students in our community with the ability to become victim proof. We recommend you attend this class with a friend or family member, which promotes out-of-classroom discussion and takes learned techniques into real life.

Part 1: Situation Awareness & Avoiding Danger

Students continue learning how to avoid vulnerability and danger when in real-world situations.  Each week, and in each class, new situations are introduced, including being in an empty office, unsolicited sexual advancements, walking in parking lots and public spaces, intentional car accidents, bus rides, physical disputes/fights, and more. An emphasis is placed on avoidance of high threat/target locations, reducing the risk of being targeted, and red flags for understanding when an attacker is approaching or in direct (verbal or physical) contact.

Part 2: Jiu Jitsu & Self-Defense Techniques

In the event a student cannot avoid a dangerous situation, and find themselves in the face of danger, they are prepared with advanced physical techniques influenced through Jiu Jitsu, including:

• Defending against a standing attacker

• Escaping from a standing attacker

• Proper stance and movement while under duress

• Handling pushing and pulling

• Defending and escaping from all variants of wrist grabs

• Defending and escaping an embracing attacker (hugs)

• Defending and escaping chokes or grabs around the neck (front and rear)

• Controlling a situation from the ground

• Locking up and neutralizing your attacker

• Forcing submission upon your attacker

• Defending an attackers physical strikes

Advanced techniques are practiced, including physically disabling an assailant, weapon disarming, weapon retention and improvised weapons. This class is recommended as a pre-cursor to our other advanced self-defclasses including “Improvised Weapons with Steve Tarani”, and “Weapon Retention with Steve Tarani”. 

This curriculum will instill our student with confidence, strength, dignity, and the ability to sense danger and react to it without further putting themselves or others at risk. Physical self-defense techniques also lead their way towards a more agile, aware, and able bodied athlete, including techniques valuable in contact sports like football, soccer, wrestling, and more. Additionally, these classes have the by-product of further building self-respect, self-worth and unity among peers and community.



Class prerequisite: Introduction to "Victim or Victor?" (COED)   or   Introduction to "Victim or Victor?" (Women)

Register online (click the link below):

Victim or Victor Level 2

Register by phone: 602.266.2600