Wheelchair User Self Defence Course

Wheelchair User’s Self-Defence – Coming Soon

60.00

This course is presented by Aidan Carroll (founder of Hard Target Self Defence Systems) and David Griffiths (Irish Rugby International), Hard Target Self Defence Student and lifelong wheelchair user.

Coming Soon


30.00

Class Description

This weekend self-defence course has been specially designed in conjunction with wheelchair users to meet their specific defence requirements.

 Wheelchair User Self-Defence Curriculum

  • How to develop a self-protection game plan
  • Protecting your personal space
  • Understanding body-language and pre-cursors of an attack
  • Self-Empowerment

Special Introductory Offer! Bring a friend for FREE*

*If you wish to bring a friend, able-bodied or wheelchair user, they can attend for free-of-charge.

Free unrestricted parking and suitable toilet facilities and access available. Lunch provided on the day.

Date to be confirmed, call us for more info 01 8075037

10.00am – 3.30pm

Before starting self defence with Hard Target, as a wheelchair user myself, I always wondered what I would do if somebody attacked me when I was out.

Rather than waiting for it to happen I decided to find someone who could help me prepare for such an event.

I called a few self defence schools but as soon as I mentioned a wheelchair the conversation quickly shut down.

I then called Hard Target, straight away it was a different atmosphere. I set up a day for my first one on one session and looked forward to starting. I went in with no expectations partially because I had no idea what to expect.

To my surprise the place had a very friendly, family, home feel. I didn’t feel like I was in some testosterone fuelled boot camp. It was extremely welcoming.

From day one I was very involved with my program and my instructor Aidan never claimed to know everything, he has always welcomed my input which I think is a big reason why he is so good at what he does. The main thing I have gained in the last year training with Hard Target hasn’t necessarily been physical skills but awareness and knowledge of how to avoid being an easy target.

My confidence has increased hugely and my overall quality of life has improved. In my opinion you can’t really put a price on that.

I would encourage other wheelchair users to give it a go because you’ll be surprised how beneficial it is and how much more empowered you’ll feel.

David Griffith