I’ve just finished a consultation with a new client; a young gentleman in his late twenties. He called the office a few days back after he was involved in an altercation in a bar.
Thankfully he escaped with no serious physical trauma but he is struggling with the “black dog”. This dog is no stranger to me. Over the years he – the black dog and I crossed paths many times, and thankfully
Dublin Fire Brigade has 900 personnel. It’s hard to believe these hard working men and women would need training in breakaway techniques. There were numerous stories told of nasty situations that simply got in the way of what they were there to do – save lives and property from being destroyed.
With Christmas now behind us, I am back into my normal routine and it feels good! I always enjoy Christmas. For me it’s a time to reflect over the past year, absorb the lessons, relax and catch up on lots of reading. As long as I can remember I have always been…
As self-defence instructors, this is one subject we are asked about on a regular basis when we talk about self-defence and getting home safe. So, in this article I want to highlight the safety fundamentals when using a taxi. There are a number of dangers when on a night out.