Every woman has the right to:

  • feel safe and be safe at home, at work and on the street;
  • live, work, travel and socialise without harassment; and
  • hospitalise anyone that attempts to restrict these rights through physical assault!

On International Women’s Day 2017 we affirm every woman’s right to learn to use the tool of violence to save her own life, or the life of someone she loves, in a single weekend.

Our next TFT Live Training in Sydney is the weekend of 1–2 April. As a special concession to gender equality we are accepting male trainees as well! 😉

A participant at a previous weekend commented, “I woke up on Monday morning knowing I had a skill I didn’t have when I went to sleep on Friday night. If I had to protect my family, with their lives in immediate danger, I knew I had the knowledge, the intent and the ability to do whatever it took to keep them safe”.

Register now!


When: Sat 1 & Sun 2 April

Time: 8.30 am to 5.30 pm each day

Place: Bridge Road School, 127 Parramatta Rd, Camperdown

Cost: $495; early bird $395 (pay by Sunday 25 March)

Why learn?

Read Radical therapy for a Good Girl, a post from one of our female students;

also How will you react to unavoidable violence?, a post from one of our male students.

What makes Target Focus Training different?

TFT is an evidence-based program that uses the best research available to empower you to use the most important weapon you possess – your brain. Because surviving a violent encounter requires both the knowledge of what to do, and the will to do it.

And, like learning to ride a bike or swim, once you quickly and easily learn these skills, you never forget them. In the process you gain a true life-skill, one that enables you to survive the most critical 5 seconds of your life.

If you are a busy person with no interest in martial arts who just wants to learn how to survive violence, this weekend is the only training you will ever need.

If you are a serious martial artist, you will be astonished to discover what you’ve never learned before.

This is not just another self-defence primer with a bunch of scenarios and a lot of feel-good nonsense, nor is it cultural or legacy martial arts, or combat sport where you’re safe behind a set of rules and a referee to enforce them.

And it’s not about punching and kicking, or learning how to fight. It has nothing to do with athleticism, size, speed or strength.

Because none of that guarantees you’ll survive unexpected violence.


Maximum 20 attendees

Training is open to participants only — no observers.

Female participants must be at least 16 years old; male participants at least 18 years old.

Register now!

Still not sure?

You can call Andrew on (02) 9380 7170 to discuss whether this training is right for you.

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