‘Violence is guaranteed in life’: One Brooklyn studio says self-defense leads to peace

Krav Maga Experts founder and CEO is teaching Brooklyn residents how to use their mind and body to protect themselves.

Katelynn Ulrich

Jun 12, 2024, 11:16 AM

Updated 41 days ago

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Krav Maga Experts teaches that everyone has the right to walk in peace.
Recent NYPD data shows that there was a roughly 10% increase in reported rapes this May compared to May 2023.
Krav Maga Experts founder and CEO says the unreported cases often end up in his studio.
There, he teaches them how to feel safe, knowing that, should anything happen, their mind and body are prepared to protect them.
"Just like you learn to swim at a very young age in case you go around water. Violence is guaranteed in life; whether you have to face it or fear it, its presence is guaranteed," said founder and CEO Tsahi Shemesh.
You can learn more about the studio at their website.


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