violence vi·o·lence ˈvī(ə)ləns/ noun: behavior involving physical force intended to hurt, damage, or kill someone or something. (Merriam-Webster)
Violence dynamics: the logistics of the use of force – how, where and when it happens, and its greater relevance on the spectrum of human communication and conflict behavior.
In April, 2016, we invite you to join us for six days of training. Here we explore the logic and legality of use of force, conflict communication and the mechanics of violence and defense with Rory Miller, Marc MacYoung, Kathy Jackson, Terry Trahan, and Kasey Keckeisen.
We’re excited. These are five world-class instructors, all with years of experience teaching the use of defensive force to others.
Tuesday, April 12 – Sunday, April 17, 2016 in Oakland, CA, USA
In one six-day intensive course, we are creating the opportunity to explore the same concepts many force operators spend years of their lives and thousands of force encounters to buy.
Don’t miss this chance.
Full Course: $699
The Whole Enchilada
Intro Package: $249
Tuesday & Wednesday. This package covers in-depth the logic and context of violence,
conflict communication, and a practical overview of physical self-defense.
Advanced Package: $349
Three days. Friday – Sunday. This is new material; weapons familiarization,
environmental training, threat assessment, urban stalking.
Weekend Only: $299
A shorter version of the advanced package.
Individual Days: $149
Please specify the days for which you would like to register as a note to the seller when you make your payment.