Self defence for women | Arakan Martial Art

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Arakan for Women



Ladies Self Defence

Arakan Martial Art® is passionate about helping ladies become more empowered and confident. We teach you fast and effective self-defence techniques that will keep you and your loved ones safe. 

You will learn to move your body in very dynamic ways and use your opponent’s size and energy against them - meaning you do not need size or brute strength to be able to protect yourself effectively. By developing a greater understanding of body weight, momentum and moving with the path of least resistance, you will learn to produce flowing movements that are precise, powerful, and speedy - a distinct advantage against an attacker who may be perceivably bigger and stronger than you.

Our goal for you to achieve at training Arakan Martial Art® is some of the following:

  • increase situational and environmental awareness
  • learn practical and effective self-defence skills
  • gain self-confidence, empowerment, focus and awareness
  • learn skills and techniques to ensure the safety and wellbeing of yourself and loved ones
  • learn skills to remain calm in heightened situations
  • learn to diffuse and divert a potential situation
  • learn to effectively and efficiently control any situation should it escalate
  • increase your health and fitness
  • learn to manage stressful situations and levels
  • improve mental focus and concentration
  • gain a greater understanding of body mechanics
  • improve hand eye coordination and speed
  • increase self-motivation and self-discipline
 
Our Gold Coast location has two full time female Instructors available, one available in Melbourne and one available in Sydney.
You can choose if you prefer to train with a male or female instructor!
Self defence for women
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Arakan Martial Art® is not a competition based style, so you will not be fighting or competing against another student. Our focus is fast and effective self-defence techniques. Arakan Martial Art® as a club provides a safe environment for everyone to come together and learn self-defence skills and techniques, whilst increasing overall health and well-being. 

We have both male and female instructors to guide you along your Arakan journey and will do our best to match you with an instructor who can best nurture and inspire you. Click here to start your journey today!

Don’t just take our word for it though! Listen to what some of our female members say.


Our Female Instructors



As a woman I am responsible for my own safety and Arakan Martial Art has given me the confidence to be able to defend myself if the situation arises. I started Arakan for weight loss and I achieved this, but I also gained so much more along the way; my journey has been incredible and I would recommend every woman give Arakan a go as it has changed my life. The ride is truly worth taking...

Mhari Bain





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