Champions Krav Maga Academy
WELCOME TO CKMA SELF DEFENCE AND MARTIAL ARTS CLASSES FOR EVERYDAY PEOPLE IN BRISBANE
Champions Krav Maga Academy was founded in 2022 by Max McGregor, 2nd Dan Black Belt under Gendai-Ryu Krav Maga & Jiu-Jitsu, and a former member of the Australian Defence Force. It is designed to teach self-defence in a realistic and practical manner. CKMA teaches self-defence so people can be safe, confident, and have the ability to protect themselves and others. Gendai-Ryu, which means "Modern System", has adopted a multidisciplinary approach to training. It combines multiple martial arts, creating a Mixed Modern Combatives system that creates a versatile, well-rounded, and effective version Modern Krav Maga. Dr. Gavriel Schneider is the head of GendaiRyu KravMaga & Jiu–Jitsu's system. He is a 7th degree Black Belt and one of Australia's most skilled self-defense instructors. He also has a PhD in best-practice use of force and defensive tactics training methodology. Modern Krav Maga allows us to draw on a variety proven martial arts systems and incorporate the best self-defence methods into our curriculum. We train with a realistic mindset and approach, because there are no mats, rules or referees in real-life scenarios. Gendai-Ryu Krav Maga & Jiu-Jitsu has been battle tested by Military, Police, Specialised Security and everyday people hundreds of times over the last two decades and has been credited with saving lives on many occasions. The Gendai-Ryu Krav Maga & Jiu-Jitsu System is the best combination for serious martial artists who want street practical self defense but also want to be rounded and competent martial artists.
Holland Park is a southern suburb in the City of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. In the 2016 census, Holland Park had a population of 8,111 people. == Geography == Holland Park is 9.3 kilometres (5.8 mi) by road south-east of the Brisbane GPO. It is mostly residential, with some commercial areas along Logan Road. Holland Park is an older suburb made of largely post-World War II wooden homes. Logan Road bisects the slightly hilly suburb.