Black Dragon Self Defense (kenpo karate based martial arts)

For those looking for a more traditional martial art discipline, Direct Action Tactical Self Defense Training Center is pleased to offer American Kenpo Karate based classes. These classes are offered through Black Dragon Self Defense.

The American Kenpo style as taught by Eric Sollenberger, founder of Black Dragon, fits well with the Direct Action Tactical philosophy of “Real World Knowledge by Real World Instructors.”  Much more than a typical martial art system, American Kenpo Karate uses real-world situations to prepare you in case you ever need to use what is learned. It’s self defense for what you’re likely to encounter.

American Kenpo Karate is not pretty, flashy or impractical. It is designed to get you out of trouble and back home safely – I cannot say as much for those who attack you.

In the studio, we do solid body work and sparring to prepare ourselves. We work hard, we train hard and we fight hard.

Because Kenpo Karate relies on speed and brutally striking vital targets instead of physical strength, it is extremely effective and can be performed by someone of any body type or experience.

To learn more about Black Dragon including pricing and information on Mr. Sollenberger please visit the Black Dragon Kenpo website. Classes are held at the Direct Action Tactical Self Defense Training Center on Monday and Thursday evenings from 7:30pm – 8:30pm.

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu

Direct Action Tactical is excited to be partnering with Lancaster Brazilian Jujitsu to bring you Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu classes.  Whether you’re an experienced martial artist wishing to add grappling to your arsenal or a beginner looking to learn how to protect yourself and your family, you will find our workshop instructor, Brian Fisher, is eager to help you on your journey.  Brian is a brown belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.  He has 10 years of experience enabling him to equip you with the necessary tools to master one of the most effective martial arts in the world in a safe learning environment.

Classes are offered Wednesday evenings 6:00-7:30 and are open to current DAT students and non DAT students. The cost will be $15 for DAT Monthly Members and $25 for all others.