Krav Maga Bristol was established in 2005 by Instructor Paul Grey. In our first 11 years we have trained every Krav Maga Instructor in the Bristol area, or their immediate instructor. In the southwest, nearly every school has a lineage going directly to us irrespective of their organisation. Krav Maga Bristol has featured in The Sunday Times, The Observer, Combat Magazine and Martial Arts Illustrated BBC Radio.
Krav Maga Bristol sessions are taught by Coach Paul Grey. Paul is supported by Andy Gregory and Cheuk Lai, both Full Krav Maga Instructors. Paul heads up the British Krav Maga Instructor Development Programme and leads programme design for the Association.
We offer 6 hours a week across Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Typically classes are broken into striking and self-defence elements combined cutting edged metabolic conditioning sessions.
Krav Maga Bristol hosts seminars, courses and Bootcamps several times a year. We also host International Seminars with Guest Instructors from all over the world. Bootcamps are hosted once a year and involve 2 to 4 days immersive training with specialist Instructors.
Krav Maga Bristol offers a 16-week beginners programme. The beginner's programme takes students through a series of modules addressing common street attacks, robbery and multiple attacker scenarios. After 16-20 weeks students are tested via an immersive 5 hr training session common replicating scenarios and attempted muggings.
If you'd like to try Krav Maga for yourself, we offer free trial classes and occasional beginner courses. You can find out more by visiting the Krav Maga Bristol website. We have satellite krav maga schools located in Redcliffe, Speedwell and Patchway. More Krav Maga Schools can be found by clicking on the link.