Sarah Chevassus – Black belt 3rd Darga and Director
I discovered Krav Maga in 2005 and began training in Paris. Direct student of Richard Douieb, director of the European Federation of Krav Maga and direct student of Imi Lichtenfeld. I participated to special trainings organised by Richard Douieb and David Fitoussi, Gilles Hassine, Michael Obadia, Jean-Luc Régnier, and Steve Schmitt 4th Dan who are some of the most ranked in Krav Maga in Europe.
2010 Black belt 1st Dan of the Fédération Française de Karaté et Disciplines Associées (French Federation of Karate).
2011 I obtained my grade of FEKM instructor and the first aid from the red cross and RCR.
2012 I successfuly passed my exam for the Black belt 2nd Darga FEKM;
2016 : Ceinture noire 3ème Darga (European Federation of Kram Maga)
Today I give Krav Maga lessons to share my passion
Véronique A. – Assistant
Véronique started Krav Maga in 2012 without any previous martial arts experience. It was the search for self-defense techniques both efficient and realistic that brought her to Krav Maga. After researching a few schools from different federations, she chose Krav Maga Self-Defense Montreal for its emphasis on technique (precision and detail when performing a technique are key to its efficiency).
While we are seldom entirely ready for any scenario, 4 years of Krav Maga training have made her more prepared and confident if she found herself in a dangerous situation. In her role as an assistant, she enjoys guiding the newer students through their learning of the foundational techniques because she believes that everyone should know how to properly react in a dangerous situation.
A Krav Maga Seminar is a 2 or 3hours class that can be followed by anybody, from the beginner to the most advanced. You don’t need to have done any Krav Maga class or martial art class to come to a Seminar. In a Seminar you will be learning simple and effective self defense techniques. Everybody is welcome, from young adults (minimum 18 years old) to elders, women and men, beginners and masters. The techniques that are teached in the seminars will help you to defend yourself against different common attacks, from chokes, stick or knife attack.
We suggest that you wear: white shirt, black pant, running shoes, a cup and shin guards.