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6 Days Women's Self-Defense Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Camp in Bali, Indonesia

6 Days Women's Self-Defense Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Camp in Bali, Indonesia

  • Canggu, Bali, Indonesia

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Come and visit Canggu for the self-defense camp in Bali, Indonesia. Look forward to an unforgettable week, full of fun activities, learning, and connecting with like-minded women. Learn the basics of self-defense and that everything starts with awareness. Learn how to act and defend yourself in certain situations the correct way. No experience? No worries! Learn how to defend yourself in Bali now!

Highlights

  • Daily self-defense training
  • Workshop about psychological games
  • 2 cultural excursions to various attractions
  • 1 Balinese massage and unlimited coconuts
  • 5 nights accommodation
  • Airport transfer
  • 5 days with instruction
  • German, English
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During this camp, you will be staying at a villa in Canggu, Bali, Indonesia. The villa is overlooking scenic rice paddy fields, decorated with wood and bamboo elements. It’s a private property, exclusive for the ladies only.

The villa is equipped with 15 bedrooms that feature an en-suite bathroom, air conditioning, and balconies. Daily cleaning will be available to assure a comfortable and pleasant stay. The villa also has two lounges to hang out, socialize, or relax with a book, green tropical garden with stunning rice paddy views, two outdoor swimming pools to enjoy a fresh coconut, 24-hour reception to help with any desires, and free Wi-Fi across the entire property.

Girls Kick Ass believes that a woman must not accept, she must challenge. She must not be awed by what has been built up around her. She must reverence that woman in her which struggles for expression. Courage is like a muscle. You strengthen it by use and one of the most courageous things you can do is identify yourself, know who you are, what you believe in, and where you want to go

Enjoy spending a week with people who are here to empower you and to make you feel comfortable in the outside world. Experience nine days of self-defense classes, fun activities such as morning walks at the beach, visit iconic temples, pamper yourself with unlimited massages and coconuts, climb Mount Batur, relax for a day at the spa, and much more.

Camp structure

Avoid critical situations

Many critical situations involving violence are pre-planned. This unhealthy social dynamic is called a psychological mind game. You’ll learn how mind games evolve, how to detect them in early stages, and how to step out once you find yourself in a game situation. You will also learn how to detect game invitations and how to decline them in a smooth respectful way.

Build self-confidence

In most cases, attackers will only attack you if they think they can get away with it. If they sense confidence in their victim, they will usually look for a more vulnerable victim. The self-defense course will boost your confidence through the basic techniques that you can use to fight an attacker.

Improve physical condition

The more you practice, the more natural the self-defense moves become. Your response to danger soon becomes automatic. It’s not about making the right moves, but being aware and practicing the moves until they become a natural reaction.

Practical learning

Learning some basic self-defense techniques is all about deterrence and empowering yourself. Attackers will only attack you if they think they can get away with it. If they sense confidence in their victim, they will usually look for a more vulnerable victim.

Beach day - yoga and surfing

You will enjoy an amazing day at the beach with sun fun and surfing lessons. Yin yoga is a slow-paced style of yoga with postures that are held for longer periods of time. For beginners, it may range from 45 seconds to two minutes; more advanced practitioners may stay in one asana for five minutes or more.

Your outcomes

You will come out of your self-defense boot camps with newly developed skills and confidence. You learned how to get out of five dangerous situations you may face in the future. Self-defense has a positive influence on your entire life. Self-defense helps you to build confidence, to develop a warrior spirit, to improve your street awareness, and it will help you with your goal setting.

It works on your balance, it helps develop self-discipline, and it improves your physical conditioning. Learn the best practices, common scenarios about where to pay attention, and which skills to continue to develop and improve if you want to build upon your new skill set.

These are core moves you will learn over the nine days:

Arm grabbers

Someone is not taking the hint to leave you alone and firmly grabs you by the arm to stop you from leaving. In this situation, you should gain your balance, grab the wrist, and step away. Pull with both arms and use your weight to pull free of the grip.

Elbow grab

Someone is pestering you, firmly grabs you by the arm, and tries stopping you from leaving. If you face this situation, gain your balance, grab the wrist of the arm being grabbed, then suddenly step away.

From behind

Someone has wrapped their arms around your waist, from the front, despite your objections. You should place one arm horizontally against your aggressor’s throat and slap your wrist hard as many times as necessary.

From ground

You have been pushed to the floor, lost your balance, or fell over an obstacle. When you fall, turn onto one side, and curl your knees up. Put the elbows towards your chest and tuck your head behind your forearms.

Hair grabber

You have been grasped painfully by the hair, pulled down to the floor, and pushed to the side. Then you should hold the elbow of their arm and pull your body hard against it. Turn, step, and hit them in the face.

Underneath

An aggressor is sitting on top of you, your back is pushed into the ground, and you are facing the sky. The action you should take is to place one arm horizontally against your aggressor’s throat, slap your wrist hard as many times as necessary.

Learn how to kick some ass to:

  • Bring peace and balance in your attitude
  • Detect psychological mind games
  • Develop a healthy lifestyle
  • Develop your fighter’s reflex
  • Develop your self-discipline
  • Embrace a new engaging behavior
  • Enhance your street awareness
  • Feel less anxious in public
  • Find new ways to engage with others
  • Improve your focus
  • Increase your self-confidence
  • Meet new people
  • Protect yourself

Please note that Girls Kick Ass reserves the right to cancel the retreat in a case of a low number of attendees. The customer will be receiving a 100% refund in a case like that.

Holy spring water temple

Tirta Empul, Bali, is one of the largest and busiest water temples in Indonesia. The temple was found in 926 A.D. and is dedicated to Vishnu, who is the Hindu God of water. The name of the temple actually means “holy water spring” in Balinese. Overlooking the temple complex is a presidential palace that was built for Soekarno, the first president of Indonesia, in 1954. The government palace is now used as a place for visiting dignitaries and important guests.

Iconic rice paddies in Ubud

One of the top 10 things to see in Bali and front and center in every guidebook, these rice terraces are stunning. They give new meaning to the word green. They crawl up the sides of the hills like steps leading you towards the sky. Like so much of Bali, the terraces are equally as empty as beautiful. Except for a few people from nearby resorts, you won’t see anybody here. Plus, there are even fewer people walking through the rice fields. It’s just you and nature.

Monkey forest

This cool and dense swath of jungle, officially called Mandala Wisata Wanara Wana, houses three holy temples. The sanctuary is inhabited by a band of over 600 gray-haired and greedy long-tailed Balinese macaques who are nothing like the innocent-looking doe-eyed monkeys on the brochures. Nestled in the forest is the interesting Pura Dalem Agung. Note that the monkeys keep a keen eye on passing tourists in hope of handouts (or an opportunity to help themselves).

Sunrise hike to Mount Batur

The Mount Batur sunrise trek is one of the most popular tours for good reason. Not only do you get to explore an active volcano and get up close and personal with one of Bali’s most sacred mountains, but you also get to experience spectacular views of the sun bursting onto the horizon in a riot of oranges and yellows and slowly spreading over the caldera and lake below.

Trip to Tanah Lot

The Tanah Lot Temple was built in the 16th century and has been a part of Balinese mythology for centuries. The temple is one of seven sea temples around the Balinese coast. Each of the sea temples was established within eyesight of the next to form a chain along the south-western coast. In addition to Balinese mythology, the temple was significantly influenced by Hinduism.

At the base of the rocky island, venomous sea snakes are believed to guard the temple from evil spirits and intruders. The temple is purportedly protected by a giant snake, which was created from Nirartha’s selendang (a type of sash) when he established the island.

Uluwatu Temple

Heated drama on the edge of the world balanced on the edge of Bali, high overhead the crashing waves of the Indian Ocean at what almost seems to be the edge of the world is Uluwatu Temple. There, every day at 6:00 p.m., a Kecak Fire Dance is performed, which is the Balinese telling of the Hindu legend of Prince Rama. The fire is real, the heat can be blinding, and the drama most definitely entertains.

  • Craig Ma’har

    Craig Ma’har began his martial arts journey as a child in 1982 and dedicates his time to teach other people throughout Australia. Craig is ranked a fifth-degree black belt.

  • Steffen Raebricht

    Steffen is a former parachute officer. Today, he practices being a psychological consultant. His positive radiation and friendliness make it easy to connect with him.

This camp will take place in Canggu, Bali, Indonesia. Canggu is set in the tropical beauty of Bali, with marvelous ocean views and serene surroundings.

Nearby places

  • Echo and Canggu beaches - 10 minutes

A relaxing day at the spa treats you with a choice of body scrub, a signature body massage, and finishes with a prana natural facial. There will be a selection of sea salt, coffee, lulur, or milk bath, which you can choose any one of these beautiful options. This treatment will exfoliate dead skin cells, stimulate blood flow, and eliminate toxic accumulations from your tissues.

Your treatment begins with a foot ritual, a time honored welcome for the weary traveler. Your feet and lower legs will be cleansed with rose petal and peppermint water and then scrubbed with sea salt.

  • 5 nights accommodation
  • Airport transfer from Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS)
  • Cultural excursions to various attractions
  • Daily self-defense training by a pro Mixed Martial Arts instructor
  • 1 Balinese massages and unlimited coconuts
  • Workshop about psychological games
  • Dinner and lunch

Arrival by airplane

Please book your flight to arrive at Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS). Transfer from the airport is included. Girls Kick Ass will pick you up from the airport.

  • A reservation requires a deposit of 25% of the total price.
  • The deposit is fully refundable if the booking is cancelled up to 60 days before the arrival date.
  • The rest of the payment should be paid 60 days before arrival.