Saturday 3:00p – 4:30p / Sunday 12:30p – 2:00p
This workshop includes instruction and hands on training. It is designed to help particpants recognize potentially dangerous situations and to develop behavior to reduce the probability of an initital encounter. The participants will be taught basic self-defense designed to significantly reduce the degree of physical harm that might come to her.
April 21st Rank Testing at the Ranch – Testing will be held at the UMSF Ranch! New start time will be 10a.m.! Giving us cooler a mornings to begin testing, especially since summer is coming up. Master Sam’s ask that everyone drink plenty of water to hydrate their bodies a couple of days prior to testing.
April 20 – 22, 2012 Chief Master Marlin Sims will be one of the presenters at the 6th Annual Korean Martial Art Festival to be held in Crestview Florida. This year Chief Master Sims will be teaching the science (concepts and theory) behind martial forms/body motions. If you wanting to improve your understanding of transitions and body postures and how they work this is one session you don’t want to miss.
Women’s Self-Defense classes at the 15th annual Talian Waajid Presents Worlds and Natural Hair Health and Beauty Show
May 4th UMSF Camp Out –. The UMSF Committee met last Saturday and finalized details on the “UMSF Camp Out”: food and activities are planned. Sleeping under the stars will be a great time with Mother Nature. If you have a tent and sleeping bag… bring them along but they are not mandatory! There will be a sign up list at the school and all students can bring one friend. We will set up camp at 6:00PM on Friday afternoon to follow with making some dinner over a camp fire. Next day is breakfast and horseback riding. More information is available upon request.
Contact us at our new Number (678) 489 – 4008
May 9th Woodward Academy Rank Testing – Students will be rank testing at their normal martial art class times. Parents are invited, bring a camera, you’ll be proud of how much your child has accomplished!
FREE COMMUNITY OUTREACH PROGRAM
Presented By Family Martial Art School and Jamaican Mango & Lime
Saturday November 5, 2011 – 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
A simple yet effective Self-Defense program designed for females of all ages. This program is unique among the many self-defense programs on the market today. Instead of teaching a large number of techniques, which may overwhelm the participants and cause a delay in reacting to an assault, this course only teaches one technique which consists of four very effective yet simple parts which are easy to learn and remember.
This workshop will teach you how to prevent physical assault and provide insight into mental aspects of resistance and physical techniques. This technique deals with positive self-defense tactics that anyone can employ to effectively ward off or subdue an attacker. Each student will gain insight and understanding and develop principles and methods of self-defense. This technique is designed to use a minimum number of movements for responding to a number of encounters.
This program has been developed for and used by some of America’s top corporations, colleges, hospitals, and health clubs including; IBM, General Foods, Readers Digest, ABB, Philip Morrow, South Carolina and New York branches of Girl Scouts, Sun Trust Bank, Club Fit, and many more.
effective, and easy-to-learn self-defense program for women of all ages.
In Just 4 Hours….
Learn highly effective techniques that can subdue even the strongest would-be attacker with minimal effort.
Recognize potentially dangerous situations and develop behavior to reduce the probability of an initial encounter.
Acquire a better understanding of your own capabilities and a greater confidence to cope with the unexpected.
This program is a four-hour course that includes a lecture, demonstration and realistic hands on training. It is compacted into three intensive phases that can be brought to your place of work, church, or club meetings
This self-defense course is designed to help participants to recognize potentially dangerous situations and appropriate behavior when faced with a physical attack. This behavior will reduce the probability of an initial encounter. But given a set of circumstances where physical contact appears unavoidable, the participants will be taught basic self-defense techniques designed to significantly reduce the degree of physical harm that might come to her.
Master Sims and The United Martial Science Federation along with his two assistants and students Mr. Lawrence Johnson and Mr. Antonio Ortez would like to thank all of the young ladies who came out participating in the women’s self-defense workshop held at Clayton State University in Morrow on Tuesday, 18 of October. We hope that everyone had a great time and learn a lot about self protection in the event of a unwanted physical attack upon their person. In the workshop we discussed what is sexual assault and forcible rape and how the law defines them. Also we looked at and discuss the profiles of the different types of perpetrators of a sexual assault/forcible rape (anger rape, power rape, sadistic rape, date rape, and gang rape). We also discussed the targets and target area along with how to prevent from becoming a victim. At the end there was a discussion on your right to defend yourself or a third person. When it’s one’s justified under the law in the using of physical or deadly force?
The Unite Martial Science Federation at its Headquarters’ school located at 630 Highway 314 Suite 1011, Fayetteville, Georgia 30214 in co-sponsorship with Jamaican Mango and Lime will be hosting a free community outreach program women’s self-defense class Saturday, November 5, 2011 from 1 PM to 4 PM once again. Some comments from some of the participants,
1)Jade Small. ” the course was fun and funny”
2) Tamika Smith. ” a woman touch on the side, (FOOD we like to Eat)” Must have been one of the big Girl’s. lol
3) Bridney Stewart informed. ” I want to go to the school”
4) Patrice Smith informed “The course covered the information I wanted to know”
5) Nafisah Cabbell ” The information was easy to understand”
6) Crystal Peterson ” The reading material and handouts were useful, but more action for a college crowd”
7) Marlene Bien ” Alot of fun. Thank you. “
8) Bianca Bates ” More time”
9)Critin Arties ” Next time longer please to learn the techniques”
10) Damoli Harris ” The course met my exspectations “
11) Ashley Howard ” Overall i would rate it a TEN, Great Job!!! “
12) Taszena Bradheim ” I would recommend this course to another person, deffinately”
These are just a few of the comments that we received from the participants. we look forward to seeing everyone at the women Self Defense course in Nov 5 2011 at our headquater school 630 hwy 314 Fayetteville Ga.
See you there
For those who have signed up for the competition please meet us at the school this Saturday, (September, 24) we will leave at 6am. 7:30 is practice time and 9:30 is competition. Lunch is included in entry fee and $5.00 for spectators that wanna eat! Come have fun!