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frequently asked Questions

Here you can read various answers to the most frequently asked questions. If you have any further questions, write to us or call us directly.

When can I get in?

You can start immediately  and without waiting! 

Simply book your free trial session right now or contact us by email or phone (see buttons below) or use the CHAT on the website below. 

From what age is training offered?

The minimum age for our is 16 years. There is no upper limit - you decide whether you are too old for martial arts. Have courage. Nothing comes from nothing.

As a beginner, do I need any prerequisites?

No, you don't need any prerequisites - you come in Your first training and everything else develops from then on. We take care of you completely. You should definitely have fun and learn something.

Of course, if you already have some martial arts experience or have a basic level of fitness, this is of course an advantage for you.

Otherwise, we will teach you the basics and make you fit all over the place over time.

Train directly or just watch?

You can't watch us, but you can participate directly - free of charge in the trial session!

Don't worry that we will overwhelm you. It is best if you do a few exercises right away and get a direct impression of the training through partner contact or interaction with the trainer and team. This is the best way for you to decide whether our training is something for you.

What do I need to bring to the first trial session?

You come in loose sportswear (shorts or long pants and a t-shirt) and take a change of t-shirts with you.

In addition, please bring a larger towel, at least one water bottle (please no glass bottle because of the risk of breakage/shards) and indoor sneakers (if possible with light-colored soles and rounded edges)._cc781905-5cde-3194-bb3b- 136bad5cf58d_

That should at least be enough for the trial session.

I wear glasses. Is that a problem for training?

No, glasses are not a problem. Several of our members wear glasses. However, you should make sure that the glasses are not too loose and can easily slip off your head.

Am I the only woman in training?

No, of course we also have women as members. In addition, women in particular should acquire basic self-defense skills.

Since physical assaults on women are primarily committed by men, it makes perfect sense that women would be less likely to train with women, preferring men as training partners. We treat everyone - whether woman or man - gently and adapt the training to individual wishes. 

If you want, just bring your girlfriend with you to the trial session.

Are there specific hygiene requirements?

You should bring freshly washed sportswear to every training session and use deodorant beforehand (if necessary). You should wash your hands thoroughly before training.

What about jewelry, rings, piercings, etc.?

Since you should not injure yourself or your training partner, no jewelry (earrings, finger rings, necklaces, etc.) may be worn during training. If you wear permanent jewelry (piercings), you should ensure that it is secured (e.g. by masking) so that nothing can happen.

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