“Self-defence is not only our right, but our duty too.”

Over the past few years, incidents of crime against women have been on the upswing in India. More and more women are joining the urban workforce and safety of women continues to be a major area of concern, in spite of many regulations laid down by the Government. In key economic centres of the country like Delhi, Gurgaon, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Chennai and Pune, there has been an increase in the number of cases of harassment and molestation being reported.

Be well equipped yourself. The best thing is to learn self-defence techniques. Guess, this would be far easier than asking authorities to increase security, patrolling and the like.

The objective of self defence

  • Prevent harm to you.
  • Cause severe momentary pain to the attacker.
  • Make a quick getaway to a safer location, without being pursued by the attacker.


  • Module 1: Evasion, Avoidance and Deterrence (this would be an interactive discussion cum presentation)
  • Module 2: General self-defence training (this would be a practical session with demonstrations and full participation by all trainees)
  • Module 3: Using common implements and accessories for protection (this would be a practical session with demonstrations)
  • According to your organisation's requirement, we can modify the content, duration and methodology.

Key Takeaway

After this workshop the participants will be able to :

  • Survive situations of serious physical assault with available resources.
  • Combat effortlessly and skilfully using the opponent’s strength against himself.
  • Know the weapons available within one’s body to combat assailants.
  • Build awareness and avoid dangerous situations before they occur.
  • Understand the relevance and importance of emotional strength for combat and survival.
  • Have internal prerequisites for ability to face aggression and to respond effectively.

Facilitator’s Profile

Born in Kannur, Kerala in May 1970, P. Ram Dayal started training and competing in local Sub Junior Kalarippayattu competitions between the ages of 5 to 12. At the age of 14 he seriously began his study and training of Budo (Martial Path) and has been continuously studying and training ever since.
In April 1984 at the age of 14, Ram Dayal started Karate training under the leadership of Sensei P. Kuppusamy, founder of Shorin-ryu Seibukan Karate-do of India Presently Kyoshi P. Ram Dayal is holding a 7th Dan in Karate, 6th Dan in Kobudo and 3rd Dan in Kalaripayattu.
He is the treasurer of All India Karate-do Federation (AIKF) and an ‘A’ grade Referee. His referee seminars are well appreciated & received by the Karate world He is the Indian Representative of Okinawa Karate-do Shorin-ryu Kishaba Juku Mihara Dojo and the President of Okinawa Karate-do Shorin-ryu Kishaba Juku Association of India.
He is the Chairman, Referee Council, National Martial Arts Committee – India. He is the President of State Martial Arts Committee – Kerala, which is affiliated to National Martial Arts Committee – India, a member of Tafisa, recognized by International Olympic Committee (IOC), WHO, ICSSPE & UNESCO.

Dan in Karate


Dan in Kobudo


Dan in Kalaripayattu