“I wanted to let you know that last night one of our girls was attacked. Thanks to your self-defense class she got away and is well. I wanted to reiterate how much we appreciate you coming and teaching us those skills!”
The only LEVEL ONE Guided Chaos Training Center in the Midwest - Certified Instructor – Brent Ames
Mission: To provide stunningly effective self-defense instruction and training for all levels of ability and fitness. We only train in a proven self defense system for your protection and survival not for sport.
Please call for your free introductory lesson with no pressure to sign a contract.
Fees are by Seminars, class, month or year. Proceeds support CHAMPS.
Our class exercises enhance core strength, body unity, balance, looseness and sensitivity and are all applicable
to enhancing your ability to Defend yourself.
This system will benefit students of all levels.
I started this system as a Black Belt in American Karate and it enhanced my Karate skills as well.
Sometimes called Close Quarters Combat (CQC or close combat), World War II-era American combatives were largely developed by Britain's William E. Fairbairn and Eric A. Sykes.
In 1979, John Perkins created Guided Chaos,
an ORIGINAL, advanced system of free-form ADAPTIVE self-defense that takes many
years of disciplined training to master.
However, not everyone has that kind of time…and violent criminals aren’t going to wait.
As a Grandmaster in Combat Martial Arts under the ICMAF , Perkins has taken key energy principles of Guided Chaos and used them to enhance the authentic and already proven World War II hand-to-hand close quarters combat methods of Col. Rex Applegate and Fairbairn and Sykes, and created Guided Chaos Combatives, a system anyone can master in just weeks with diligent practice.
This is NOT watered down, politically correct nonsense. It also isn’t competitive sport fighting–which has rules, and training methods that follow those rules. It is the real deal, used on the battlefield and in NY streets by active duty law enforcement.