Eagles Self Defense

Eagles Self Defense

5.0 (3)
5 hires on Lessons.com
1 employee
2 years in business

About this pro

  • Get fit while learning to defend yourself, you will also learn self-discipline, focus and persistence.
  • Able to defend against predators, bullies and confrontations.
  • Develope awareness and self defense tactics, this is true freedom, this is real confedence.
  • Please call 214-601-3963

All the stories my students have told me where they were mugged, stalked or attacked and they survived with my training.

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Credentials

Carrollton, TX 75010
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3 Reviews

5.0

  • Christine Edera

    David is a skilled instructor, well trained in this art style

  • Scott Rudy

    The individual attention

  • Ed Nesbit

    GM Roser is a great teacher for anyone who wants to learn traditional authentic martial arts !



FAQs


What is your typical process for working with a new student?

Your protection is number one!

I like to know the student and get an idea of their needs, what they expect, my aim is to make a positive transformation.


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

My instructor is a certified instructor of Chen Bing!

If you want to know how powerful that is just walk into a kung fu school and drop Bings name. I'm a second degree in kempo, a purple in advanced combat taichi and a first in taekwondo.


Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

Like I said before I'm not super cheap for a few reasons.

First I'm providing private lessons so you have all my focus.

Next my extensive background in taichi means I know why techniques work, if you have ever been taught a technique at a school and couldn't get it to work you understand why that's a great quality.

Because of my understanding of the human body I can work with all ages, all shapes and size and all qualities that make you a unique human being.


How did you get started teaching?

I made the mistake of trying to make people better through commercialized martial arts but in doing so I started a business that I still maintain even after the shut down of my school, I still had students that refused to learn from anyone else so I continued to teach them in private lesson settings, I passed my business cards to rec centers and one day I got an unexpected call from a girls center in need of a self defense instructor for young girls. Moral of the story my failure was just one step to success.