Private Training

UPDATE AS OF JAN. 2022

Our current private training load is full and, therefore, we are not accepting any new students.

However, if you are already a part of the Tiga Tactics tribe (you’re enrolled in one of our online courses, previously trained with us, or attended one of our seminars or webinars), we would be happy to accommodate you for a limited number of training sessions.

See below for how to request a private training session or bundle.

PRIVATE TRAINING

Private training is a one-on-one session (or bundle of one-on-one sessions) tailormade to your self-defense and fitness needs.

These sessions can be in person or online (via Zoom).

We can personalize your training to your specific needs so that we can meet your goals together.

Some areas of customized instruction include, but not limited to, the following:

  • Empty-hand striking skills
  • Edged weapon skills
  • Unarmed defense against:
      • Knives and other blades
      • Sticks, clubs, and baseball bats
      • Surprise street attacks
  • Women’s self-defense
  • Grappling and ground defense
  • Improvised weapons (e.g. flashlight, pen, etc.)
  • Firearms (basic handgun, pistol for home defense)
  • Law enforcement defensive tactics
  • Military combatives

SEMI-PRIVATE TRAINING

Semi-private training is for a small group of your training partners (up to a maximum of 4 people) who are looking for specific instruction that addresses each individual’s needs while enhancing everyone’s skills through partnered drills and team-building exercises.

The same types of customized instruction listed above can be offered to small training groups and we can accommodate for each individual’s differing skill levels. However, everyone in the group must agree to work on the same type of training together. No breakout sessions within a semi-private training group will be allowed — otherwise, it’s just private training with other people present, and that’s not fair to the group.

Semi-private training is ideal for:

  • Families
  • Close friends
  • Athletes with shared goals
  • Small squads from law enforcement or the military
  • Executives looking for team-building and leadership development
  • Leaders of nonprofits, corporations, and charities looking to increase their organization’s security and well being.