What this means is, that there is nothing difficult for you to learn and why should there be?
The concern you may have is that you may have been taught a complex system in your past that involved multi-move components, that you had to remember along with lots of strange (made up) names for certain techniques? If you have, then you can put your concern to bed right now.
We will not, for example, ask you to stand on your ‘platform whilst using a ‘single motor reflex under-hand grip’ with your left hand, while your 'right hand supports the rear quarter triceps muscle in a reverse underhand ploughing technique, while all the time making sure your backside points to the north at an approximate angle of 35 degrees!'
No having to learn each and every name of every technique or being able to show that you can break each technique down into different component parts (that is seriously old 1970's and 1980's teaching).
Our method of instruction is easy because we understand that teaching and instruction isn't just about what we know – it’s about what we can help people do in the most simple yet efficient way and with little or no complexity.
This is our 'secret sauce' (so to speak) and it will literally blow your mind whilst improving your confidence and self-esteem!
So, if you simply want to learn and teach a common sense approach to teaching physical restraint then you have definitely come to the right place.