Date:07/04/2019 - 27/10/2019
Time:10:00 am - 11:30 am
ID Required: No
Nyeusi Self-Defence is an effective and straightforward self-defence system that can be learnt by anyone aged 18 – 90.
Other than having their GP’s approval to participate in aerobic, high impact, physical activity, learners do not have to be highly fit, flexible or have past self-defence experience.
The trainer and creator of Nyeusi Self-Defence has drawn from over 30 years experience of self-defence training, to create a system that combines parts of many fighting systems from around the world.
Nyeusi Self-defence has set techniques, but welcomes the addition of any effective and practical techniques.
Nyeusi Self-Defence uses the Kiswahili language as that is the language used by its host – the Pan-African Congress Movement (PACM).
Nyeusi means black in Kiswahili and black is the spiritual colour for among other things: Protection.
The right eye of Heru is a spiritual symbol for the destructive power of the Supreme Spirit. In Kemet if you possessed the power of the right eye of Heru it was said:
‘Great will be your power and mighty your majesty over the bodies of your enemies. They will fall howling on their faces, all mankind will cringe beneath you and your might, they will respect you in that vigorous form.
Ages: 18 years and over.
Fee: £3 per session / per person.
Equipment needed: Towel, drinking water, loose fitting clothes for training, trainers/plimsolls, no boots.
Sessions: Sundays / 10 am – 11:30 am
Begins 7th April 2019
Venue: The Temple of Maat & Shrine of Mami Wata
(Maa Maat Centre)
366A High Road, Tottenham, London N17 9HT
Tube: Seven Sisters
Train: Bruce Grove, Tottenham Hale, South Tottenham.
Bus: 149, 123, 341, 230, 243, 318, W4, 41, 476, 259.
For more information call: 07510 249828