Krav Maga

The concept of Krav Maga is to take the most simple and practical techniques of other fighting styles like boxing, wrestling and street fighting and make them quick and easy to teach.  The name itself can be translated from Hebrew to English as “contact combat.”  There are several organizations, including officers of the law, learning the aggressive defensive and offensive maneuvers that Krav Maga has to offer.

Classes are held on Mondays and Wednesdays from 5:30-6:30 PM Pacific   JOIN NOW >

A snapshot of what to expect with a Krav Maga class:

  1. Warm up for safety.
  2. Physical activity ranges from low to high impact depending on the students in attendance.
    Personalized adjustments can be offered for a variety of fitness levels.
  3. Techniques are focused on self defense including yet not limited to strikes & kicks from a vertical or horizontal position.
  4. Exercises encourage conditioning and development of the body and mind.
  5. Lessons train the student to be prepared for multiple types of attack.
  6. Diversity is valued.  Women and men ages 13 to 99 are welcome.
  7. Be prepared to work with others.
  8. Clothes that are comfortable, safe and will not impair anyone’s movement are required.
  9. Water is typically available.  However, your own hydration is recommended to make for efficient breaks during larger attendance.

Compensation for the highly trained Defense Instructor for education that could save your life:

  • One Drop In Class 15
    Payment goes toward an Unlimited package upon same day signup.
  • Unlimited (month by month) 80
  • Limited (4 classes per month) 50



Seminars are currently offered by request for Self-Defense, Firearms and Wilderness.


The goal is to help you increase awareness of situations and circumstances as well as tools to defend yourself.  Remember your safety is your responsibility.  We can help you gain the skills.  These seminars are customized to the audience.  The expectations above for Krav Maga can be a general preparation guideline.  Further expectations may be shared between scheduling and the event itself.

Coming Soon in 2019

Please include a NOTE with your full Name, Seminar Date and Type in a secure $40 payment for your reservation.



Beginner Firearms training teaches students the basics about handguns.

  • Safety
  • Parts of a handgun (revolver, semi-automatic, others as available)
  • Handling a handgun
  • Aiming a handgun
  • Loading a handgun
  • Shooting a handgun

Generally, students are required to wear comfortable outdoor gear appropriate for the expected weather at either Firearms or Wilderness seminar location.  Further expectations may be added per seminar posting.

NRA Basics of Pistol Shooting Course

This course is the best way to learn the basics of pistol shooting from the top firearms training organization in the world! In some states this is the first step to obtaining a concealed carry permit.  No short cuts are taken and we aim for every student to gain a thorough understanding of pistols.  The content of this course is designed to accommodate all types of learning styles and help everyone earn a top score.

Location: Indoor Range of the Spokane Rifle Club 

  • Saturday June 8th 0900-1600 Closed
  • Sunday June 16th 0900-1600
  • Sunday July 7th 0900-1600 

Space is limited SIGN UP NOW >


  • First Half is Classroom / Lecture
  • Written Test (100% preparation to handle firearm)
  • Short Bring Your Own Lunch Break
  • Second Half is Range / Shooting
  • Range Test (primarily focused on safety)

Included in this Course:

  • Course Material (booklet)
  • Instruction
  • Range Fee
  • Variety of pistols to practice with
  • Up to ~100 rounds of ammunition (for onsite in class use only)
  • Protective wear for eyes and ears
  • Light snack
  • Water

Early Bird Pricing may still be available SIGN UP NOW >

Optional Items for You to Bring:

  • Your own pistol (clean and in good repair)
  • Your own ammunition
  • Your own protective wear for eyes and ears
  • A writing instrument (pen, pencil, digital)
  • A notepad (paper or digital)
  • Non-alcoholic beverage

How to Prepare for this Course:

  1. Read the Spokane Rifle Club Range Safety Information
  2. Recommended Attire:
    • Cover your skin with tighter fitting clothes that are maneuverable and comfortable to help you handle your firearm safely.
    • Wear closed toed flat shoes with a decent grip to help you with a proper firing stance.
    • Brimmed hats can offer a little extra protection from hot cartridges that fly in the air after being ejected.
  3. Bring your eager happy ready to learn self a few minutes early to sign in at the Spokane Rifle Club 6411 N Aubrey L White Pkwy, Spokane, WA 99208  🙂

Even latecomers are welcome… for a price ;-} SIGN UP NOW >


Beginner Wilderness / Survival training teaches students the basics about how to survive outdoors.  Some of the highlights are listed below:

  • Safety
  • Fire
  • Water
  • Shelter
  • First Aid

Generally, students are required to wear comfortable outdoor gear appropriate for the expected weather at Wilderness / Survival seminar location.  Further expectations may be added as seminars are posted.

Coming Soon

Please include a NOTE with your full Name, Seminar Date and Type in a secure $50 payment for your reservation.