I was recently asked to teach a self-defense class for women with disabilities. This was a new opportunity for me and I didn’t know what to expect, but I was told mostly I would be talking about awareness and we wouldn’t do as many moves. In the weeks leading up to my class I found quite a few self-defense resources for people with disabilities.
Criptaedo is a form of martial arts create by a man living with Spina bifida and is geared towards those who are in wheelchairs or use crutches and canes for mobility.
He has two videos I really liked. The first is defending an attack while in a wheelchair or on crutches.
His second video shows how to escape a knife attack:
Learn more about self-defense for people with disabilities at Criptaedo.com.
There is also the International Disabled Self-Defense Association, Defenseability.com
Learn about emotional and physical self-defense on my Self Defense page.
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2 thoughts on “Criptaedo – How People With Disabilities Fight Back!”
Thanks. I’ll send you an email. 🙂
This is Paul the creator of Criptaedo would love to partner sometime