Krav-Maga’s definition

Krav Maga (in Hebrew "combat with contact") is a combat discipline, simple, fast, effective, accessible to all categories of population.

This discipline, founded by Imi Lichtenfeld (1910-1998), emphasizes combat management, environmental analysis, and self-preservation, in all circumstances and consists of two main parts:

- The self-defense which is its framework, and which brings together various techniques allowing to defend against a wide variety of attacks, armed or not and to quickly overcome one or more attackers.

- The hand-to-hand combat which constitutes a more advanced phase of Krav Maga, and includes the psychological dimension of the combat (managing stress, group work, weapons…)

The discipline is practiced with suitable protections. It is not necessary to have great flexibility or special physical abilities.

Penchak Silat or Pencak Silat is a martial art and Self-Defense practiced in the Malaysian world.

The Teaching is provided as part of legal self-defense.


To practice Krav-Maga in Monaco go to The International Martial Arts Academy of Monaco ("go").

The Krav-Maga practiced at the Academy is internationally recognized:

The International Martial Arts Academy of Monaoc is affiliated to :

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The Monegasque Krav Maga Federation
Approved by the Monaco Governement and recognized by the monegasque Olympic Committee
7, rue Suffren Reymond - MC 98 000 Monaco - Principauté de Monaco
Tel. +377 (0)6 07 93 31 36

affiliated to the World Federation of Krav-Maga WFKM

Logo FEDE FMK 2016 200Teaching at the Academy:

  • An art of living and well being for adults!

  • Excellent educational activity for teenagers and children from 3 years old!



Benefits of Krav-Maga for teenager and kids for 3 years old

The benefits of Krav-Maga for adults (women and men) and teenagers from 15 yrs

> CHILDREN from 3 to 14 
> ADULTS/TEEN from 15



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