Darren Levine Seminar
Day 1: Common Objects: Defenses and Attacks vs. Armed/Unarmed Aggressors
Day 2 (green belt & above only): Military Tactics, Rifle vs Rifle, Bayonet, Sentry Exercises, much more
Krav Maga of Orange County is excited to have Darren Levine, Krav Maga Worldwide Chief Instructor, conduct 2 days of seminars at our Irvine location on Saturday, July 15th, from 9:00 am - 3:00 pm and Sunday, July16th, 9:00 am - 3:00 pm.
The day 1 seminar will cover the use of Common Objects and defensive and offensive tools vs. combatives (kicks, punches, etc.) as well as vs. knife and stick attacks.
The day 2 seminar is open to green belts and above only and will cover military tactics including rifle vs. rifle drills, bayonet use, sentry takedown exercises and much more. The seminar will also cover advanced Military krav maga Techniques such as weapon retention,use rifles for defense against eadged or blunt objects, multi-weapon defenses... plus many surprises! This reality-based training will address real-life attacks and scenarios taken from actual crimes occurring in our communities.
The first day seminar is open to ALL levels.
The second day seminar is open to green belt level students and above ONLY.
Darren Levine, a 6th-degree black belt, founded the nonprofit Krav Maga Association of America, Inc. at the personal request of Krav Maga Grandmaster Imi Lichtenfeld. Mr. Levine serves as the Chairman of the Board and U.S. Chief Instructor of Krav Maga Worldwide. He was certified as a Krav Maga instructor in 1981 by the Israeli Ministry of Education and the Wingate Institute of Physical Education and Sport in Netanya, Israel. Mr. Levine has taught Krav Maga to thousands civilians and local, state, and federal law enforcement officers, as well as to military special operation and counter-terror units on an official basis, throughout the United States and abroad.
In addition, Darren Levine has served as a Deputy District Attorney for the County of Los Angeles since 1990. As a prosecutor, he was a senior member of the Crimes Against Peace Officers Section (CAPOS), an elite special trials unit tasked with the responsibility of prosecuting the most violent crimes committed against peace officers. In that position for nearly 15 years, he has prosecuted numerus cases involving the murders of on duty peace officers and was entrusted with prosecuting some of the most challenging, complex, and high profile cases in the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office. Currently, he serves as a supervisor in the District Attorney's Office. He has been recognized by receiving many awards, including the Los Angeles Deputy District Attorney of the Year (2003), the National Association of District Attorneys (co-recipient) of the 2004 Heavy Hitter Award, and was named a Distinguished Alumni of Loyola Law School in 2005. Darren continues to extensively teach Krav Maga throughout the world.
In his dual roles as Krav Maga Chief Instructor and as a Deputy District Attorney, he has dedicated his life to the safety of others.