Since 1997, over 30,000 women around the world have attended Stay Away, created by the IKMF. The Women's Stay Away program teaches women how to defend themselves against the most common attacks they might face - whether that be on their feet or on the ground. These techniques are easy to learn in a relatively short period of time so that if we only see you once, we know you have the tools to defend yourself.
Since its inception, the women's krav maga program has evolved, but the core has remained constant. This program tackles the issues of differences between the attacker and the woman; it focuses on women’s size, strength, and mental condition while under attack.