• Basic Starter Membership

    £45  /PCM 1 Class per Week Krav Maga or Combat Conditioning Class X X
  • Pay As You Go Monthly

    £69/PCM 2 Classes per Week 30 Day membership Krav Maga or CrossFit X
  • Standard Membership

    £59/PCM 2 Classes per Week 2 Krav Maga Classes or 2 CrossFit Classes per Week X
  • Single payment

    £55*/PCM 2 Krav Maga Classes & 2 CrossFit Classes & The Fight Program *12 month Membership
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  • Basic Starter

    £40 pcm Light Recreational training 1 Krav Maga class per week Can commit for 16 weeks X
  • Pay As You Go

    £69 pcm No commitment required 30 Day membership 2 Krav or 2 CrossFit classes p.w X
  • Standard

    £59 pcm K.M Challenge programme Dramatically improved Fitness Significant Self defence skills 2 Classes per Week
  • Annual

    £52 pcm Up to 5 Classes per week 2 CrossFit Classes & 2 Krav Maga classes & Coached Fight Skills Class
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Training - your commitment

Krav Maga Bristol is in the business of professional coaching. We are NOT in the business of selling gym type memberships.

Our income is derived from long term students and is not dependent on constantly sell new memberships.

This is important and effects how we work with you. Our goal is to coach you as committed student toward your training goals. It is not to sell you a membership package and lock you in a contract for a year - see our gym membership article.   

The real cost of training

The real cost of training is not financial. The real cost is the personal commitment and effort it takes to achieve your goal. Even with professional coaching, we can only work with the amount of effort and attendance you give us. Before you join we ask that you to carefully consider what your training goals are and choose a programme appropriate to that goal. You will also need to consider if your goal is realistic within the time frame you have set and the amount of training you are prepared to commit.

Define your training objective

When choosing your program you need to consider what you want to achieve and what 'sweat equity' you'll invest to achieve it. Having coached hundreds if not thousands of Kravists we know that the 2 major goals of most beginners are improved fitness and the ability to protect themselves against common street attacks. Analysing this amount of new students has shown us a number of consistent and repeatable patterns of performance from a large number of untrained and usually out of condition new students. 

Just over 90% of new Krav Maga students achieve the following after 16 weeks of twice weekly training:

  • Stop common street attacks
  • Show significant measurable performance gains in power, speed and endurance
  • Understand and demonstrate 'Tactical Awareness'
  • Understand how to use the environment in a conflict situation
  • Have effective striking and grappling skills against common attacks
  • Stop common edged weapons attacks
  • Able to perform all of the above whist fatigued against a fully resisting attacker making unpredictable attacks during a 4 hr test

We know the vast majority of beginners want a significant, measurable improvement in fitness and the ability to protect themselves against common street attacks.  We can deliver this to over 90% of our students within 16 weeks

We know what the most common goals are and how long it takes students to achieve them. This benchmark is the first logical training goal and the minimum commitment we ask for. It is the minimum period 90% of the population can achieve their goals training twice weekly. We wrote a specific accelerated programme for this called the Krav Maga Challenge

What if I cant commit to a minimum period

If there is a fixed external reason, moving away, limited employment contract, changing work commitments etc  consider Pay As You Go training. It is more expensive but there is no tie in and no commitment.  You can stop at any time or upgrade to another training programme when circumstances allow.

If you are reluctant to commit for other reasons - 'don't know if you want to train for that long' etc. That's fine, but Krav Maga Bristol is probably not the place for you.

We have high expectations of students and expect your regular attendance and commitment to training. Inevitably you will be pushed hard mentally and physically. We have a proven track record  based on these very same expectations.  We know that if you are not commited you wont meet the first training goal. You'll be one of the 7% who dont achieve it.  Today, you may not want or be ready for this commitment.  That's fine, make the decision now and move on in a direction more aligned with your interests.

If you want to try a 2nd session, let us know we are always happy to help and wont pressurise you.


Joining Fee

There is a £45 joining fee. The joining fee covers member to member indemnity insurance, membership of Krav Maga Bristol, training bottoms and sweat wicking sports top. We waive membership for annual memberships.

Monthly Pay as you go: £69 per month

This covers 2 classes per week. There is a regular monthly payment than can be cancelled at any time. Please note we do not refund partial or unused months. *Class cost £6.41 per hour

Annual Membership: £52 per month

This includes up to 5 classes per week. All Krav Maga classes, CrossFit classes and the fight class. Minimum period of training is 12 months. *Class cost £2.41 per hour

Standard membership: £59 per month

This includes 2x Krav Maga training sessions per week. Conditioning class NOT included. Minimum period of membership is 16 weeks. *Class cost is £5.48 per hour

Family Membership

2 family members, 1 x Krav Maga session per week. Conditioning class not included. Minimum membership 16 weeks.* Class cost is £6.04 per person

Basic Membership £40 per month

This includes 1 x krav maga class per week. Conditioning class not included. Minimum period of membership is 16 weeks. *Class cost is £7.44 per hour

*Class cost calculation

Monthly fee / average month (4.3weeks) /hours training per week

Join us

To join - select the programme most inline with your initial goals. Click on the link and complete your details.


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