Revat is a unique, fun and rewarding martial art and self-defense program that builds character and improves confidence. The basis of Revat philosophy is built upon harmonizing the body and mind in a peaceful, efficient and fluent way. You’ll learn that you can become one with everything around you, and should not oppose force with force, but rather accept it and move with it. “You not only learn how to move your body but also how to move your mind.” 

Revat™ offers great benefits because it provides a fun challenge for body and mind. Students and practitioners of Revat learn movements and techniques that help them focus their inner creativity and strength. The training utilizes the aspects of real life scenarios in order to create high stress situations and put participants under different levels of physical and mental pressure.

Revat gives you the tools to stay in control when under stress. The goal in Revat training is for participants to learn how to conquer their fears and come out stronger and more determined. Being able to focus on your goals in stress situations and prioritize under pressure are very important leadership qualities.

Revat is one of the most effective programs to provide you with the skills to achieve your goals and dreams. You will gain a new understanding of yourself and learn ways to strengthen your confidence and eliminate the fear of failing. Revat helps you develop a strong character and succeed in life.

Revat exercises dramatically transform the way your body looks, feels and performs. It builds strength without excess bulk, creating a sleek, toned body that moves faster and more confident.

Revat teaches awareness, good posture and easy, graceful movements. It improves range of motion, coordination, agility and efficiency of movements. Through specific exercises and a better awareness of one’s own body it can help prevent or eliminate back and shoulder pain.

Through training, you’ll learn to harness the energy of the attack. Instead of opposing force with force, you will discover how to complete your opponent’s movements by accepting his flow of energy as he aims it, thus using his own force to defeat him. REVAT is most effective when it comes to close quarter combat and personal safety overall. Compared to traditional and mixed martial arts, REVAT reflex training works on a deeper level. It allows you to control how you act and react under pressure (such as a fight) without thinking about it. Therefore, Revat can be a great addition to your regular martial arts training.

Nerve Reflex Programming (NRP) is the most effective method in self-defense and close combat training. The skills developed through REVAT eliminate the “decision-making-process” and the doubt that naturally comes with that. This is commonly known as OODA-Loop.

The overrunning of contact – based upon deflection and countering, is the crucial element in Revat. Revat allows a smaller person to defeat a larger opponent. Athletic strength and flexibility are developed simultaneously to the development of nerve reflexes, so that when the individual progresses through the system, the body is adapting in several ways in order to fulfill the actual needs of a conflict situation.

Essentially, Revat (reflex striking) is the (re)training of reflexes in order to create a sudden method of dealing with assault.It is also a genuinely safe and effective method of exercise. Revat changes the way your body reacts. The reflexes of the Revat system simply become your reflexes, and therefore are always present. These reflexes are great for martial arts practitioners of any style. Revat teaches you how to move and react after the first contact has been made and before the fight goes to the ground. In fact, a fight usually does not go to the ground when using Revat. Revat techniques can improve a fighter’s effectiveness in competitions.

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