© 1Touch Project.

1 Touch TM Self-defense for the blind and visually impaired

1Touch™ Self-Defense Project for the Blind

Practical, Effective, & Empowering.


Check out two 1Touch™ Coaches on Insight Radio UK Click here

www.insightradio.co.uk

Welcome to the 1Touch™ Home Page

1Touch™ explores participant’s hidden assumptions regarding their own disability - their personal perception of their blindness and the otherwise unchallenged insecurities built upon that perception. Learning these techniques has proven highly effective in the development of: independence, self-confidence, spatial orientation, mobility and dexterity and tactile sensitivity.

The self-defense techniques are fully accessible and designed for practicality. There is no age limit, no physical strength needed or prior martial arts background necessary. 1Touch™ works with male/female, children, seniors, veterans, multi-disabled, O&M instructors, sighted, VI/Blind, deaf & deaf/blind.

The process of the practice is one of perception, confidence, transformation, rehabilitation, communication, and personal development and it happens to be great fun!

1Touch™ is a self-development course that is taught through hands-on instruction as a certificated program. For the self-defense aspect of training there are no belts or ranks, participants either are a1Touch™ Coach, Advanced Coach, or a student.

The course can be taught anywhere and requires no equipment.

1Touch™ is perhaps the only internationally recognized organization that provides specifically designed programs for those people unable or unwilling to attend general self-defense classes. The research into the requirements of the blind and disabled communities’ needs are the defining

approach of 1Touch™. As such, it delivers a myriad of secondary benefits to the community, many of which are valuable to the society as a whole.

Quisque pellentesque metus ac quam. Donec magna nulla, aliquet vitae,

Vestibulum velit orci, bibendum

Article

A sample of one of our Coaching certification courses.

Attendees were people who are blind, deaf, deaf/blind and sighted. For more Videos please Click here.

Click here for links to Organisations we currently work with.