Tim Robertson has shared his self-protection expertise with everyone from stay at home moms to law enforcement professionals and numerous business and major corporations such as Royal Caribbean Cruise line, Clerk & Comptroller of Palm Beach Office and the Lauderdale Yacht Club, just to name a few.
He is a certified C.O.B.R.A. International Instructor.
He is an inductee into the World Karate Union Hall of Fame as Master of the Year 2002 and the Action Martial Arts Magazine Hall of Fame 2003.
In 2008 he was awarded Police Tactics Instructor of the Year by Gold Coast
Martial Arts and in 2009 he was honored by the IFOJJ Martial Arts University Legion of Honor Award for over 35 years of martial arts contribution.
The Project Action Foundation has recognized him for his work with youth and deterring at-risk youth from drugs and crime.
In addition, he is a certified field agent (ID# 51850) for the National Security Alliance Women-Safe Network Division, for which he is dedicated to educating women on danger awareness and self-defense.
He is a formerly certified behavior management instructor, teaching verbal de-escalation techniques and non-lethal control. Tim provides Self Empowerment through Self Defense Services for Individuals, Couples, Families,and Groups…in addition to Active Shooter Trainings that help provide a sense of safety and a plan in case of an emergency.
“The reason I have dedicated a large part of my life to learning and training others in self defense because a very close childhood friend of mine was attacked and violently killed.” Tim explains, “At that time, my friend and many others like her, didn’t have the options available today to learn how to defend themselves. My experience and training in Self Defense has shown me that we can learn how to protect ourselves, eliminate the threats we may face, prevent crimes, and even save lives. Helping the clients I work with feel safer, more confident in their ability to defend themselves, and more empowered each session increases their chances of being able to survive and defend themselves when faced with a dangerous situation. Being a part of that process and providing services that help save lives is why I love what I do.”