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Welcome to MoM (Masters of Mayhem). This site is dedicated to the seminars, private classes, and online classes we teach. For questions, please use the Contact form.

Terry Trahan Short Bio

Terry Trahan

Terry Trahan is a violence professional, instructor and author. Having overcome poverty, homelessness, a serious criminal past, and addiction to create a better life for himself and his family., Terry is able to communicate the reality of violence and offer solutions that are useful and applicable to the real situations of students. His vision is to help students grow stronger, learn to manage their safety and help them build a better life for themselves.

Clint Overland Short Bio

Clint Overland

Clint Overland is a violence professional, instructor, jail guard, and minister. Clint has a serious criminal past, and bounced 27 years in the roughest 1% biker bars across Texas. Because of his past, Clint is able to communicate the reality of violence, criminals, and dealing with the aftermath of violence. Clint's vision is to help his students be better able to protect themselves, and help others.
 

Edwin Voskamp Short Bio

Edwin Voskamp

Edwin Voskamp is a systems designer and 40+ year martial arts instructor. Edwin has had a misspent youth and a reputedly shadowy past that let him pressure test his lifelong love of knives and the Indonesian martial arts he learned as a kid. Because of his experience and profession, Edwin is able to explain how and why violence happens and help his students use what they know more effectively and efficiently to be safer.

October 13 & 14, 2018 - Olympia, WA

Terry Trahan, Clint Overland, and Edwin Voskamp are coming to the Pacific NorthWest for two full days on a full-spectrum seminar on how to be safer and better protect your self and your loved ones, from the physical, legal, and financial consequences of violent assaults. Two days, three brothers with a combined mumble, mumble, mumble years of varied experience of "you should not aspire to this many bad decisions that led to violence." "Good judgment comes from experience, experience comes from bad judgment." Please join us to learn from our (past) bad judgment to help improve yours. Saturday and Sunday October 13th & 14th, 2018 10:00 - 6:00 $300 for both days $200 for either day.

Things that you should take away from a MoM seminar

You are not as smart as you could or should be. 

Things are not always simple, despite what TV has told you.

Don't make things more complicated than they should be.

You're not a good as you can be, but afterward, you will know how to be.

A really good sense of humor is way more dangerous than a hot temper. 

Settle it quickly, Speed equates innocence. 

Bruises, yes a lot of bruises.

How to train in more efficiently and effectively.

This and so much more.

What are we training for?

You have to get past 'winning vs. losing', that has no place in this. We need to remove that from our brains.
We don't train for the bar room brawl, we don't train to win monkey dances. That isn't survival, that is ego games and jockeying for position.

We train for that which you cannot deescalate, the ambush, the nightmare. we train to go home, or to be the one to act so others can go home, if that's what it takes.

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What we do

What will I learn if I come to a MoM seminar? 

We don't have a a clue! Why do we say that? Because we don't know what you already know, what resources you already have and what preconceived ways you already think.

What we present is the culmination of over 100 years of combined knowledge earned through bad situations and bad choices that the three of us have survived.

What we aim to have you learn is a way of thinking that can save your life.

Physical

If violence happens, it happens sudden and closer, faster, and more forceful than you've ever encountered before. You'll be in shock, possibly frozen, and overwhelmed, while under assault.

Legal

You need a laywer, one who understands the realities of self-defense and how to protect you, from the criminal prosecution and the civil lawsuit.

Financial

The aftermath of a violent assault is costly: bail, lawyers, time off from work to meet with lawyers, the court case(s). You may lose your job or livelihood.

Emotional

Using violence changes your life, and your self. What you did to protect yourself, your loved ones, or others, is a change. How you see yourself, how others see you, changes you further.

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Contact Info

NW High Intensity Training Center
1202 Black Lake Blvd SW
Suite EOlympia, WA 98502

Saturday and Sunday
October 13th & 14th, 2018
10:00 - 6:00, 

seminars@mastersofmayhem.info

$300 both days, $200 Saturday or Sunday
To register: send payment to: paypal@mastersofmayhem.info