"They learn survival skills that could save their life one day," said Cooper Boice.
Boice teaches the class in Tempe.
"My background is I worked with the Army special forces, I spent time working for the national security for a little bit," said Boice.
During the one-day class participants will learn how to put together a secret cache, be on the lookout for people following you, and most importantly, how to get away from a potential captor.
"All you would need to do is shimmy, shimmy, shimmy, and pull your hands straight through," he said.
"Some of the skills we teach is how to recover from ductt tape, rope, zip ties, handcuffs, and what to do if you are kidnapped," said Boice.
The classes give insight into the world of spies, and offers the participants a peace of mind.
"People leave the class more confident, and not worrying as much about these kinds of things happening," he said.
The next spy class is coming up in June, for more information visit: http://www.spyescapephoenix.com/events/