Personal Safety and Security begin with education. Education is the foundation of Self-Defense and for developing Safety and Security Awareness skills that are the most effective measures for recognizing and avoiding unsafe environments and situations.
- Punching with the fist is not the best method for self-defense. You can sustain serious injuries to your hands by punching. A Slap to the ear can easily knock a person down or completely out with simple training.
- True Self-Defense is effective by gaining an ADVANTAGE and using an EQUALIZER, achieved by using a weapon or tool to overcome the strength and size advantage of an attacker.
- Once you are confident that you can effectively protect yourself with the proper knowledge, tools, and training, you will instinctively make the proper decisions that keep you safe, and will much less likely ever become a victim.
A course is designed for those who are looking for short-term self-defense training. Here the participants will learn how to be effective on the street, how to be aware of their surroundings, and not live in constant fear of what might happen. The participant will gain confidence, strength, and the ability to move out of harm’s way immediately.
SAFE and CONFIDENT in any situation! Know how to fight back!
Let’s face it, most people are not equipped to deal with a real-world situation. In the worst-case scenario (ambushed attacks) it is best to counter-attack and re-counter-attack back without hesitation and without thinking. The only time you have is to fight back and get home safely.
WHAT TO EXPECT FROM TRAINING?
- Basics of body mechanics
- Develop strong verbal & physical skills
- Informative Presentation
- Weapon stress deployment
- Improvise Weapons
- No experience needed
2020 TRAINING DATE
- New Date Coming Soon
- Fee $60
- Course Length 2hrs
- Time 2pm – 4pm
- Register Here
Note: Our Women’s Self Defense Course is offered once every other month.
If you like to register for the upcoming women’s self-defense course call or text us at 682-558-7791 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org