Be a Powerful Force, Not a Victim
Ask yourself this question: Would I be able to fight back and escape if I were attacked?
If you’re a female, you’ve most likely experienced a nervous, sinking feeling when walking alone at night, fearing what’s lurking around a dark corner. Maybe there was a time you thought you were being followed and felt your heart race uncontrollably. The good news is by learning awareness, assertiveness, and verbal confrontation skills, as well as safety strategies and physical techniques you can greatly improve your odds of escaping, resisting, and surviving an attack.
This two hour workshop helps you learn what attackers look for so you can analyze and be aware of potentially dangerous situations. We want to provide you with a variety of simple techniques to maximize your options and increase your preparedness against an attacker. This training will show how to slow down, de-escalate, or interrupt an attack. Like any tool, the more you know about it, the more informed you are to make a decision and to use it.
Defense against a person grabbing your hands or wrists
Defense against a bear hug from the front and rear
Defense against a hold or grab from the rear
Defense against a choke
Defense against an advancing opponent who is approaching to punch
Defense against an attacker from the ground position
General principals of striking
Creating avenues of escape from several disadvantageous positions
Cost: Non-members: $40; Members: $25
For more information please contact us at 502-544-6336 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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