Female high school seniors & college ladies
This two (2) hour course includes:
effective communication skills
strategies to prevent sex assault and intimate partner violence
social media safety
date rape prevention
step by step, hands on techniques for quickest and most effective tactics to protect yourself against an attacker
One-on-One, max 4 women
Receive one-on-one guidance at your pace
Develop an understanding of self defense
Identify your strengths
Tactics are tailored to your specific needs
Each private session is one (1) hour with a minimum of 4 sessions (more available upon request)
Investment: $525 (flat rate) for 4 sessions
Small women's group or organization
Minimum: 6 women Maximum: 20 women
This two (2) hour course is equivalent to
Fight Like a Girl, but reserved for only one group of women. You can expect to:
Experience a unique bonding activity
Receive personalized attention
Investment: $45 per person
Women who have previously taken a Pup Session, Vixen Session, Skulk Session, or Fight Like a Girl Session
This one (1) hour course includes:
Review of all techniques from previous classes
Sharpening of skills
Increased reaction time & speed
WHY SHOULD I TAKE A SELF-DEFENSE CLASS?
Simply put, being #PreparedNotScared means that you are not going to wait until you are attacked to learn defensive tactics. You are taking the initiative to prepare yourself in case an attack happens.
Self-defense is not the same as martial arts training, although many techniques were developed from different styles of martial arts. Many martial arts only facilities focus primarily on tournament style competitions that happen in controlled spaces, with a set of designated rules. A good self-defense course will also incorporate awareness tips and verbal skills, not just physical training that mirrors realistic scenarios.
After completing a self-defense course, you are empowered to prevent violence by using skills such as de-escalation, assertiveness, and situational awareness. You also increase your self-esteem and self-confidence, knowing you are ready to defend yourself if needed.
Although there are no guarantees in self-defense training, it's important to leave the course with a new set of eyes to identify different strategies that will increase your ability to escape quickly and safely.