Women & Teen Self Defense Classes

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Women and teens have to be more aware than ever. The statistics show it. Did you know that according to the U.S. Department of Justice, 1 out of every 4 women will be attacked or raped in her lifetime? Or that 90% of women assaulted knew their assailant? How about that the Women’s Self Defense Institute analyzed 3,000 assaults and found that 50% of the attackers fled from a woman who resisted? 

ABOUT THIS BASIC SELF DEFENSE CLASS

GIRLS ON GUARD

 

In this class students will cover situational awareness, attitude,

de-escalation, verbal and physical self defense tactics.  

 

- Verbal defense consists of dealing with mean girls and bully prevention (middle school and high school groups)

 - Physical defense consists of learning where to strike and how to strike by the use of pads and kick bags. 

 - What assailants look for in their victims – date, acquaintance, and stranger assaults.

We welcome ages 11 & UP

 

TEACHING METHODOLOGY:

This course will be taught using a number of teaching methods including lecture with use of presentation/props, interactive discussions, scenario-based learning, and active physical engagement.

 

LENGTH OF COURSE

2 hour – This 2 hour course can be conducted in the comfort of your preferred location or office space. 

 

COURSE COMPLETION:

Upon successful completion of this course, the participant will be able to apply the safety techniques learned to everyday life.   Plus, have access to our instructors for further guidance/assistance.  

 

RECOMMENDATION: 

Continue with next level/college prep self defense instruction.  Next level instruction is powered by the Jane Jitsu Women’s Defense movement. The curriculum of this course will give individuals a comprehensive approach to remaining safe.  The instruction teaches defensive measures such as awareness training to defend against attacks, on-the-ground defense, escapes, abductions, sexual assault, and rape. Students will learn to understand the actions necessary to escape from multiple positions of vulnerability, grabs, and chokes.  Students are taught to physically use their own unique strengths against an assailant’s weakest targets and fight out of those assault scenarios. In addition, this course teaches safety and security best practices to avoid or mitigate the chances of being attacked by understanding indicators of threatening and predatory persons.