It's an issue women think of often.
No matter how vigilant you may be, you still should be prepared for danger as much as possible. Be prepared with relevant and fundamental training so you can recognize and deal with a situation before it goes physical, with preventive
and preemptive skills.
And be aware that if a physical encounter is unavoidable you will need the
ability to shift from zero to "oh shit, I’d better do something!" in ambush time, and that only happens with realistic, principle-based training.
Explore and learn about personal glitches, how and why violence happens,
what you may be targeted for, and what to expect afterwards. Subtle Warrior shares goal-oriented, reflexive skills that give the best chance of avoiding or
overcoming an assault.
Comprehending the perception of a threat, grasping personal ethics, overcoming social conditioning and fear while facing terror are elements of self defense.
Self Defense is a legal term. Using force to defend comes with ramifications. Recognize the situation and respond to resolve it with a new perspective.
Self defense isn't the physical fight, your safety starts before that. Going physical means all other measures have failed catastrophically. Skills need to work from hug distance at ambush tempo.
'Introduction to Self Defense' consists of lecture, skills building, discussion, play and drills. Gives a basic overview and understanding of fear management, threat recognition, how to be aware, along with simple, skills based on individual strengths and resources.
B.A.D.A.S.S. is the most extensive module offered. Basic Action Development And Safety Strategy is a 3-hour introduction and 4 follow-up sessions. Sessions include discussion, physical skills, drills, field work, and use of fundamental tools.
8 hours total.
Consultations are conducted in a casual environment.
Discussion includes dialogue for specific issues of concern.
Resources and affordances are presented as tools of reference.
Limited to two people.
Details available for programs. Just email the form to request more information.