Women's Self-Defense Workshops
Each workshop is $35 per person and is one and a half hours in length. There is a 20 participant limit per session, so preregistration is required. The entire Women's Self-defense Workshop Series will repeat several times throughout the year, giving participants an opportunity to attend a topic that they may have missed or to repeat a topic and learn new material. No self-defense or krav maga experience is required.
Learn the fundamental combatives utilized in krav maga, such as:
CHOKES AND MUGGINGS:
Learning to defend against a variety of choking attacks, as well as bear hugs and other mugging situations.
Participants will learn some of the following defense:
-Choke from the front-2 handed pluck
-Choke from the front-1 handed pluck
-Choke from the side
-Choke from behind
-Bearhug from the front (arms trapped and arms free)
-Bearhug from behind (arms trapped and arms free)
This workshop will focus on building an awareness of your surroundings, developing a get away strategy, and fending off an attacker that is attempting to move you to another location.
Participants will learn some of the following defenses:
-Choke from the front with a push
-Choke from behind with a push
-Choke from behind with a pull
-Bearhugs from the front and back with a lift
Attacks can happen anywhere, including in stairwells, elevators, or even pinned against a wall. This workshop will focus on teaching participants the most effective techniques for fending off an attack even in the smallest spaces.
Some of the defenses that participants will learn are:
-Attacks against the wall
-Grabs from various angles
-Hair grabs and pulls
The ground is the most dangerous place to be during an attack and is full of unseen and unknown dangers. This workshop will focus on teaching participants how to move on the ground, how to fight, and most importantly how to get up quickly.
Participants will learn some of the following combatives and techniques:
-Front, round, and side kicks from the ground
-Ground positions and movement
-Ground and pound
-Buck, trap, and roll
-Choke with attacker in mount
-Headlock while mounted
Learning to use items, not designed as weapons, as a weapons during an attack. Improvised weapons can be something already in your possession, such as a purse or cellphone, or something that you have found on the street, such as a rock, stick or bottle.
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