About this pro
The C.L.A.S.S. self-defense program is a quality and unique program for children, giving them the tools to escape danger and flee to safety. They are empowered with both proactive and physical techniques to fight back without a false sense of security. Role playing is incorporated into the program for children to sense the realization of danger. Women taking the Onna Musha (woman warrior) sessions will feel empowered with specific techniques against attackers. I have been a teacher for over 35 years and love working with children. It is my hope that all children will be empowered to fight back when needed and to be safe. Children need to know how to be more aware of their surroundings and know how and when to get help. This is the proactive techniques of my program. Children also need to know how to fight back physically when grabbed but also need to know to never grab that hand, go near a car they don't know, where to go for help and what to say when asking for help.
LocationVan Nuys, CA 91406
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- What types of customers have you worked with?I teach children ages 8-18 and women proactive self-defense techniques in addition to age appropriate physical techniques for basic self-defense survival. Anti-bullying techniques are also given during children's sessions and rape prevention for adults. I teach you how NOT to be the next victim!
- What questions should customers think through before talking to professionals about their project?I am a Physical Education teacher for the past 35 years and I am a 2nd degree black I two separate styles and have been training for 20 years. I have taken both worlds and formulated the unique C.L.A.S.S. Self-Defense program originally for my students at school. I began offering this program in modified form to local communities where it was well received by parents who asked me to write a book for them to use with their children. I am now a published author of 3 books and my program is now used in schools throughout the U.S., S. Korea, Australia, S. Africa and New Zealand.