Is your safety important to you (and others)?
What about the safety of your daughter, mother, friend, colleague?
Are you a student about to go to university?
All too often we read stories or hear from a friend of a friend about something nasty or frightening happening to a woman or girl who was “on a night out”, “walking to/from work”, “driving her car”, “on the way back from friends/college/uni/park/concert”.
It never happens to you though, does it?
You are safe in your village/town/workplace…..aren’t you?
But what if something does happen?
I used to think I was pretty good at avoiding potential conflict – especially with my self defence background. The last place I expected to come into conflict was in my local cinema foyer, walking out with my wife, having just watched a Tom Hanks film. Read about what happened in one of my previous posts by clicking here…
Now, back to the question at the beginning: Is your safety important to you (and others)?
Would you like, should the unthinkable happen, to have the confidence, knowledge and understanding of what to do, how to react and how you can improvise to escape that challenging situation?
Take the first step today….
An Introduction to Women’s Self Defence – 2 x 1.5-hour sessions to learn how to deal with challenging situations.
Wednesday 29th August & Wednesday 5th September 2018 – 7.00-8.30pm
Framingham Earl Sports Centre
£20.00 per person – Limited places
or email firstname.lastname@example.org