SELF DEFENSE TRAINING FOR WOMEN EMPOWERMENT :
The Women awareness Self Defense Training course is designed to make you more aware, prepared, and ready for any situation that may occur in your everyday life on any given day. This course differs from other self defense classes in that they start from the point of attack, and since I believe attacks begin before it becomes physical, we teach how to avoid the attack altogether.
Self Defense workshops are developed and based on Guru Hemang’s experience and training methods. Guru Hemang has trained approximately 50,000 girls under the banner of Ahmedabad City Police,Gujarat.
self defense should not be a scary thing, it should make you feel smarter and stronger. I guarantee you will leave my class immediately feeling empowered and more confident.
How to avoid being a target
The “Illusion of Safety”
How to handle a confrontation: verbally, mentally, and psychologically
The power of body language and non-verbal cues
Effective tips on how to be safer and more aware
TSafety items like cell phone, Pen, Scarf ,Purse how to use it as an “invisible friend”
Specific locations: elevators, street, subways, dates, bars, taxis, etc.
Learning how to use your voice.
PHYSICAL SELF DEFENSE TECHNIQUES:
How, when and where to strike
Learning over 23 strikes from head to toe
What to do from the floor & how to handle attacks from behind
Escape from grabs and chokeholds
How to handle multiple attackers & what to do when a weapon is involved
Easy mnemonic devices to remember techniques
Self Defense Means Taking Responsibility for Yourself :
Once you’ve confronted that reality, you’ve got to jump the next psychological hurdle and accept responsibility for your own personal protection and well being. This acceptance is not as easy as it sounds. We are conditioned to expect that some one or something else will protect us from criminal violence and aggression. True, the police and other well meaning and capable citizens are there to do the best they can. But you must face the fact that if they could protect us from acts of criminal aggression, the statistics on violent crime would look much different.
Self Defense Has Three Components :
First, personal protection can best be understood in terms of three related qualities: psychological, intellectual and physical. The psychological aspects involve your understanding and acknowledgment of the many criminal threats that exist.
Self Defense and Intelligence :
Next, you have to understand that effective self defense is also rooted in intelligence. We are talking about the same kind of intelligence that makes the dangerous attacker so effective at what he does. You’ve heard of the term “street smart”. Well, effective self-defense requires that you become street smart. You’ve got to know who is most likely to be the victim of an violent criminal attack, who will most likely attack this victim, and where and when this attack is likely to take place.
Reasons People Overlook Self Defense :
– Fear of the unknown.
– Defeatist attitude – I can’t do it!
– Thinks the police will protect me
– Lazy personality
– Is naive or oblivious to the real world.
– Claims they don’t have time
It’s Up to You :
Only you can take on the responsibility defending yourself of against the possible brutalisation lying in wait for you or a loved one. As an instructor, I’ve watched introductory students struggle with the difficulty of crossing that bridge, from fearful potential victims to confident citizens capable of defending themselves if necessary. The ones who have no problems with the transition are the ones who, unfortunately, have already suffered criminal victimization. But no one has to wait until it’s too late.
Accepting the Truth!
The first step to learning personal safety is accepting the fact that we live in a dangerous and violent world. To think otherwise is both naive and irresponsible on your part. In the violent world we live in today, you actually have only two choices: forget about it, cross your fingers and hope for the best; or accept the responsibility of learning to protect yourself and your loved ones from the realities of violence that surround you every day.