Girl Power Self Defense
What is Self Defense?
Self defense is a set of awareness, assertiveness, and verbal confrontational skills with safety strategies and physical techniques that enable someone to successfully escape, resist and survive violent attacks. A good self defense class provides psychological awareness and verbal skills, not just physical training.
What is the difference between Martial Arts and Self Defense?
Unlike traditional karate classes, women's self defense focuses on simple life saving techniques that can be learned quickly. Palm strikes, elbow and knee strikes can be easily performed by most women. Learning and practicing these techniques can mean the difference between being a victim or a survivor!
Does Self Defense work?
Yes! Self defense training can increase your options and help you prepare responses to slow down, de-escalate, or interrupt an attack. Like any tool, the more you know about it, the more informed you are to make a decision to use it.
7 Reasons why EVERY woman needs to learn Self-Defense:
1. Crime can happen to anyone at anytime
2. Self defense helps women protect themselves and their family.
3. To become a role model for the next generation.
4. Self defense builds confidence in girls and women.
5. Self defense teaches discipline that transfers to all other areas in life.
6. Self defense will make you safer right now.
7. Become Empowered (become stronger & more confident)
Self Defense Training Is Like Insurance:
Proponents of self defense training consider self-protection preparedness the highest form of personal insurance.
Your personal safety insurance improves with better training and experience. Because bad things can happen to good people, self defense training is about being prepared.
Avoiding danger and being prepared can save thousands in medical and counseling costs, as well as lost potential personal income.
Active Shooter Training now included in all classes!
GPSD classes are designed to teach the average woman how to reduce risk with:
Recognizing and avoiding dangerous situations
Weapons you may have
Deadly Force Situations
Instructor: Scott Phillips (Self Defense Instructor, Police Officer & Police Instructor)
Our classes are for the Individual, Employer, Group or Organization to increase their awareness and reduce their risk of becoming a crime victim.
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