WOMEN’S SELF-DEFENSE WORKSHOP
DON’T MISS! This Workshop Is Only Offered ONCE Per Year
March 12th, 2022
Join us on March 12th, 2022 at MKG Martial Arts in North Seattle! Space is extremely limited so register early.
Self defense is a serious topic but we make it as fun, interesting and engaging as possible. All levels of physical fitness are welcome and encouraged to attend. Suitable for women ages 14 and older.
This most practical, effective and easy to apply course is conducted in Seattle only once per year so DO NOT miss this opportunity.
Empower yourself in this awesome course!
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Date: March 12th, 2022
Time: 12:00 pm to 3:00 pm (short breaks and a 1/2 hour lunch)
The Minnesota Kali Group’s women’s self defense program strives to help women and girls gain the knowledge and skills necessary to, a) keep themselves out of harm’s way and, b) defend themselves during a violent encounter.
The primary focus of the curriculum is to develop a woman’s ability to detect potential danger and avoid it. The secondary focus is embedding the physical skills needed to survive a physical attack. The Minnesota Kali Group method employs techniques that are easy to perform under stress, are not pain or repetition based and have a proven track record.
In this course you will learn the entire Basic Women’s Self Defense program from the famous MKG International Martial Arts organization. If you have participated in one of our 1-Hour introductory courses this one will reinforce and expand upon what you were taught.
You will learn and practice the essential awareness and avoidance skills, what works when physical force becomes necessary and actually practice with power against an instructor and on equipment.
Need a sneak peek? Below is a video from a 2013 KOMO News story featuring MKG Seattle with footage from the course and interviews with students who successfully defended themselves with the principles taught.
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 206-789-2411 with any questions you might have.