Private Lessons and Groups
When you arrange for a self-defense class for your group, you are doing more than giving them great safety skills. You are doing more than educating them on real risks and attacker tricks. You are providing an experience in lifelong learning. You are empowering those you care about, and these skills will help them as they go out in their community and succeed.
Your custom program can be as small as an individual lesson for a few hours, or a couple of family and friends on a weekend afternoon.
Or your custom program can be a whole girl scout troop, soccer team, book club, charity league, family, ... any group seeking to enhance their quality of life!
The most often requested formats are one 3 hour session, or two 2 hour sessions.
Contact Strategic Living to arrange for Private Lessons.
- Private lessons for one: $75/hour (minimum 2 hours)
- Private lessons for two: $100/hour (minimum 2 hours)
- One hour Lunch-N-Learn or Brown Bag presentation: $350 for as many participants as the fire marshall will allow in the room
- 3 hour class: $330 flat fee for up to 6 participants, $55 each additional person (up to 12) -- ideal for Teen or Tween Girls classes
- 2 hour class: $225 flat fee for up to 5 participants, $45 each additional person (up to 12) -- suitable for Teen or Tween Girls classes
- 5 hour class: $525 flat fee for up to 5 participants, $105 each additional person (up to 12) -- seminar for women and teens with longer attention spans
- 4 hour class, divided in 2 sessions: $425 for up to 5 participants, $85 each additional person -- also a good choice for Teen/Tween girls, or Mother-Daughter sessions.
- KidSafe (1.5 hour class): $150 for up to 5 children/parent pairs, $30 each additional child (max 8)
Do you have a larger group? I offer a flat rate of $880 for the 3 hour class. Contact me for other options.
If your community- or family-based group needs financial assistance, please take a look at Strategic Living's Donate Class program.
Tips on successfully arranging your custom self-defense class:
- While a 5 week course is great for learning and bonding, in my experience it is exceedingly difficult for private groups to arrange. One or two sessions seem to work best with a myriad of busy schedules.
- Contact potential attendees early, and send out a few reminders.
- Age matters. Material appropriate for your 10 year old daughter will bore her 18 year old sister, and material important for the 18 year old will be too mature for her little sister.
- Get solid commitments. If possible, collect payment in advance.
- Recruit a few more people than you want to attend. There are always one or two no-shows in any group.