ABOUT THIS CLASS
You care about your company. You care about your employees, clients, or tenants.
You want to foster an environment where productivity is up, sick days are down, and offers from competitors do not lure away your best people and customers.
When you add a women’s personal safety/self-defense seminar as part of your benefits or amenities package, you show you really value them as people.
Classes are fun. The women will feel empowered. Safe. Capable. And these are good feelings for your people to have. Strategic Living teaches at your business. Learning on their own home turf makes women feel more comfortable, increases participation, reduces time off the job, and helps them remember that their employer/service provider/manager really does care.
Contact Strategic Living today to arrange your company’s self-defense program.
Classes and Costs:
One hour Lunch-n-Learn: $475 for as many people as your conference room can legally hold. This interactive presentation covers the most crucial elements of personal safety. Topics include: how to recognize common attacker tricks; the most vulnerable targets on the human body, and the best ways to impact them; and using one’s voice with authority. Can be tailored to your group’s needs and for level of physical activity.
Three hour seminar: $1,400 for a hands-on self-defense class of up to 16 participants. Topics include: easy and effective physical skills; releases from the most common chokes and grabs; and signals that tell you whether you need to use physical skills, de-escalation, or plain avoidance.
Four+ hour custom seminar: You can add topics to the three hour seminar, such as de-escalation, confrontation, or other verbal skills; pepper spray training; business travel. Contact me for a quote.
Q: Can men participate?
A: This is YOUR class. Persons of any gender are welcome.
Q: Our liability office has concerns. Can we have a class where there’s no physical contact and techniques are demonstrated?
A: Yes. Please make sure, though, that participants understand the scope of the class.
Q: We’d like a class where participants get to practice moves. What are the space requirements?
A: We need a large room, emptied of furniture except for chairs at the periphery. Each person would need approximately the space of 3 yoga mats.