Broaden your situational awareness and maximize your options for everyday preventive self-defense.
Seminars utilize real-world stories, drills, scenarios, and technique practice.
Seminars for businesses, non-profits & the public
Protect Staff - Host an In-house Seminar
Seminar content and scenarios are tailored to your organization's needs
Provides valuable training for your team
Improves customer interactions through de-escalation of tense encounters
Reduces incident frequency and costs (time off, medical, disability, etc.)
Each private seminar is tailored for your organization and includes a preliminary meeting to discuss specific areas of concern, kinds of scenarios your employees might find themselves in, and what your HR policies are regarding safety and reporting incidents. All of this is then incorporated into the seminar.
Grow Community Relations - Sponsor a Public Event
Engage new audiences & potential clients
Show that your organization is responding to community concerns
Provides a unique marketing opportunity
Customers will thank you!
Our training methods draw from real-world situations where theory met reality, and applies that knowledge with audience interaction and simple application. Attendees will leave the training more empowered, more aware, and safer than they were when they woke up that morning. And they'll thank you for it!
Raise $$ and Awareness - Create a Non-Profit Fundraiser
Raise money for your cause with a unique event
Engage new & repeat donors
This is an easy-to-run event, requiring only minimal set up & clean up
lunch & learn and Meet-ups
Trust Your Instincts - how to look, listen & act to increase personal safety
The Swiss Army Knife of Self-Defense - you & your natural weapons
R.E.S.P.E.C.T. - what’s that got to do with safety?
PDPD - Put the Damn Phone Down - how to change a bad habit & increase personal safety
Staying Safe in Unfamiliar Places - business travel strategies
How to ACE Your Next Trip to the Mall - holiday shopping safety tactics
About the seminars
Self-Defense Part 1 - Awareness
What if you could increase awareness, reduce fear, live safer and feel more empowered? This seminar covers specific ways to increase personal and situational awareness as well as how to use basic physical defense options. Explore a variety of effective strategies to help you recognize and prevent violence before it happens, including:
Identifying risky people and situations early and often
Preparing responses for potential dangers (rather than reacting when it’s too late)
Everyday Habits of Awareness & safety
Methods for discouraging an attack
Self-Defense Part 2 - Physical Defense
Because life doesn’t always go as planned, this seminar addresses how to defend yourself physically when needed. The strategies covered in this basic self-defense class include:
Using the natural weapons you already have at all times
Targeting the best parts of the body to disable and discourage an attacker
Understanding ranges of combat, stances and blocking techniques
Putting it all together in real-life scenarios with opportunity for hands-on practice in a controlled, safe environment
You will leave this seminar with the knowledge you need to navigate risky situations, and the skills you need to escape if things go wrong.
Travel & Safety Seminars FOR STUDENTS
Sadly, 73% of campus crimes are theft related (burglary, robbery and car theft), while 21% are sex offenses and aggravated assault. These seminars look realistically at the dangers of being a student in the modern world, and what a young person can do to keep themselves and their possessions safer whether on & around campus or traveling abroad. Specific topics include:
Everyday Habits of Awareness
Identifying risky people & places
How to be a hard target - methods for discouraging attackers
Dealing with unwanted verbal or physical advances
Attending parties, demonstrations & other gatherings as safely as possible
Stun & Run - using natural weapons to escape an attack
Creating emergency plans in advance rather than reacting under stress
How to best get help in an emergency
Who to contact on or off campus after a situation occurs
Students will leave these seminars ready to navigate college life and urban areas aware of danger, empowered to take responsibility for their own safety, and ready to defend themselves if the need arises.