SLIDE SHOW BELOW FROM WOMEN'S SELF DEFENSE CLINIC HELD FEBRUARY 2016
WOMEN'S SELF DEFENSE COURSE
"FIGHT BACK LIKE A WOMAN"
Although no one can guarantee that the methods taught in any
self defense course will prevent you from injury or even death in an
attack situation, we can guarantee that doing nothing to prepare
yourself is preparing to fail when it comes to your personal safety.
The “Fight Back like A Woman” course is designed to teach
women how to use their strongest tools against an attacker’s weakest
targets, giving her a surprise advantage in an attack situation. The
self defense tactics taught are easy to learn and apply with minimum
practice. The full course curriculum includes a study guide training
manual, safety awareness training, defensive tactics designed to
injure your attacker and stop the attack, pepper spray with application instruction and practice, self defense key chain (kubotan)
with basic application instruction and practice, and course certification or participation certificate.
The two hour seminar costs only $70 for enrollment which includes the two hour interactive course, a study book, and pepper spray practice canister and self defense key chain. As a bonus, participants are invited to attend another 45 minute training session which covers more advanced defensive tactics for FREE.
OUR NEXT SEMINAR WILL BE HELD ON SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18TH, 10AM-12NOON. Click on the ONLINE STORE button below to go directly to the registration page on our online store. If you cannot make this one, consider scheduling a private group training and pick your own date to host it (a minimum of 15 paying participants required). Call us at 772-631-9313 to schedule your private seminar. The coordinator always trains for free!
When we receive your payment, we will send you a confirmation text or email to let you know that you are registered. Because the group size is limited, all registrations are final and non-refundable. Purchased reservations are transferable: If you cannot attend, please send a friend or family member in your place.
*A minimum of 15 participants is required to schedule a group seminar. A 50% deposit is required to book the seminar which can be given by credit card over the phone. Off-site seminars in the Martin County area require proper flooring (mats that participants can lay on) and a $100 additional travel fee. Deposits are non-refundable. Seminars can be rescheduled up to a week before the original booking date.
Students participate in beach clean-up day. Fun is had by all in our scavenger hunt as they learn about community awareness and accountability for our environment.
Our beach work-out is usually held in November. Students participate in a 30-45 minute work-out on the beach followed by healthy snacks and drinks. This is usually followed by our annual beach clean-up.
Teacher Appreciation week is held every April to give our students a chance to show "an attitude of gratitude" to their teachers. They invite their teachers to come view one of their classes during which they express their gratitude for all that their teachers do with a rose, a board break in their honor, and a certificate of appreciation.
Master Amy Reed's Black Belt Academy participates in the Stuart Holiday Parade each year. Most years we have had a float with over 60 marchers and performers!
Kane Center demonstrations for the adult residents, board breakathons to raise money for the Susan Koman foundations & fund raisers for Autism Speaks are a few of the other community events that we participate in. We are always interested in ways that we can get our students involved in their community.
Our students graduation to BLACK BELT level is a very big milestone in their training. A special candle ceremony where the newly appointed black belt presents a rose to a special person who helped them achieve their goals, presents a gift to the dojo, and signs the book of scrolls is held to commemorate the occasion. A complete list of all of our black belts can be found under student information.
Leading by example, Senior Master Reed and dojo dog Master Boo work as a therapy team for hospice. The academy also supports galas and class sponsorships for schools in Martin County.