Next 8 Week Course starts: 10 June 2019
Learn the most important techniques to defend yourself against threat and escape an attacker.
This course will focus on repeated drills to make these techniques second nature, so your instincts just kick-in when you most need them, keeping you safe.
Leo Ming will be hosting another of his self defense courses – this time for women only, commencing in June. Lessons will be for one hour, once per week, for 8 consecutive weeks.
The course is designed for women to be able to:
- spot potential danger and threats
- empower themselves to deal with threat and danger
- know the target points of the body
- practice practical street wise techniques
- develop a muscle memory for the techniques so they become second nature, and instinctual when most needed.
Because this course focuses on ingraining the techniques, participants are encouraged to commit to the full 8 week course and not skip a session!
Don’t miss this opportunity to sharpen your knowledge and practice these self defense techniques in a safe and friendly environment.
Investment: R2160 to be paid in full by 10th June to confirm your commitment to all lessons
Time: 18:00 to 19:00
Dates: Mondays – 10th, 17th, 24th June, 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd, 29th July 2019
Venue: Parktown Girls High School , 55 Tyrone Avenue , Parkview
(Secure parking available)
To sign up: Contact Leo on 083 378 0468 and make payment to secure your spot (only 15 places available) and also send him this form:
DOWNLOAD here the PDF Membership Form to join this Self Defence Course, and email it to Leo on email@example.com.
Internet transfers to :
Standard Bank, Melville Branch
Acc Name: L. Ming
Reference: name and surname.
The self-defense class has really helped me to be more confident around my personal space and has helped me to come to redefine my actions and attitudes when faced with confrontational and unsafe situations. Obviously, we never want to be faced with a hostile situation that may threaten us physically, but the skills taught in the class provide a means to defend oneself with the aim of getting away and out of an unsafe scenario. Removing oneself from the situation is the main aim of the course and this would prove to be very difficult if not impossible without some knowledge on how to break a grip or to create a diversion which could be used for escape.Ralph, Software Developer