Start Date: Apr. 21, 2012
Women's Rape Defense Seminar
Time: 10:00 AM
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. In recognition of this, Krav Fit will be offering a RAPE DEFENSE SEMINAR for women on two dates - April 14th at our Hot Springs location, from 11:30am – 1:30pm and April 21st at our Little Rock location, from 10am – 12pm.
Nationally certified self-defense instructors and defensive tactics experts will be available to answer questions and give advice to the general public on how to prevent and survive a violent encounter!
Little Rock, AR– On April 14th (Hot Springs) and April 21st (Little Rock), 2012, Krav Fit will be offering all women ages 13 and older a self-defense seminar. The April 14th event will be held from 11:30AM – 1:30PM at the Krav Fit training center, 3911 Central Ave., Suite H, Hot Springs, AR 71913. The April 21st event will be held from 10am – 12pm at the Krav Fit training center, 1205B S. University, Little Rock, 72204. Both events are free.
Krav Maga (krahv muh-GAH) is the official self-defense system for the men and women of the Israeli Defense Forces, and is required training for scores of law enforcement agencies in the United States. Krav Maga is recognized as the most efficient self defense system for real-life situations, emphasizing practical defenses against real attacks. The system is now embraced by thousands of civilians nationwide and many celebrities on the screens in Hollywood.
According to the U.S. Department of Justice more than 2.5 million women experience violence annually. Statistics also show that every 90 seconds a woman is raped in America.
The greater Little Rock area needs community involvement and support. We all have to work together to raise awareness and promote strong, alert, confident and healthy attitudes and behaviors to end America’s sexual assault epidemic. Krav Fit will make this training available to all women in the community who wish to possess the skills needed to defend and survive a violent assault.
Learning self-defense is not just learning to kick and punch an attacker. Self-defense begins with not thinking of oneself as a victim. Attackers choose their victims the way predators choose their prey. They always go after the weak, isolated, young, or old because they are an easy target. If you look strong, alert, and healthy, you have a much better chance of avoiding an attack. Our expert instructors will teach women the self-confidence and skills required to AVOID BECOMING A VICTIM.
For more information, please call 501.664.KRAV (5728), or go online to www.kravfit.us.