Self-defense and safety awareness: Just for Kids

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Self-defense and safety awareness: Just for Kids

Postby gmattson » Wed May 30, 2001 6:36 pm

This Seminar is Especially Developed for Kids of All Ages!

note: Register Early for Summer Camp!


Self-defense techniques specifically designed for kids. These defense maneuvers are easily learned, remembered and are extremely effective and practical.

The class will instill confidence.

Kids will earn personal safety for and in all types of real life situations.

Techniques on how to achieve and maintain emotional control when faced with violent situations either physical or verbal.

Where personal boundaries are when faced with adults in social situations.

How to recognize dangerous situations and to say no with confidence.

All participants will receive a certificate of completion at the end of the Camp.

This class will be a fantastic addition to existing skills and above all the kids will have fun learning.

I have taught this class to my own students for the past eight years with tremendous results. I am looking forward to teaching this safety-Kids program at this year's Summer Camp. I will be assisted by Katie Dyer and Tracy Capone. The classes are designed to be taught at every session.

Thank you for the opportunity to share with our Uechi Family.

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Self-defense and safety awareness: Just for Kids

Postby david » Sat Jun 02, 2001 1:05 pm

Didn't pay much attention to the "kid stuff" at camp before. This year, my two sons will be attending. This looks like a good one. Image

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Self-defense and safety awareness: Just for Kids

Postby David Kahn » Sat Jun 02, 2001 10:51 pm


Is there a recommended age range for this seminar? Lowest age to highest?

Also, is it one seminar repeated during the course of the weekend, or several different seminars?


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