REALITY BASED SELF DEFENSE TRAINING
Our self defense training goes beyond the Hollywood plot of stranger danger and van kidnappings. Our skills focus on the real threats and real problems where sexual assault and domestic abuse actually happen. Usually with those we know and trust.
NO FEAR HYPING OR MALE CENTRIC EGO
DIFFERENT THAN MARTIAL ARTS CLASSES
No belts or uniforms, this is self defense training that is modified specifically to her own physical capability vs. a one size fits all martial style.
Always individual, couple, or family class sizes.
Her Gender Is NOT A Weakness
A company dedicated to Women’s Self Defense
Scheduled Around You
You pick the time you want to train!
AN EDUCATION IN SAFETY & HEALTHY RELATIONSHIPS
You are willing to invest thousands of dollars to help her continue her education so she can find success in life.
Her personal safety is easily worth the investment of self defense training.
Much more affordable than college tuition, she will learn the skills to set boundaries, protect her self-value and confidence emotionally, and learn useful everyday skills for social interactions with much less risk.
TOPICS THAT MATTER TO WOMEN
Establishing Healthy Boundaries, Identifying Threats, Improvised Weapons, Ground Fighting, Escaping Restraints, Post Incident Recovery.
90% of sexual assaults on a college campus are someone the survivor knows, half the time it is on a date, and usually alcohol is involved.
Alcohol is the #1 most common date rape drug.
Healthy Relationships are possible with clear boundaries and mutual respect between individuals that care about the well-being of each other.
Identifying Healthy Relationships is Critical
Not all abuse is physical and the hardest threat to stop is an abuser that gains her trust and destroys her sense of self value and worth.
Recognition and Escape are vital.
MEET THE INSTRUCTOR: CODY RAUH
Cody has taught over 1600 students life-saving skills, has helped a neighbor escape her abusive relationship, worked with and learned from actual victims of sexual assault and domestic abuse since 2018. His approach to training is both empathetic and safety oriented. He ensures students are provided a safe environment for women to comfortably learn how to be their own best method for personal safety.