Women’s Self-Defense Class: Saturday August 8th in Mountain View, California
Join me with practiced fighter, security guard, and all around good guy Vincent Urruty for a morning of defensive moves created to get you out of physically threatening situations. Designed for women, aged teen to early sixties, this class will help you in your daily life as well as when going out on the town. Don’t fear the night any longer.
Announcing a Women’s Only Self-Defense Class
Steph and Vince will be giving a Self-defense class on Saturday, August 8th, providing a well-rounded education on what you can do to protect yourself from potentially scary interactions. Great for gals heading to school and for all women in general. This class will be women only, barring instructor Vince.
We will have a safe space to work on wrist lock escapes, getting out from under a would-be assailant, evasive maneuvers, and a little contact to protect yourself from harm. Reserve your spot for this fun and informative class on Haddad Training’s Square Page. Class will be held at Serao Brazilian JiuJitsu Academy in Mountain View at 8am on Saturday, August 8th. Be sure to wear exercise clothes and bring a water bottle. Bring a notebook if you’d like to take notes. Registration is required for entry.
Prepare for the Worst. React at Your Best. Sign up for Women’s Self-Defense Class to get informed!
Keep tabs on the event on Facebook. A little about your instructors:
Vince’s background is varied, training in Brazilian Jiujitsu, Muay Thai, and city club security, experiencing real world situations. He has worked with police, providing a unique perspective on both sides of the law while maintaining good humor. Pure strength and intelligence with the approachability of a teddy bear.
Steph, the owner of Haddad Training, comes from a background of Tae Kwon Do, assisting many women’s self-defense classes back in Illinois. She enjoys empowering women, no matter how kitschy it sounds, and helping educate others to become more self-aware and confident in their daily lives. She instructs in a positive, safe environment where women can try new things without feeling silly or dumb.