WSD 101: Women's Self-Defense: Basic Skills & Techniques Of Self-Defense

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Basic self-defense is the first course in a three-part series; it prepares students for intermediate and advanced self-defense classes.  Students are given a variety of strategies, including some survival level fighting skills, designed to help defend against sexual assault attacks. Classroom portion to cover key concepts of personal safety and awareness. Skills taught include multiple strikes to target areas, as well as escapes from chokeholds, body grabs, and wrist grasps, and defense techniques from the ground.  Basic concepts of use and proper deployment of pepper spray.

This series is taught by two Clackamas County Sheriff’s Deputies who bring a vast range of real world experience and perspective. Our DT trainers train the best and incorporate various fighting/defense styles learned in course of training law enforcement personal and personal practice of various martial arts.

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