Self Defense for Women

  Woman striking with her palm Copyright: © HSZ Walter

The focus of the self defense training is on correct self-protection, striking and loosening techniques, as well as freeing oneself from holds while standing and on the floor. In this course participants learn fundamental techniques for assertiveness and self defense.

 

Dates, Prices and Booking

Contact

Name

Tobias Vogelsang

M.A

Phone

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+49 241 80 24582

Email

E-Mail

Contact

Name

Oliver Kleine

Representative

Email

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Rules of Conduct Corona Interim Program

Compliance with the Corona Rules of Conduct is compulsory for all participants of the interim program.

Sports Facility

Gymnastikraum Ahornstraße

Special regulations apply to the use of the sports facility in accordance with the corona decree.

Target Group and Requirements

This course is intended for women who want to learn the fundamental techniques of self-assertion and defense. Previous experience is not required. There are no special requirements.

Because the individual course sessions build on each other, joining after the third session is only sensible in exceptional cases.

Content and Objectives

As part of self-assertion training, participants will learn voice training, how to improve body language and presence, as well as be presented with statistics and studies, in order to better gauge critical situations. The focus of the self-defense training is on correct self-protection, striking and grip loosening techniques, and freeing oneself from holds from a standing and laying position. During the course participants are to internalize simple, universally applicable defense techniques and concepts in order to successful apply them in realistic exercises.

Material

Required for participation is a separately brought, clean pair of the indoor shoes. Comfortable and tear-proof everyday clothing is sufficient.

Course Cancellations and Facility Closures

If you would like to be informed of last minute course cancellations and facility closures affecting this class, please join the corresponding mailing list.