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“Beauty Bites Beast” IMPACT Workshop

Apr 4, 2016

womanstop21393362274Everyone from grandma to little Audrey can learn self-defense skills.

Women’s City Club of Pasadena member and personal safety advocate Ellen Snortland presents “Beauty Bites Beast” IMPACT Personal Safety Self-Defense Workshop on April 20.

This is a 3-hour, hands-on class that “gives students a comprehensive taste of our training,” Snortland explains.

You will work on awareness, verbal and physical self-defense skills in a safe and supportive environment. You will tap into your own intrinsic power and will leave class with a solid understanding of how to deal with someone who is confronting you in a variety of situations.

The class welcomes females and males and is taught by a female lead instructor and one of the organization’s padded assailants. Warning: This is a physical class and offensive language may be used. Participants must be a minimum of 14 years old. Attendees are urged to wear clothes and shoes in which they can comfortably move.

A light buffet dinner begins at 5 p.m., while the class runs from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Space is limited and RSVPs must be received by April 13.

 

IMPACT Personal Safety Self-Defense Workshop
Wednesday, April 20th, 5-9 p.m.
Location: Women’s City Club of Pasadena
Cost: $125, WCC members; $150, non-members
Non-member reservations must be paid in advance
Call 1.626.796.0560 or email WCCpas@sbcglobal.net

 

Find more information on Snortland’s “Beauty Bites Beast” short film here, and the print version.

With Lisa Gaeta, Snortland has co-written The Safety Godmother: The ABCs of Awareness, Boundaries, and Confidence for Teens—read Petrea’s review here.

 

 

 




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