BRAVE Kids Self Defence for our Home School Kids
Kids and teens self defence at our Sweat Depot, Enoggera shed.
Ages 5-16 so siblings can train together.
Online bookings essential so I can program for our age groups.
Two dates, two different times.
23rd of April
3rd of May
Our workshop includes all the RAVES skills - the best format to learn, revise and recall the self defence essentials without kids getting bored or putting too much time commitment on busy parents. It is perfect for BRAVE kids to revise, or for new BRAVE soldiers to learn before they head off to holidays which might involve camping, shopping, holiday parks and all the busy crowded places that make anxious parents hair stand on end.
- What to do if grabbed by a stranger?
- What to do if locked in a car boot?
- Your body - your say: how to set privacy boundaries.
- What to do if someone hurts your friend?
- What if someone you know is hurting you?
- And other cool BRAVE kid stuff.
We are A.S.D. friendly:
- short class time
- repetitive strategies
- emotional intelligence strategies
- active learning
- adult expectations left at the door
This is modern day self defence at its best. Tackling child abduction, sexual assault, and bullying with reaction, vocalisation and resilience skills. Repetitive, fun and non-frightening for all learning styles. Your child does not need to be athletic. This is the course for the kids that may be getting left out and need some more vah-voom to add to their bah-boom.
Find out more about Erin - the Mother of RAVES and BRAVE Kids Self Defence.
"This is not martial arts - even though I have 25 years martial arts experience - as an ex-detective that has worked in Juvenile Aid and Child Abuse I know legally, statistically and within the school system that punching and kicking will not work. Instead I teach bio mechanics and rapid learning techniques for quick and decisive vocalisation and reflex recall for when your child is being assaulted or threatened.. It is appropriate for any skill level or learning ability. Your kids will be safe with me."