By Eira Culverwell Mar 20th, 2018
Today, there is an increasing amount of acts of violence. In RESOLVEit's weekly self defence classes, you can learn the most effective techniques and tactics that will help you remain safe.
Come along on Wednesday 18th April and learn an an essential life long skill!
Top 5 Benefits of doing Self-Defence
1. Safety: Self-defence classes will give you the ability to protect yourself and overcome an attacker. Knowing how to defend yourself can help you feel less anxious in public, or fearful when walking alone in the night. You will learn the basics of how to quickly disable and protect yourself from an attacker so that you can escape.
2. Street awareness: Self defence classes will enhance your awareness of your surroundings. You never know when it might happen; you never plan to be attacked, so you must always be on the lookout of your surroundings. Self defence classes will help you gain this awareness if this type of situation should arise.
3. Increased self confidence: Training in self defence helps people, develop more confidence in themselves and their surroundings.
4. Learning something new: It’s not every day that you have the chance to learn something new while fighting someone, even if it is only practice in a controlled setting. It is all about perspective and your willingness to learn something new. Learning new things revolves around encouraging your successes and accepting your defeats; both are important to a engaging in a healthy lifestyle.
5. Self development: Most self-defence classes take place in group settings, giving you a chance to meet new people and develop your social skills. You'll learn and grow with your self defence abilities, keeping you motivated and dedicated to the practice. Actually going to class and showing up on a regular basis develops your discipline.
We believe everyone has the right to feel safe.
RESOLVE it provides training and workshops in how to stay safe.
We specialise in using personal safety to engage, teach life skills and develop strategies to cope with challenging situations using our four principles: AWARENESS, AVOIDANCE, DIALOGUE, ACTION