If you are like most people, you are not quite familiar with basic self-defense skills.
Most of us live our lives without the slightest concern of learning how to protect you and your family because we live in a safe neighborhood, or your spouse can protect you.
In A Perfect World, We Don’t Need To Know Self-Defense
But, we don’t live in a perfect world…
This is why we believe it is important that everyone has an understanding and basic training in self-defense.
It’s not uncommon to experience a mugging at your local grocery store, an assault in your neighborhood, or feel threatened by an unusual person while going to the gym. These are all common locations that one may need to defend themselves.
All it takes is being off your guard. Not being aware of your surrounding. And being too scared and freezing to be a victim.
Many of us will say “well, that won’t ever happen to me.”
Are you willing to bet those words on Vegas odds? I think not because you don’t know.
Here’s the point. There is no guarantee you and your family will always be safe. However, learning Self-Defense will give you a fighting chance to not only protect yourself, but also the necessary confidence that comes with it.
The Dojo of Karate is the only Martial Arts school in Colorado that is teaching the new Self-Defense Black Belt Program. Meaning, this is an elite program that is designed for the common, working man, or stay-at-home mom.
It is reality-based self-defense that will teach you proper striking techniques, pressure points, and confidence to do whatever it takes to fight back. It’s easy to learn, and almost anyone can learn our curriculum in 3-4 months.
Are you interested in actually learning how to protect yourself?
The longer you wait, the more likely you can become another statistic.
One last note… The Dojo of Karate is conveniently located in Westminster. We service residents in the Broomfield, Westminster, Thornton, and Denver area.
Call 303.920.4500 to learn more about the Self-Defense Black Belt Program or email us at: [email protected]
Until Next Time,