Class: Young Girls' Assertiveness & Self-Defense (9 yrs old)
Location: Presidio Letterman YMCA
1152 Gorgas Ave.
San Francisco, CA 94129
Date: Saturday, June 1, 2019, 12:30 pm - 5:30 pm
Bring: Lunch/snack: sandwich, fruit & water
Wear: T-shirt, tennis shoes, sweat pants (no shorts, sandals or boots)
This class is for 9 year old girls. Parents are required to observe the class introduction (45-60 min) and will be provided with a parent handbook. Parents are also encouraged to return and watch the final 30 minutes of the workshop.
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Being a father of seven children (four of them Girls), I realize the safety concerns parents have for their children. Like many parents, I am tired of seeing young girls traumatized out of their innocence. I designed this workshop to help young girls have the awareness skills to avoid danger, the assertiveness skills to set boundaries and speak up when someone is testing the water to see if she is a victim, and the self-defense skills to stop someone from harming them.
This workshop will not cause young girls to become paranoid, but rather to become objectively aware of the dangers that exist. The workshop will empower them with tested skills to handle, avoid, control, or stop threatening situations. Thank you for letting my team work with your daughter. ~ André
Course outline: Girl's Self Defense & Safety
André Salvage has been teaching self-defense and assault and rape prevention in Marin, San Francisco, and throughout the United States for over thirty years. André’s background, natural abilities, sensitivity and concern for the safety of his seven children have helped him create effective, easy-to-learn self-protection programs.
He works with people of all ages, from kindergartners to adults, on safety, assertiveness, sexual harassment, anti-bullying, and self-defense.
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