SELF-CONFIDENCE | SELF-DETERMINATION | CONTROL
Women’s Self Defence Course
Saturday 28th July 2018
Canberra Martial Arts Centre, Phillip ACT (Woden)
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Our Women’s Self Defence courses take you through more than just kicking and punching, we help you understand how your mind and body will react under stress situations.
What will you think | How will your body react | What to expect
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Where is the venue?
Canberra Martial Arts is located at 10 Townshend Street in Phillip (Woden) and generally has plenty of parking available at the rear of the building.
How do I book?
Click one of the packages above and you’ll be taken to our online booking forms – depending on how many people you want to book.
Who normally attends?
We have a variety of people, with various fitness levels, who attend each course. Generally we have active Hapkido members in attendance as well as people at their first course.
What if I need to cancel?
Life happens, we totally understand that things get in they way. Should you need to cancel, we can reserve you first choice of spots on our future courses.
SUCCESS STORIES FROM MEMBERS
Fantastic course! I learned so much in 3 hours that I will carry with me for life! I would recommend this to any woman who wants to know equip themselves with skills and knowledge to feel safe.
The one-off Women’s Self Defence course was a great introduction to Hapkido and targeted self defence techniques. What I didn’t expect was that the concept that would resonate with me most would be developing my confidence to act in situations requiring defensive tactics. Thanks for a mental and physical learning experience!
Awesome course, great to share it with so many other women. The Instructor really layered the learning well so that by the end, I felt like i had an arsenal and had the confidence to use it. I guess even though I’m not into fighting talk, in the context of women’s self defence, that’s a good thing.