SAFE International Announces Toronto Women’s University Self Defense – Toronto_ ON Self Defense

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Toronto Self Defense, SAFE International Announces Toronto Women’s university Self Defense

Toronto, ON, July 12, 2012 - (Straight Line PR) - Toronto Self Defense, SAFE International
Announces Toronto Women’s university Self Defense.

SAFE International ™ is the leading provider of mobile self defense/personal protection training in
Ontario. SAFE International has taught more than 150,000 clients in the private, corporate and
high school environments since 1994. SAFE International is expanding its seminar options to
include women’s university self defense parties in Toronto, ON.

SAFE International quickly realized that women had completely different concerns, fears, and
needs than males. Chris Roberts, CEO of SAFE International listened to their concerns and tailored
something that was not only educational, but also met their personal fears. Men have no idea
what women go through on an everyday basis from the stares and comments to the physical
gestures and advances.

One of the reasons that SAFE International enjoys teaching self defense for women in
university is how receptive women are to the skills that the SAFE International instructors
provide. SAFE International teaches self defense concepts, rather than techniques. This allows
women to learn in a much shorter time. SAFE International always covers Awareness and
Avoidance strategies which are based on one's daily routines.

We examine what an attacker looks for, what an attacker wants and doesn't want in confrontation.
One of the biggest topics we explore is how most people are too polite, even when their intuition
is telling them the complete opposite. We cover the most common distraction techniques an
attacker will use to gain an advantage. We then move on to verbal strategies in the event that
avoidance is no longer possible. Rather than just teaching to yell at a potential attacker, we cover
a few verbal strategies based on the aggressor and the scenario. The third step is addressing the
physical aspect of Toronto women’s university self defense. We begin with the advantages of
adopting a passive stance rather than an aggressive stance. We only teach gross motor strikes
due to the adrenal rush one gets when they are in a highly stressful state such as an attack
scenario. We teach a philosophy of "Attack the Attacker" which reverses one from being the Prey,
to that of being the Predator. Another philosophy is to attack the head if all avoidance and verbal
strategies have failed. This is only 30 minutes into the physical training and you can see how the
self defense concepts are very effective. The self defense drills increase with intensity as the
participants gain more confidence. This is very important as you don't want to terrify your clients
right from the start. It is important to build rapport with your students and the results will be seen
as the drills progress.

Invite 6 to 8 of your friends for a few hours of fun, education and potentially life- saving
instruction. Plan a meal, bbq, snacks, maybe some dessert! Be prepared for a unique Toronto
Women’s university Self Defense experience

SAFE International has taught more than 150,000 students since 1994. To contact SAFE
International and Chris Roberts to schedule your Women’s University Self Defense, you can
visit their main site at www.safeinternational.biz.

You can also reach Chris Roberts toll free at 1-800-465-5972 or by email at
chrisroberts@safeinternational.biz

Contact:
Chris Roberts
SAFE International™
15535 Cooper Rd.
Lunenburg, ON K0C 1R0
Canada
1 800 465-5972
info@safeinternational.biz
http://www.safeinternational.biz

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