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Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Corporate Training and Self Defense: Getting Started



Businesses are diversifying their wellness programs, offering activities and services such as; yoga, mindfulness, Zumba, massage, team sports, counseling.........

Not surprisingly, there is a growing demand for self defense training.  People want the security that comes with understanding how assaults take place and, of course, how to avoid, escape, and defend.

Here are some of the issues that businesses have brought to our attention:
  • safe travel to and from work
  • parking lot safety - particularly underground parking
  • women's self defense
  • safe international travel
  • unarmed and armed theft and assault
  • hotel safety
Your first step, through general discussion or a formal survey, is to ask employees and management what self defense/safety issues matter to them.  

The next step is to schedule a free consultation. Establish a dialogue with the Krav Maga organization to develop a sense of how their services can address your specific concerns.  

If you are convinced they can provide what you need then you are ready to schedule your first session.
 
To get more information about our corporate training packages please feel free to contact me.


Stay Safe,


Christopher Gagne
Owner, Lead Instructor, International Krav Maga FederationToronto
torontokrav@rogers.com
416-657-1028

Ikmftoronto.com



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