Jan. 21: Saturday: Chamberlain Studios Helps Empower Women in 2017 with a Free Self-Defense Workshop 

WHO: Professor Nick Chamberlain—10th degree black belt and founder/owner of 35-year-old Dallas based Chamberlain Studios of Self Defense offering martial arts to children and adults.

WHAT: The 1st 2017 quarterly interactive women’s self-defense workshop and workout led by Professor Nick Chamberlain. Participants will learn techniques to avoid dangerous situations, fend off potential assailants and general self-defense methods and mentalities. Within the workshop attendees can ‘Break a Board for a Buck’ where they are taught how to break a wooden plank with their bare hand; each ‘buck’ benefits Genesis Women’s Shelter. Also a Dallas Police Department representative will be present with safety tips and a Q&A session.

Attendees are not required but encouraged to wear fitness attire and to bring a donation of cash or everyday household items to benefit Genesis. Those interested in participating can call 214.351.5367 or email info@dallaskenpo.com for more information.

WHEN: January 21st, 2017; 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

WHERE: Chamberlain Studios of Self Defense, 2739 Bachman Drive, Dallas, TX 75220; 214.351.5367; www.dallaskenpo.com.

WHY: Chamberlain Studios wants to expand the way the public thinks about violence prevention, help tackle common fears and empower the community. Participants will leave with greater awareness, assertiveness, verbal confrontation skills, safety strategies and physical techniques to help prevent, escape, resist and survive violent assaults.


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