Tuesday January 24, 2012

Personal Safety

Controlling Your Fear Factor

Fun self-defence course Feb 20 teaches real world awareness

Released by Steven Hiscoe, Hiscoe Jiu-Jitsu

 

ver the past few months, several reports of assaults, sexual assaults, robberies and other crimes against persons have been reported in the Chilliwack media. Violent crime is not isolated to Chilliwack, but what is different in Chilliwack is a self-defense school’s new program to help people better arm themselves.

Specializing in teaching self-defense in the Fraser Valley for 20 years, Hiscoe Jiu-Jitsu has created a new, innovative and fun self-defense program to help people acquired the skills and information required to be safe.

The Self-Defense Academy for Adults is a 10 week course designed by Steven Hiscoe, an 8th degree black belt in jiu-jitsu and veteran law enforcement officer. This is NOT a martial art course; there are no BELTS or long term commitments.

This IS a highly specialized program aimed at providing students with effective, practical yet simple tactics to keep them safe in the real world. The techniques taught in this course are derived from law enforcement, martial arts and close quarter combat. Discussions on managing fear, total awareness and survival principles also form part of the course.

The goal of this specialized 10 week self-defense academy is to give students knowledge and tools so that they may better protect themselves in the real world. The course is set to begin on February 20th at Hiscoe Jiu-Jitsu located at 17-8635 Young Rd. in Chilliwack.

For more information please contact Steven Hiscoe at 604-793-6107 or via e-mail here.  Online visit: www.hiscoejiu-jitsu.org

 

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