Thursday, April 28, 2011

Protect yourself: Self-Defense Training for Women at MCC-Blue River

Self-Defense Training for Women

Learn to be safe at home, work, school, and even in relationships. The MCC-Blue River Self-Defense Training for Women seminar will increase your awareness and reduce your risk of becoming a crime victim. You will get right in the moment with this reality-based, one-time, four hour course on May 7 from 8 a.m. to noon.

"The paradox of self-defense," according to instructor Rusty Sullivan, "is that the more prepared you are, the less likely you are to need it. When you can recognize and respond effectively to potentially dangerous situations you are more confident in your everyday activities." You are also less likely to become the target of a crime. This training would be invaluable to teenagers and their moms as well.

Instructor Rusty Sullivan is a Belton police officer, Grandview firefighter and the Assistant Chief of Training at MCC-Blue River. Rusty has trained in a variety of martial arts. He is an international instructor who has served eleven years as a S.W.A.T. medic and officer, and has trained with the Israeli Defense Forces, British S.A.S., and others. Rusty is also a police hostage negotiator. He has a dynamic and interactive style of
teaching and has taught police and military personnel, social workers, and women’s groups.

Call Rusty Sullivan at 816.604.6585 for more information. Wear comfortable clothing for this active instruction.

Self-Defense Training for Women, MCC-Blue River campus in Public Safety Institute room 140, May 7, from 8 a.m. to noon, $10 participation fee

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