Free Women's Self Defense Class on Aug. 14 in Princeton, IL

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FatKarateKa

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Posted: 03 Aug 2010, 07:59
As you can guess from my username, I'm a big fan of Karate as a form of exercise. A friend of mine is offering a free women's self defense class on Aug. 14. This is a great opportunity to try out karate for yourself and learn some practical self defense techniques.

Here's the details:

The Morse School Of Isshinryu will be hosting a 2 hour Women's Self-Defense Class starting at- 10am, on August 14, 2010, at the Bureau County Metro Center, 837 Park Ave West, Princeton, IL.

Women will learn various techniques to defend off attackers of all different sizes, and from different directions. This course will give participants, an insight of various Illinois laws in for self-defense, and common asked questions to domestic violence.

This course would be a great class for Women who will be leaving for college in August.

For more information contact the Bureau County Metro Center. 815-872-0840.

The program is open to all women ages 15 and older, but minors under age 18 will need a parent to sign a waiver the day of class.
Stacy, the Fat Karate-ka
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