SAFE International Launches Toronto Health and Wellness Self Defense Seminars – Toronto, ON Self DefensePosted: June 14, 2012 9:35 pm
Toronto Health and Wellness, SAFE International Launches Toronto Corporate Health and Wellness Self Defense Seminars.
Toronto, ON, June 15, 2012 – (Straight Line PR) – Toronto Health and Wellness, SAFE International Launches Toronto Corporate Health and Wellness Self Defense Seminars.
SAFE International ™ is one of the leading providers of mobile self defense/personal protection training in North America. SAFE International has taught 150,000 clients in the private, corporate and high school environments since 1994. SAFE International is expanding its seminar options to include Corporate Health and Wellness Self Defense Seminars in Toronto, ON.
Many companies today are looking for educational opportunities to provide to their staff. Corporate Health and Wellness seminars are a great way to offer this education. SAFE International provides not only potentially life-saving information during their one or two hour health and wellness seminars, but it is also entertaining at the same time.
Many corporations are located where there are risks people need to concern themselves with such as car safety, elevator safety, personal safety, plus many more. A SAFE International Health and Wellness seminar can teach employees what an attacker looks for in a potential victim, what an attacker wants and doesn’t want in confrontation, as well as how to avoid looking like a victim. One of the biggest topics that SAFE International explores is how most people are too polite, even when their intuition is telling them that their safety is at risk. SAFE International covers the most common distraction techniques an attacker will use to gain an advantage. Instruction would then move on to verbal strategies in the event that avoidance is no longer possible. Rather than just teaching to yell at a potential attacker, SAFE International instructors cover a few verbal strategies based on the aggressor and the scenario. The third step is addressing the physical aspect of Toronto Corporate Health and Wellness. Physical self defense instruction begins with the advantages of adopting a passive stance rather than an aggressive stance. SAFE International only teaches gross motor strikes due to the adrenal rush one gets when they are in a highly stressful state such as an attack scenario. Self defense training does not take years, and in fact with just a few hours of Toronto Health and Wellness self defense, you can be confident that you have reduced the odds of harm for your employees.
SAFE International has taught more than 150,000 women and men since 1994. For more information on SAFE International Corporate Health and Wellness seminars, please email Chris Roberts, CEO, by email at email@example.com You can also visit the website at www.safeinternational.biz SAFE International can also be reached toll free at 1 800 465 5972.
15535 Cooper Rd.
Canada K0C 1R0
1 800 465-5972
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