Region 3 Webinar: Become Your Own First Line of Defense
Topic: Become Your Own First Line of Defense
During this zoom session, we will be discussing types of violence, types of predators, and how they operate in various situations. We will also cover different ways to respond (both prior to and during the self-defense encounter, should it become physical). Workplace violence indicators will be introduced with an emphasis on verbal de-escalation skills. Finally, we will discuss the 7 key areas of true self-defense.
Jan 15, 2021 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Sensei @Tsunami Self Defense
Robert Thomas began teaching self-defense as a lifestyle 15 years ago and Tsunami Self Defense Systems is celebrating its 10th year in business in 2020. Our mission is to help all people live safer and healthier lives, through empowerment based self-defense and a proactive approach to personal protection. Robert is certified instructor in the Jane-Jitsu / Girls On Guard program; a women's only training to reduce the odds of sexual assault and abduction. Thomas has been named "Self Defense Instructor Of The Year" on two different occasions (*2014 & 2017) by The World Karate Union - Hall Of Fame. Thomas, a 3rd degree black belt also holds certifications and is affiliated with some of the top reality based street defense and combative instructors in the United States. Robert travels throughout the country to study with and help teach at various seminars and classes regularly. Robert Thomas/Tsunami Self Defense Systems holds corporate workshops, college classes and private seminars for women only, children and co-ed groups of all ages. Information about possible training sessions is available by request.
Assistant Instructor @Tsunami Self-Defense
Louis Albanese is a 4th degree Black Belt in Shorinji Kempo & Ninjutsu and has been training in the Martial Arts for ~12 years and has been teaching traditional Martial Arts for 5 years. Louis is an assistant instructor at Tsunami Self-Defense and has experience in un-armed combat, weaponry, and self-defense. He has been named Assistant Instructor of the year in 2015 by the World Karate Union and Educator of the Year by the International Circle of Masters in 2017. He has also placed 2nd and 3rd place respectively at the Northeastern Judo Championships in 2018 and Princeton Judo Invitational in 2019. In his teaching, Louis puts a strong emphasis on learning to control one’s physical, mental, and emotional states to ensure a more well-rounded approach to true self-defense.