With shopping, home alone, holidays and travel, it is important to learn what you can do to help keep you safe. Master Anne Radke, teaches ways to be aware of their surroundings, how to assess a situation and what description to report to the authorities that would be helpful in the event of an assault or crime committed. There are many ways she can teach you how to physcially protect yourself.
Some people are uncomfortable with learning how to kick, block and punch, but your greatest defense is a great offense so use knowledge as your weapon. "To empower oneself you must choose your thoughts and behavior such as where to be, how to act, what to say, what to do, with whom to be , what to believe, when to go along, when to resist and whom to trust. These decisions determine your course of action to ensure your personal safety."
said Master Radke.
For those hesitant in using their own body to protect themselves, she introduced her new line of Personal Safety Devises such as the Home Safety kit, the College Safety Kit, personal alarms to carry along with house and work alarms. Her lifelong experience of more than 20 years of experience has taught her that carrying a gun, using mase or knife at all times is not practical or even safe for the untrained. Usually those seeking to harm you are more familiar with weapons than whom they attack. By drawing attention of yelling or pressing an alarm, you could prevent an attack as most bullies or thieves don't like to be seen stealing and doing wrongful deeds. Loud noise, a look that could kill as they say and not acting like a defenseless person ,can send a message to the attacker that you are not the easy target they hoped for.
- How to be aware and properly trained to look for and describe attackers
- Learn to use your body in ways that will not harm you but could help stop attacks from others
- Use "Verbal" de-escalators to lessen a potentially harmful situation
- Creating proper space when approached
- Create barriers and look for escape routes rather than trying prove how tough you are
- Learn which safety device works best for you
- Carry personal safety devises, or something that makes loud noise that will draw attention in the event of a fearful situation or in need of help
- Stay in groups when leaving shopping so as not be alone
- Use your cell phone for protection not a distraction
- Practice assessing exercises to remain sharp in your intuitive senses
- Tell someone you trust if you have been violated or threatened
To schedule a group or personal defense training session, contact Master Anne Radke at 850-566-4544
or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.