Cocoa Beach Karate conducts self-defense training
Have you ever had the feeling that someone is following you?
What if they were? Would you know what to do if an attacker approached you at night?
Here’s your chance to learn valuable skills that could save your life.
Cocoa Beach Karatein conjunction with the Cocoa Beach Police Department, is hosting another free Assault Prevention and Community Service Self-Defense Seminar on Friday, April 22 at 5 p.m. at Cocoa Beach Health & Fitness.
“Karate training encompasses a wide range of directly applicable training and techniques for avoiding conflict and preventing aggression through self-defense,” said Cocoa Beach Karate Founder Sensei Des Chaskelson. “In this seminar, we provide participants with the relevant information to reduce the risk of aggression and show them how to use some basic self-defense techniques if necessary.”
Attendance is limited, so RSVP is required by emailing [email protected]
Last year’s course:Cocoa Beach Karate Self-Defense Seminar Draws Large Crowds
Previous seminar:Cocoa Beach Karate Offering Free Self-Defense Seminar
Participants will receive information on how to avoid dangerous situations and learn some basic self-defense techniques to use in an emergency situation.
The seminar will be led by Chaskelson, a 6th degree karate black belt with 35 years of karate training.
Chaskelson founded Cocoa Beach Karate in 2002 and provided karate training for kids, teens and adults and families ever since.
The Cocoa Beach Police Department will again send representatives from its community policing department to provide information and answer questions about assault prevention and safety issues.