SAFE & SOUND SEMINAR

Most attacks begin with a conversation. Not all conversations lead to an attack.
How do you know when a conversation is going to go bad?

How do you tell the good ones from the bad ones with plenty of time to keep you safe?
How do you reduce the risk of being attacked and still be a player?
And finally, you didn’t see it coming – they got you – now what?

Discover the answers to these and other questions in a 2-hour seminar with Shihan Michelle Gay, 5th Degree black belt,
6-Time Women’s full-contact Karate champion and Certified Laban Movement Analyst.

Upcoming Seminar:

Friday, October 6th at 6:30pm – 8:30pm

Community Event Sponsored by:
Karate-do Kenwakan and Society for Martial Arts Instruction
4 West 18th Street, 3rd floor
New York, NY 10011
Phone: 212.677.7228

TO RESERVE YOUR SPOT CALL 212.677.7228

A $20 Donation is suggested. Thank you.

“…the most important education on the subject of Self Defense that I’ve ever participated in.”

“I’ve not only taught but have taken countless self defense class and workshops around the world in my 30 plus years in the martial arts. The Safe and Sound class is one of if not the most important education on the subject of Self Defense that I’ve ever participated in. It’s my honest belief that every person interested in know more about personal protection take this class. It’s priceless.”

Shihan Gene Dunn

“…For anyone who wants to feel more empowered and aware!”

“As Director of Educational Programming at Broadway Dance Center, I am delighted to wholeheartedly endorse Michelle Gay’s “Safe & Sound Seminar.” I highly recommend the class for anyone who wants to feel more empowered and aware!”

Bonnie Erickson , Director of Educational Programming-
Broadway Dance Center
“…They were amazed by how clear and specific and simple the information was.”

“Michelle Gay taught a Safe & Sound Seminar to my dance students at Lehman College. The next class they were bubbling over with excitement and couldn’t stop talking about it. They were amazed by how clear and specific and simple the information was.

They kept talking about the videos and the movements they’d worked on together. Every student, male and female, seemed to have gotten something from the class that they would take out into their lives immediately. They also loved Michelle as a person; they were quite inspired by her combination of strength and tenderness and left wanting more!”

Aynsley Vandenbroucke , Adjunct Professor-Lehman College