Finally: A Proven Rape Defense Approach to Help Women Fight Back Against the Fear of Violence – Women-Only Self Defense Classes Taught By Women
For women these days, the fear of rape and sexual violence is greater than ever.
According to one national survey*, at least 248,300 individuals were raped or sexually assaulted in 2007 – up from 190,600 in 2005.
Among all violent crimes, domestic violence, rape, and sexual assault showed the largest increases.
So it’s not surprising that many women are looking for reliable methods of rape defense.
The problem is there are many options out there that don’t provide all the solutions they promise.
Here are five things you should look for if you want to learn the best approach for rape defense:
1. Classes designed by and for women in a female-friendly environment
2. High quality facilities that are well-maintained and provide a good place to learn
3. Instructors who have proven their ability both in teaching and in self-defense
4. Classes where you can learn right from the start with no fees and no commitment
5. A structured program teaching proven self defense tactics and a record of success
If you want to give yourself the best chance of learning rape defense skills that you can rely on, check out Nyjah Easton’s Women-Only Self Defense Classes at Lloyd Irvin’s Martial Arts Academy:
Here’s Nyjah’s promise:
- Classes based on the martial art of Jiu-Jitsu where you learn to take on any opponent whatever their size and strength
- Learning in one of the finest martial arts facilities in the world
- Classes run by women for women only
- Qualified female martial arts instructors who know how to teach
- Designed to welcome women of all ages, sizes and fitness levels
- Fun, positive classes that will also give you added health and fitness benefits
- No commitments required and nothing to pay when you come along to try out our classes
Those are some of the reasons this has been rated #1 women’s self defense program in the USA for a decade.
And when you learn with Nyjah, you’ll be learning from a Jiu-Jitsu black belt and world champion.
If you’re ready to check out the best approach to rape defense, call us now on 301-449-5425 or complete the form with your details.
The National Crime Victimization Survey: At least 248,300 individuals were raped or sexually assaulted in 2007, up from 190,600 in 2005, the last year the survey was conducted. The study surveyed 73,600 individuals in 41,500 households. Among all violent crimes, domestic violence, rape, and sexual assault showed the largest increases.