She-Jitsu founder and CEO Jennifer Gray started her company not just as a way to provide men and women’s apparel and self-defense instruction, but also to have a vehicle to share her vision for empowerment for women.
She-Jitsu is accomplishing that that goal by offering self-defense seminars and multi-day camps that give women practical, jiu-jitsu based skills to physically resist attacks and psychological insights into the strategies of attackers in order to help them avoid risk.
The principles taught in the seminars and camps help women defend themselves physically against a bigger, stronger opponent, and remain calm during an attack. Women also receive instruction that assists them in setting healthy boundaries that can lower the risk of sexual assault and they get guidance on creating a personal safety plan for the most common types of attacks against women.
Hosting a camp or a seminar for your female employees, students, your daughter’s dorm floor mates, or just getting together a group of friends for a Ladies’ Night with a twist is one way you can be a part of the movement to reduce the epidemic of sexual violence against women.
The next She Jitsu Seminar will be held on January 20 at 7 p.m. at the Redline Jiu Jitsu Academy, 745 Enterprise Dr. Ste 100, Edmond, OK, 73013. $25
10% of the proceeds will be donated to the Prison Yoga Project
Space is limited. Ages 13 & up. 18 & under must be accompanied by an adult.
745 Enterprise Drive, ste. 100 Edmond, OK 73013
For more information, contact: Jennifer Gray, 405-506-7445