Chris Roberts

Tactile Sensitivity Self Defense Ground Drill

In this short clip from our recent Rich'n Roberts self defense retreat I am sharing a tactile sensitivity self defense ground drill that we teach during our seminars.  The one person begins in a more dominant position with the goal to get to the mount position through movement, striking, and other attacks while the person in bottom position works on preventing it through their tactile senstivity.  This includes locating both primary and secondarty targets on their partner.  These targets may include the eyes, throat, nose, ears, hair, head cranks, etc.  Once position of dominance is reversed, the person escapes. Click on the following link:  Tactile Sensitivity Self Defense Ground Drill For more information on this ...
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Chris Roberts

Beauty Bites Beast at Montreal Film Festival

  I am thrilled to announce that my friend Ellen Snortland will have her film, "Beauty Bites Beast, The Missing Conversation About Ending Violence" premiering at the Montreal Film Festival on Sunday, Sept 4 at 5:50pm at the Theatre Outremont, 1230-1248 Avenue Bernard, Outremont, QC H2V 1V6, Canada.   As Ellen says, "Our aim with Beauty Bites Beast is to "normalize" women's self-defense, and by extension, kids' self-defense as a human need and right; to inspire those on the fence to see that the drive to protect oneself is not a gendered attribute and to thereby get behind the movement to make empowerment self-defense accessible, portable and affordable." Ellen Snortland is lawyer, teacher, media and first time author boo...
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Chris Roberts

A Message to Mom & Daughter About Leaving For College

momdaughterYou’ve both been waiting for this for a long time, and no doubt mom, your daughter or son has been looking forward to the next phase of their life. Congratulations, it’s an exciting time and one’s post-secondary school years will be some of the most unforgettable, so let’s make sure those memories are great ones! Just remember that your parents are concerned because hey, after all you are the light of their eyes and the news of campus safety and the worry of violence doesn't help them, nor you, so please understand the position they are in.  They have felt some level of control in keeping you safe all these years, and they may fear losing some of that control.  College should be a fun and enlightening experience, a growing exper...
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When Your Child Leaves Home for College

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