Admittedly, practice strengthens skills, yet SAFE Violence Prevention & Self Defence courses cater specifically to busy individuals, whether on-the-go professionals or active parents.

Understanding that most may only attend one session, our program is crafted to equip you with essential violence prevention techniques, including early warning sign recognition to sidestep confrontations.

Our training emphasizes practical, easy-to-remember strategies, both verbal and physical, tailored to fit your lifestyle and potential conflict scenarios.
Any self-defence program that begins with the physical side of self-defense is negligent. Self-defence should begin with learning how to recognize and avoid violence before all else.

If avoiding confrontation fails, though, it’s important to know other strategies to deal with the potential violence. So we address how to defend yourself if you’ve exhausted all other avenues of avoidance. Self-defence is not just about learning how to fight, but how to avoid a fight through all means possible.

You can be in any shape and still learn from our classes. Sure, being in good physical shape may support you regarding physical self-defence, but your mental skills and attitude regarding violence prevention are actually more significant than any physical skills.

Learning who and what you’re defending yourself against and knowing the reasons to defend yourself are critical —and we help you build those skills foremost. Without an effective attitude, your physical talents can only go so far. Your mind influences your body, so we start with the mind.

Great news! No, you don’t. SAFE Violence Prevention & Self Defence is a mobile self-defence business that teaches in schools, families’ homes, corporate offices, even outdoors when the weather is beautiful.

And now available online! 

If you don’t have a location, we have many contacts throughout the province where we may work out the training.

Martial arts is not self-defence. Martial arts is, as the name says, “an art.” There is no art in violence, and if you bring the tools you’ve learned in any of the martial arts to the scene of violence, you will not be prepared.

Considering Self-Defense Training? Reflect on These Questions:
  • Why are some people targeted by attackers?
  • What's the safest way to approach my car in isolated areas?
  • Can I rely on my gut feeling in dangerous situations?
  • How can I walk to avoid appearing vulnerable?
  • Where should I stand in an elevator for safety?
  • Could excessive politeness put me at risk?
  • What are the risks of taking shortcuts despite my fears?
  • Why do I feel anxious using public transport?
  • Is it safe to open the door to strangers because of societal norms?
  • Are cell phones a safety tool or a distraction?
  • What's the safest way to carry my purse?
  • Should I resist a thief to protect my belongings?
  • Is targeting the groin an effective defense strategy?
  • How can I defend myself against a larger assailant?
Our team has delivered our programs globally, yet if in-person attendance isn't possible, we invite you to explore our online self-defense offerings. These include comprehensive courses, instructional videos, ebooks, and personalized coaching support, designed to empower you with self-defense skills at your convenience.