You’re walking to class one day and the school bully trips you over as you pass.
You’re celebrating schoolies and you get separated from your friends in a crowd of people.
Leaving school late you see a friend being hit by an older kid.
You’re camping with your family and you get lost bushwalking.
You’re walking home and four young men decide they want your phone.
You’re at the shopping centre and an adult starts yelling at you for not watching where you’re going. An angry finger pokes at your chest with every word. There are people all around but no one is doing anything.
Riding your bike to a friend’s house, you notice someone standing outside the corner store up ahead. Something about her makes you feel uneasy.
A mate grabs your wrist to stop you from leaving.
Do you know what you would do?
Self defence is about more than just practising techniques and patterns to solve very specific physical problems. Teen Defenders are taught behaviours that will improve their safety in a wide range of situations. We practice in conditions that are as close to reality as we can get without compromising student safety. We provide a context for everything we do so that it makes sense when learning it and so that it is remembered when it is needed.
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