Bell Murphy is an accredited member of the Womens' Self Defence Network-Wāhine Toa teaching a range of programmes in Dunedin and wider Otago.These comprehensive workshops teach skills for safety in a fun, supportive way. Learn and practice simple techniques—mental, verbal and physical—which anyone can use for staying safe and empowered no matter how big or little they are and no matter how big or strong an attacker might be. By sharing ideas and suggestions (rather than a list of do's and don'ts) these courses increase our options and confidence for how to effectively resist abuse in a range of situations (strangers in public, people we know indoors and in our relationships). No experience needed. All women and girls including transgender/takatāpui, of all ages and abilities warmly welcome.
The power of body-language and voice
Positive assertiveness, self-esteem and confidence
Physical self-defence techniques: (kicks, punches, blocks, ground defence, strangle/grab releases and more)
Healthy and respectful relationships
Knowing your rights, finding support and supporting others
Course lengths, prices, target groups, and venues vary and can be tailor made to suit a group's needs. Many courses qualify for funding so are free to participants.
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