All of us women have our inner superhero. This Saturday is the Super Her Experience event that wants women to show their power.
The Chamberlain Studios of self-defense will host Dallas’ first super hero experience (S.H.E) for women to learn self-defense dressed in warrior or superhero attire. Feel free to wear anything from a glittery headband, cape, leg warmers or a full-blown Wonder Woman silhouette.
The event will take place from 1 to 3 p.m. at the Sheraton Dallas Hotel—San Antonio Ballroom B; Downtown Dallas; 400 N Olive Street, Dallas, TX 75201.
This event is perfect for women who want to learn more tactics for defending themselves in real world situations. Whether you live alone, have never attended a class before or just want to increase your knowledge this class is what you’re looking for. The class is open to all levels of previous knowledge and experience.
The class will be taught by Michelle Manu who is basically a black belt bad ass who trains women to identify their ‘super’ savage inner and outward strengths with super hero analogies through the S.H.E. workshop. The MMA Color Commentator, will share self-defense methods derived from the ancient hand-to-hand and ground combat war art called Hawaiian Lua; this combat art was concealed in the hula dance as a secret defense.
Two free kid’s activities are offered during the S.H.E workshop at the same time. Kid’s from 4 to 6 years old can join a karate and stranger danger workshop led by Shihan Rollend Nery in State Room 1. Kids age 7 and older can participate in a Haka lesson and dance party led by Professor Aiau Koa in Houston Ballroom B.
Chamberlain Studios wants to provide women with “greater awareness, assertiveness, verbal confrontation skills, safety strategies and physical techniques to help prevent, escape, resist and survive violent assaults”.
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