With hate crimes, bullying, and harassment increasing around the country, many in our community are concerned about safety. Bushel invites community members to gather family and friends for three afternoons of learning basic self defense, led by Phoebe Schreiner.
Classes will take place on Nov 27, Dec 4, and Dec 11, from 3:30-5:30pm.
Phoebe trained in the martial arts of Okinawan Goju karate and Chinese Wushu (commonly known as kung fu) for a decade in New York City and has taught self-defense to diverse populations. The afternoon sessions will build your confidence and introduce basic self-defense strategies. In a safe and fun environment, we will explore real scenarios and put your new skills to practice to build “muscle memory.”
All participants should come with comfortable clothes for standing and floor exercises. People over the age of 12, of all genders and physical abilities, are welcome.
To cover expenses, we ask those who can afford it to pay $5-$10 per class, but nobody will be turned away for lack of funds. Space is limited; please reserve online if you want to be assured of a spot.