If the headlines you read today scare you, join the club. Even walking downtown, shopping, leaving work, eating out, seeing a movie, getting groceries, etc. can be risky and leave us vulnerable. It isn’t confined to certain “bad” neighborhoods. Crime occurs in every populated square mile of our community.
The title of the seminar might seem a little sensationalized but each year they are hundreds if not thousands in Memphis that are victims of violent crime...many of those victims don't survive Memphis. The impact of those incidents might have been reduced if we were all more aware of what a developing threat looks. Self-Defense isn't magic but its something we can due to put more power and control back in our.
All of us to one degree or another live with a level of fear. We can’t escape it. Its always in our face: on TV, news reports, daily conversations and even what we witness ourselves. The rise in crime, the number of stolen cars, the number of cars broken into, the lack of respect for the citizens of Memphis and our law enforcement officers is alarming.
If your personal safety and security is a concern for you, join us for a hands-on interactive seminar on living safely in Memphis. In this seminar we review best practices for your security, how to deal with a physical threats, how to effectively de-escalate tense situations, how to spot threats before they develop into a critical situation, reading people and environments, and much more.
Recommended for mature teens and up, we will have frank discussions on mature topics. Our seminar is centered around 5 skillsets that are essential for your personal safety and security and the mindset to know when and how to activate those skills. We developed this seminar for the average person, with a limited level of activity and spare time is filled managing their family. Our goal is for every attendee to leave with the knowledge and vision to see how they can live safer and more securely in Memphis.
Below we separate some of the deliverable for each attendee into two categories: Soft Skills and Physicals Skills.
The 5 skillsets of Self-Defense
TRTG has identified 5 skillset that are essential to a com[prehensive self-defense strategy. In our seminar we present a methodology for implementing these 5 skill sets and show you how you can use these to live m,ore securely.