This class is a participant driven, community defense project based on a blend of striking, grappling, and escape techniques as well as strengthening, conditioning, and agility exercises. Offering a break from traditional victim narratives and self-defense training, this intersectional class seeks to not only teach us how to defend ourselves and each others, but to nourish strength, autonomy, and power both internally in our bodies and externally in our communities.
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Earlier Event: March 28Open Gym & Kenpo Karate
Later Event: March 29Open Sparring for Trans, Queer or Women-Aligned Folx