Girl’s Self Defence

Girl's Self Defence

A serious subject dealt with in a fun way for girls aged 7-12

This personal safety workshop helps girls to develop strength and confidence by increasing their knowledge of their bodies, their feelings and their rights. They will learn how to say no, remain calm, tell a trusted adult, and use verbal and physical ways to deal with abuse and assault.

Dates Friday 17th June, 4-6pm &
Saturday 18th June, 10am-4pm
Location 4 Warnock St, Grey Lynn
Cost $50 per daughter, $90 for two sisters, $130 for three sisters.

Morgan Libeau

Morgan is a qualified Self Defence Tutor who has been teaching for many years. Initially, she taught women and girls self defence but for some years has now concentrated only on the children’s class.

Morgan has written a number of books for children and young people on issues of sexual abuse, therapy and court preparation for child witness’. She believes that if information is given to children appropriately it will make them feel safe instead of scared, enabling higher self-esteem and confidence.

Feedback from previous participants:

“I loved the feeling that I used to be someone small and shy, but now I feel clever and strong and brave!  It was fun and I won’t forget it! That’s a promise.”

D, aged 12.

“I liked how we learned about a stranger approaches you… you know what to do and I liked how we did the punches and kicks. Self defence rocks!”

J, aged 12.

“The class was great. I learnt to punch and kick properly. I learnt it’s my body. I learnt shouts, yells and blocks.”

H, aged 9.