"Stop An Attack" Self-Defense Seminar

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OSSEO, Wis. (WEAU) -- Every 98 seconds, an American is sexually assaulted. On average, there are 321,500 victims (age 12 or older) of rape and sexual assault each year in the United States.

Self-defense with Sensei Dean Berry of Eye of the Tiger Dojo and Ron Anderson of Aikido & Judolifeschools.com joined Hello Wisconsin to talk about an upcoming seminar. It’s based on the book “Stop An Attack” written by Ron Anderson, a Blackbelt in Aikodo (a Japanese martial art) and judo...tell me about the book.

Our "Stop an Attack" book will teach you and assist you and your family in the most current way of how to be safe and protected in this modern world. It is also a life manual that includes teaching a mindset of success in all important areas of our lives. The areas are physically (fitness and proper nutrition for strength), mental focus, emotional wellness, spiritual fitness, and financial (how to become independently wealthy). Most importantly it shows you how to gain the motivation and self-discipline necessary for personal success.

Ron Anderson and the AJLSI crew are super pumped about sharing our Self Defense seminar with you. You will have a complete self-defense program by the end of the weekend and we are also going to learn about how to stop bullying. Our next Seminar is scheduled in Wisconsin on the 3rd weekend in March 16,17.18 2018 hosted by Sensei Dean Berry of the Eye of the Tiger Dojo and is sponsored by Super 8 Motels and will be Friday night, 2 sessions Saturday and a Sunday morning event. Just in case you cannot attend Friday and Sunday, the system will be covered all on Saturday (lunch provided Saturday).

Ron Anderson is an author, martial arts teacher, and professional counselor by trade and specializes in 12 step program recovery. Ron has been a practitioner of Aikido and Judo for over 35 years and a Co-Founder of AJLSI in 1984 along with his Jack (Dad), Jeremy (Son) and Jw Bode.

Friday night begin introductions and presenting the weekends format. Saturday is 2 sessions approximately 4 hours each breaking for lunch (lunch included) followed by a Saturday night practice, question and answer get together. Sunday is usually 2 HR summing up, clarifications, questions, sharing and conclusion from about 9:30 until noon. Our workshops or speaking engagements are reserved as a 1 day events and priced on an individual basis. Contact us for details at 580 231-0878.

Our seminar series is a complete self-defense program and is based on our book "Stop an Attack". Also available will be T Shirts commemorating the event, manuscript of the book signing, the Level 1 Aikido and Judo self-defense video of the basics that keep you learning and studying after the seminar and anyone can learn and train in the home or add to or start a school. You will learn and understand in this seminar and utilize this teaching and training experience toward the safety of self and teaching and training others others including family and friends.

This Seminar of Self Defense is only $100 per person for the complete program of self-defense minimum 25 participants or $50 each with 50 participants anywhere in the USA. Reserve your date today for 2018 weekends are filling fast. Peace (and confidence) through Preparedness and Right Action.

Family rates apply, after registration for the first, half price for the second one of the family and $25 for any additional in the same family paid at the door. We encourage family participation. T Shirts, Level 1 Self Defense video, and Manuscripts of the book 'Stop an Attack" will be available at the seminar.

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