Personal Safety For Women
Diddillibah

Personal Safety For Women
Learn simple, practical and effective self defence options (physical and psychological) Safety strategies for home, car, public places and public transport Presenter: Suzanne Daley founder of SDVMA (a not for profit organisation working on short and long term solutions to violence) has offered a HUGE $ discount for our group!
Who should attend: any woman who is concerned for their personal safety and quality of life, or who would like to feel safer, more confident and more empowered as they go about their personal, social and public business. The seminars although obviously serious, and related to such an essential subject, are still a lot of fun. They are never negative. They are never fear inducing in any way at all. Universally people leave feeling positive, empowered, and knowing there is so much they can do to be - and feel – safer.
Content includes: - Myths and facts relating to violence
- Self image and self esteem
- Confidence (and projection)
- Personal empowerment
- Body language, communication and assertiveness
- Dealing positively with confrontation
- Awareness
- Risk assessment
- Safety strategies for home, car, public places and public transport
- The law and self defence
- Simple, practical and effective self defence options (physical and psychological)
Suzanne Daley is the founder of SDVMA (a not for profit organisation working on short and long term solutions to violence). Suzanne’s background is in natural medicine, nutrition, sport & fitness psychology, stress management, martial arts, combat philosophy and practice, conflict resolution, security and personal and community safety. Suzanne is a teacher, trainer, lecturer, writer, and consultant on holistic wellness, violence prevention, and specialised safety and security projects for clients all over the world (including the Australian Ballet, the Queensland Police, Parents of Missing Children, the Department of Community Services, the FBI Academy in Europe, the Italian Criminal Police, the BC Justice Department in Canada, the City of London, and the State University of New York.
Cost $25 Seminar is organised and hosted by https://www.facebook.com/groups/sunshinecoastretireewomen/ This group is for Baby Boomer aged women, who are semi retired, transitioning to retirement and retired.
When:
Wednesday at 10.00am 12-Jun-2019
Where:
Waterfront Hotel
2/46 David Low Way,
Diddillibah [View Map]
Group:
Sunshine Coast Retiree Women  
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