Adult Self Defense Class

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Event# 402-909-2643

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Professor Christopher N Geary
10th Degree Black Belt and Grand Master

Geary has appeared on local television shows presenting self defense tips for those who could not afford classes. In his presentations, Geary stressed the importance of being aware of one's surroundings in order to react quickly and effectively in life threatening situations. He has taught college seminars to help participants gain self confidence by learning simple, effective techniques to protect themselves from date rape, mugging, and other types of assaults.
Geary has been inducted into four martial arts Hall of fames for "Master Instructor of the Year," "School of the Year," "Founder and Grand Master of the Year" and "Outstanding Contribution to The Martial Arts Grand Master" (board certified category), with the additional honored recognition of Ambassador to the Martial Arts.
All self defense/material taught will be enough to get promoted to white belt. $20.00 charge for belt and certificate (day of class only).
Saturday, September 4th, 2010.
Midland Lutheran College, 700 East 10th Street, Fremont, NE
$20.00 Prepay $25.00 at door.

Adult Self Defense Class

Address : 700 East 10th Street Fremont NE
Phone : 402-909-2643   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : $25.00


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