Corporate Self Defense Training
An Experiential Workshop
You care about the safety and well-being of every person on your staff. You know that the more positive your company culture, the more dynamic and productive your team.
Empower your employees with information tailored specifically to their concerns, along with easy and fun hands-on practice carefully guided by a 6th degree black belt who knows her stuff.
Provide your staff with an on-site custom-designed self-defense class and show them proof positive how much you care.
- Connect with Silvia
- Quick phone or in-person interview with you or your chosen team
- Survey is designed and distributed to your employees
- Using the data gleaned from your staff, your workshop is custom-built to meet their specific needs, ensuring that class hits home on every level
Additional benefits: of this training include enhanced creativity and teamwork, positive thinking, effectiveness, and collaboration. Participants share that after taking this workshop, they feel more productive and able to focus on what they do best.
In fact, this training is so relevant, your team will thank you for the rest of their lives.
Investment: $400 for the first hour of your workshop (includes phone consultation, survey design and data collection), $350 each additional hour
Here’s what your staff can count on learning:
Facts, statistics & real information about sexual assault and other crimes dispel prevalent street legends that cause unnecessary anxiety. Watch your staff relax as knowledge replaces myths.
The space to speak and be heard brings engagement and connection. Teams find affinity and empathy, paving the way for deeper cooperation and mutual support.
Exposure to and practice of breathing, body language, verbal and physical techniques bring exhilaration, fist pumps, cheering and deep gratifying sighs that bring your team together.
Silvia’s Street Creds
Sixth degree Black Belt – over three decades of teaching and training
Master’s Degree in Education with a focus on special needs
Self Defense Teacher Certification Program
FBI Oregon CAAA Board and Human Trafficking Committee
In property management we are often in situations where we are alone with people we don’t know in empty apartments or working alone in offices. It was helpful to have a class geared specifically towards dealing with these scenarios as well as tools that our team can use in all areas of their lives.
Our group ranges in age from 26 to 65 years old with varying degrees of physical limitations and abilities. Some people were nervous about practicing in front of co-workers but quickly warmed up to the relaxing atmosphere Silvia created. Besides that, Silvia kept the team interested and involved. It didn’t take too long before people were firing off questions and getting excited to participate in the training. As a supervisor, it was great to have the entire team in one room without having to isolate certain people by physical ability.
In the end we had an incredible instruction session and a memorable team building experience. Silvia is already workingwith us to help build on the class for next year. Rebecca Cook
Thanks SO SO SO much. Everyone had such a great time and learned so much from you. We truly enjoyed it and hope to plan another session soon! Nicole Hooper
NAGA recently taught an engaging 2-hour self-defense class to 12 people in our Portland office. The feedback from our employees has been very positive and it was a great team building activity. Silvia was supportive, informative, and all of the participants were engaged in learning and felt safe asking questions and sharing their experiences. Here are a few comments from some of the participants:
“Silvia clearly knows what she’s doing and she was very personable. I only wish the class was 3 hours instead of 2!”
“The most important idea I took away was: there is no ‘right’ or ‘wrong’ way to defend myself. It is a simple but very powerful idea.”
“Her thinking that no response is right or wrong hopefully helped all those attending to step back and stop judging their actions in the past (or those of other people). This aspect and also her encouragement for people to share their stories so we can all learn from them and stop having secrets about potentially violent events in our lives (so we can benefit from that experience) was my biggest takeaway.”
“I think we should do these trainings once a year or every other year.”
Thank you Silvia for a wonderful class and we look forward to having you back in the future.Shawna Mantey