HOUSTON, TX – There’s a lot of things great about Houston: the food, the arts, we’re close to the beach and we can wear flip flips almost year-round.
But the city can also be dangerous. That’s why the folks at Samurai Karate Dojo in west Houston are holding a free self-defense seminar in a few weeks.
Chief instructor and owner, Ehab Ahmed, says, “Self-defense really is far more beyond punching and kicking.”
The seminar won’t include weapons. Instead, trainers will show what they call the “A, B, C’s” (awareness, body language and confrontation) of self-defense through hands-on, life-saving techniques.
“We’re gonna talk about being pinned against a wall, being pinned against a ground where the attacker is bigger, stronger than you.”
The seminar is Saturday, March 2nd, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
It’s open to everyone, but it’s first come, first served.