Jane Doe No More and Litchfield Tang Soo Do are presenting the Escape Alive Survival Skills women's self-defense seminar.
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Jane Doe No More — a Connecticut-based non-profit designed to improving the way society responds to victims of sexual assault — is teaming up with the professionals at Litchfield Tang Soo Do to provide self-defense training to women and girls ages 12 and older.

According to the Register Citizen, the Escape Alive Survival Skills program provides students with “a fighting chance in the face of attack.”

Attendees will receive academic and physical training, skill training and practice drills. They’ll learn awareness tips, escape strategies and a variety of different strikes which will stop an assailant and allow a victim to escape.

“Escape Alive – A Free Women’s Self-Defense Seminar” will take place on July 27 from 11 am. to 3 p.m. at Bantam Gym at Litchfield Park and Recreation. Register at www.janedoenomore.org or call Litchfield Tang Soo Do at 203-217-4623.

Read more: http://www.registercitizen.com

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