Burbank Self Defense
FREE SELF DEFENSE CLASSES IN BURBANK
Burbank, Los Angeles County, Calif. — Crime is increasing across Los Angeles County. LA’s streets — the ones we once adored and now bring back that nostalgic feeling — are a dangerous place to walk for kids and the same for adults throughout California’s largest city. In fact, LA maps show that crime is at an all time high in the area. Sure we enjoy the sunshine, and even getting stuck in traffic is not bad when you have California Sun all year round. What is sad, is the number of assaults in and around Los Angeles County. As a result of such high crime numbers, Angelinos are starting to take their safety seriously and looking for a way to defend themselves.
Because of that, we were not surprised to learn that folks World Pa Kua Martial Arts are hosting free self defense classes in Burbank. There are two sessions left, one on Saturday October 8th, 2022 and the next on Saturday November 10th, 2022.
Saturday, October 8, 2022 at 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM PDT
Saturday, November 10, 2022 at 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM PDT
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World Pa Kua Martial Arts & Health
120 East Alameda Avenue
Burbank, CA 91502
BURBANK MARTIAL ARTS
In this class, martial arts instructors from Burbank Pa Kua Martial Arts will talk about basic theory for safety. They will cover basic self defense items that can be used to defend yourself, and they will also cover physical techniques for different real life situations.
They will end the course describing how we can help out friends and family who may be in dangerous situations. Don’t worry after you take these courses you will be more confident to defend yourself and those around you.
SELF DEFENSE IN BURBANK
If you live in Los Angeles County and can make the quick trip to Burbank (you may have leave early), we invite you to come learn the basics of Self Defense with an established Martial Arts School in Burbank.
Remember, they are doing this on Saturday October 8th, and again Saturday November 10, 2022. Don’t miss either class. If you do attend, instructors ask that you wear comfortable clothes to allow for free movement.