Spring 2016: Free single-session Senshido class

by Michelle Saport  |   

Join us for Senshido and learn a reality-based self-defense system. Senshido is a self-defense strategy that focuses on psychological, emotional and physical responses to real-life situations. Senshido is user friendly and requires no prior experience. It can be practiced by anyone regardless of age, gender, size or athletic ability. Learn more in this Seawolf Weekly feature: "What to know about Senshido."

Single-session classes available:

Thursday, March 31, 6 p.m. Gorsuch Commons, Canary Room

Sunday, April 10, 11 a.m. Administrative/Humanities Building, Room 141

Cost: Free to all UAA students, faculty and staff. No advance registration required. Download a flier to share.

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