Self Defense with Glenview Karate Classes
Whether you are seeking to keep your child safe, or give him/her the life skills such as respect and self-discipline taught in a kids class, Glenview ATA Black Belt Academy and Krav Maga are teaching karate classes in Glenview. Helping children stay safe with self defense techniques, situational awareness and the necessary karate skills to keep them confident when threat occurs. The Keeping Kids Safe program is a fun and engaging program that teaches young children several valuable safety lessons that include; escaping an aggressor’s grasp, how to identify a threat and how to identify and maintain their personal karate style “circle of safety”. The safety lessons keep the children tuned in and are taught in a fun and safe environment. The students are trained and are challenged while learning skills that could help keep them safe and potentially save their live or that of another.
Six Weeks of Classes for $69 plus FREE Uniform
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Protect Yourself in Glenview, Illinois
It’s important to feel safe and secure in your daily life. The FBI unified crime report covers most Glenview crimes but one that stands out is that there are more than 10,531 violent crimes here every year. So it only makes sense that people in Glenview turn to Glenview ATA Black Belt Academy to find martial arts, taekwondo, etc. classes to help keep them safe. To have a sense of safety is to be prepared for what comes next; however, without any sort of professional instructions most instinctual actions are to just freeze. Learn to protect yourself in various ways by learning various styles martial arts.
Annual Crime Rates in Glenview, Illinois
Don’t Be A Victim!
According to our research of Illinois and other state lists there were 10 registered sex offenders living in Glenview, Illinois as of May 26, 2017.
The ratio of number of residents in Glenview to the number of sex offenders is 4,503 to 1.
The number of registered sex offenders compared to the number of residents in this city is a lot smaller than the state average.
Law Enforcement Stats in Glenview, Illinois
Law Enforcement always seems to show up when you make a driving infraction, but what about when you’re in danger and need Law Enforcement to help. In Illinois, there are 787 Officers, does that help you to sleep at night? No? Do you know that to do when you need to defend yourself? Perhaps you should take the first step in to lead a safer life.