Angie M. Tarighi is the CEO & Founder of Women's Self-Defense Institute and has been teaching women's self-defense programs for over 20 years. She is a tireless advocate of self-reliance and responsibility, encouraging women to actively protect life through awareness and education.
With the help of WSDI, women replace fear with skills, knowledge and confidence.
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Today marks the 100th plus anniversary of International Women's Day. The "theme" for this year is women and men united to end violence against women and girls.
What would you give to have a weapon you can always rely upon? What would it be worth to have a weapon that will disable or annihilate your attacker immediately?
Teen-Dating-Violence-Awareness-Month provides an opportunity for prevention and healing for teen victims of violent relationships.
Knowing that the most important thing in an attack is survival prepares you mentally for what you need to do next.
One of the challenges in discussing self-defense training with women and girls is the denial factor.And as they say, DeNial ain't just a river in Egypt.
10-Mistakes-You-Cannot-Make-When-Confronted-with-Violence is about recognizing potentially violent & dangerous situations; knowing how to employ verbal de-escalation and boundary skills.
As a group, we continue to deny the need for our own self-protection, relying instead on arguments that someone should be protecting us. Here are 5 reasons for women to take a self defense course.
How will you defend yourself when they decide to come for you?
We are going to share the top 10 security flaws that most people overlook or take for granted. These are sure indicators for a criminal that says, "come on in, the house is yours."