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Because of a most note worthy cause "Race for Riley" the A.C.T. Self defense workshop will be moved to Sunday, May 1 from 11:30 till 1pm. Same location. Go Riley!


Self-Defense Workshop
April 30, 2011
9:00-10:30
The Institute at Serenbe

April 2011, is Sexual Assault Prevention Month. Please join us for a fun and powerful class to help avoid becoming a victim of violence. The techniques you will learn were designed over a thirty year period and can help any person big or small, young or old stay safe and limit the chance of being the victim of an assault.

Participants just need to wear comfortable clothing. We charge $20 per person. This will be one of the most informative classes you will ever take. You can expect to learn the myths about self-defense and the right way to get away from an attacker.

We are also on Facebook at ACT Women's Self Defense.

You must pre-register for this event. Please call Jennifer Farmer at 678-778-4751 or email her at jenniferfarmer13@gmail.com


President Obama proclaims April as NATIONAL SEXUAL ASSAULT AWARENESS AND PREVENTION MONTH
Click here to see the full article on TheWhiteHouse.gov

DROP WEIGHT, PUSH BACK, Fast and hard.   Drop to the ground (going limp makes it hard for the assailant to keep ahold of you). Start thinking "Make Circles!"  MAKE A CIRCLE! Roll over the assailants leg. If you can't roll one way roll the other
Please let us know if there is anything we can do to help:
Phone: (678) 819-0054
Email: info@actselfdefense.com


The Victoria Moon Family Assistance Fund


Thanks to those who attended our seminar on Feb 22, 2011. We had a great time. I would also like to send a thanks out to Julia with Northeast Cobb Patch for her article and video about the seminar and the Victoria Moon Family Assistance fund. Her article can be found Here

Northeast Cobb Patch Self Defense capture


Ladies, get your A.C.T. together!


A.C.T. (Assailant Control Techniques) is a highly developed set of skills taught to inform and help protect against the risk of sexual assault and rape.


The instructors are here to provide information and methods to help prevent and protect yourself from sexual assault. We also offer local self defense seminars and classes. If you are interested in hosting a class please contact us below or on our contact page.


Report all sexual assaults! Let the Law Sort 'em out

Contact RAINN
National Sexual Assault Hotlines: 1-800-656-HOPE
RAINN Online Hotline


Contact Us

Phone: (678) 819-0054
Email: info@actselfdefense.com