Self-Defense Seminar for Teens & Adults

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This unique seminar for teens and adults focuses on hands-on self-defense techniques, strategies and tips for staying safe.
 
The class is for those who are starting to become more independent, including teens who are walking, biking or driving places on their own. During the seminar, instructors will teach and demonstrate ways to escape from common attacks, while helping to build confidence.

Steinberg Wellness Center for Mind and Body


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March 18
Wed 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM
30 spots left

$ 47 x

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Johanna Glazer

Sensei Johanna Glazer began her martial arts training in 1990 and she earned her first black belt in 1993.
She was promoted to the rank of fifth-degree black belt in Seirenkai Karate in 2019, and fourth-degree black belt in Seirenkai Jujitsu in 2015. Sensei Glazer is a certified instructor of both arts having earned her Instructor Certification and the title of Sensei in 1994 and has been a Chief Instructor in multiple Massachusetts dojo since that time. She has taught numerous women’s self-defense and safety seminars at many schools and universities and has taught Karate and Jujitsu at youth centers. As the founder and chief instructor of the Concord-Carlisle Adult Education Karate and Jujitsu program since the 1990s, Sensei Glazer directly impacts the community through clinics as well as on-going Jujitsu classes. She is also a teacher at Concord-Carlisle High School and incorporates her understanding of educational theory to her martial arts instruction.

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Len Glazer

Sensei Len Glazer has been studying martial arts for over 30 years. He commenced training in Okinawan Karate in 1982 and has been studying Karate and Jujitsu with Master Dan Cohen since 1990. Sensei Glazer was promoted to the rank of fifth-degree black belt in Seirenkai Jujitsu in 2019 and  fourth-degree black belt  in Seirenkai Karate in 2015. He is a certified instructor of both arts having earned his Instructor Certification and the title of Sensei in 1994 and has been a Chief Instructor in multiple Massachusetts dojo since that time. He also continues to train as a member of the Yudanshakai (Black Belt Association) and at international seminars. Sensei Glazer often incorporates his academic and professional background in psychology with his martial arts teaching and training.