Women's Self Defense, Martial Arts for Transgender, Non-Binary (WTNB)
Kung fu self defense class for anyone who identifies as:
- - cis female
- - trans gender
- - non-binary
Inclusive environment, focuses on self-defense technique and the art of kung fu martial arts. A training environment that respects who you are, and focuses on learning how to apply strategies, and protocol for self-protection. This class will help you identify opportunities to use physical leverage to your advantage, using the opponent’s strength against them.
Sun Tzu’s Art of War states, “The greatest victory is that which requires no battle.”
By having knowledge and skills at your disposal, you will have more options, able to evaluate your choice and manipulate various circumstances for your safety.
Another Sun Tzu’s Art of War quotes: “Victorious warriors win first and then go to war, while defeated warriors go to war first and then seek to win”.
By taking steps to equip yourself with skills, capabilities and information, you have taken steps towards being a “Victorious warrior “. Then you’ll appear more confident and will be unlikely target.
First time? Don’t worry, our instructors will guide you all the way.
Come join us for a FREE trial class.
Note: Please scroll calendar to week of Jan 6, 2019 to see WTNB self defense class
WTNB self defense instructors
Genevieve Heineman is a certified instructor with Bamboo Kung Fu and has been studying Choy Li Fut Kung Fu with Sifu Kin Sze for the past two years. Prior to that she was a professional dancer with a background in ballet, modern, jazz, and hip hop. She also studied Wu Mei Kung Fu in New York city for a number of years. Wu Mei Kung Fu is the predecessor to Wing Chun kung fu style which Bruce Lee has made famous. This led to her interest in Buddhism and she later took her Bodhisattva vows with Fo Guan Shan (佛光山) temple in California.
It is her own personal experience that practicing Kung Fu has made her healthier, stronger, and more self confident.
Genevieve is passionate in helping people to better themselves through martial arts and fitness training.
She is particularly concerned with empowering women, transgender and non-binary people to feel safe and secure within their own bodies and to protect themselves as they navigate through their daily lives.