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STRONG WOMEN: Self-Defense Seminar

  • Kimbel Mechanical Systems Conference Room 1936 North Shiloh Drive Fayetteville, AR, 72704 United States (map)

TOPIC:  Learn simple and effective techniques that will empower you with the skills and confidence you need to survive in today's world.  In this 3-hour introductory seminar you will learn life saving skills to detect and avoid threats, and navigate potentially dangerous situations.  Most self-defense seminars are technique based.  That means the instructor will show you 12 different techniques on a partner.  You'll feel good after the seminar is over, but in a few weeks, you will have forgotten most of the moves.  It won't be there for you when your under stressed faced with a threat. 

Our approach is different.  Because of our professional backgrounds, we look at things through a intelligence and security perspective.  The best way to avoid an attack is not to be there in the first place.  We'll show you the physical stuff, but our focus will be on how to use your most effective weapon - your brain! 

Topics will include:

 - Situational Awareness: how to detect and avoid danger

 - Escape & Evasion strategies: to get away quickly to safety

 - Assault Prevention: how to minimize your chance of becoming a target

 - Gain the Advantage: by using common items in your environment as imporvised weapons

 - Physical Skills: to defend and defeat physcial threats

Come learn in a non-threatening, non-intimitmitating atmosphere.  You don't need to be in peak shape for this class.  Gain knowledge, acquire life-saving skills, and have a fun time doing it!  

Get Trained.  Get Empowered.  Get Registered Today!!!!

When: Saturday, September 15, 2018, 9:00 am-12:00 pm

Where: Kimbel Mechanical Systems Conference Room, 1936 N. Shiloh Drive, Fayetteville, AR 72704

Cost: $45

Questions:  Contact Mark at 479-871-7580 or email at

INSTRUCTOR:  MARK BOOHER, JD, CPS, is the founder of Barritus, an intelligence and security training company serving the military, law enforcement, and the private sector.  

Mark is a veteran of the United States Army where he spent 5 years in the intelligence and security field specializing in force protection.  He is also a Certified Executive Protection Specialist and has traveled to Israel to study counter-terrorism, security, shooting methods there.  

Following his military service, Mark studied law at the University of Arkansas and spent 6 years as a deputy prosecuting attorney.  During his time, he prosecuted hundreds of cases involving shootings, batteries, and other violent crimes.  His experience has given him a unique insight and perspective into the way violence actually occurs on the street and what it takes to survive a deadly encounters.  Mark has trainied hundreds of military, law enforcement, and members from the private sector in security tactics and strategies across the country and is a contributor to The Counter Terrorist magazine.