We are excited to announce our upcoming CrossFit Salus Kids Self Defense class with Sensei Benny Gonzalez on Saturday, September 14 at 10:15 a.m.
Kids Self Defense, Sat. Sept. 14
This specialty kids self defense workshop is specifically designed for children ages seven and over. Sensei Benny creates practical drills that kids can remember and use to protect themselves in situations such as bullying and opposition from larger aggressors.
From elementary students to high school students, Sensei Benny has the self defense fundamentals that every child should know. Kids will learn self-confidence, problem solving and situational awareness. They will learn how to reduce their risk and walk away with basic life-saving drills.
Kids age 7 and over are welcome to attend.
You do not have to be a member to participate.
Saturday, September 14 at 10:15 a.m.
Reservations are already open on Wodify! If your child has a 5-pack of sessions, simply reserve your spot on Wodify as usual.
For all other attendees, please purchase a drop-in session for kids class and contact firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your spot.
Space is limited. Reserve now.
About Sensei Benny Gonzalez
Benny started karate 34 years ago after she was mugged in an elevator and felt helpless by the ordeal. She is currently a sensei, which is 4th degree black belt, studying Josan Lu Karate under Shuseki Shihan Sana in Garwood, NJ.
In addition to teaching karate whenever possible, she also teaches self defense regularly.
I think it is important for everyone, especially women and children, to be more assertive in certain situations. My motto is “it is better to know it and not need it, then need it and not know it.”
Benny has been a member at CrossFit Salus for a few years now and also attends with her husband and son as well. We think she’s pretty amazing!
I would love to add that CrossFit Salus is the perfect complement to my karate. Since I started CrossFit, my upper body and kicks are stronger. I also have more energy which is something I thought at my age would not happen. I am thankful for the opportunity to give something back to this wonderful community and would like to thank my inspirational teachers.