Host a Presentation in Your Community or at Your Workplace!
“I love the inflection you use in your voice for different topics of discussion or when you are teaching.” ~Kathryn (19)
“You sounded confident without coming across as an aggressive type. This was helpful to relate to as a woman. It helped me to see that I can too!” ~Rachel (45)
Host an interactive self-protection presentation
Introducing women to Smartsafe training. These workshops are ideal for communities or organizations that have an interest in developing physical self defense skills as well as awareness and prevention skills. Contact Regina for more information by completing the form to the right or email Regina directly at Regina@reginarowley.com.
Perfect for Groups:
- Real Estate
- Healthcare Staff
- Child Advocates
- Sororities and University Females
- Flight Attendants and Pilots
- Direct Sales
Lecture and Demonstration
Participants will learn a new approach to personal security, including awareness and prevention techniques. Physical self-protection techniques will be demonstrated only. This option is best suited to businesses or groups that are unable to engage in interactive workshops due to liability issues, but wish to offer their employees valuable personal security information. These presentations are customized to meet the needs of the intended audience. Contact KUTA for more information by completing the form to the right or email Regina directly at Regina@reginarowley.com.
Your favorite part of the seminar was….
“How everything was linked together: stats, story examples and physical techniques. You kept the class moving and relevant.” ~Sarah (24)
“The demos were extremely helpful. The tips gave me more awareness of my behavioral patterns.” ~Terri (29)
“Realizing there is something you can do in every situation & it’s something accessible, easy & effective. Anyone can do it!!!” ~Leah (63)
“As you were talking, it occurred to me how strong I would fight if my child was at risk, without fear. So why shouldn’t I do the same for myself?” ~Shelley (56)