Don’t be afraid, Be AWARE!
There is no such thing as a completely safe neighborhood. The A.W.A.R.E. Tactical Program will prepare you mentally and physically for when you find yourself in an unsafe situation.
OF WOMEN EXPERIENCE VIOLENCE AT LEAST ONCE IN THEIR LIFE
VIOLENT CRIMES IN THE USA IN 2020
OF WOMEN WHO EXPERIENCE VIOLENCE DON’T REACH OUT FOR HELP
VICTIMS OF INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE ARE FEMALE
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN
Learn techniques and tools that will empower you with confidence in any situation.
Violence is not always avoidable. Learn how to keep yourself and loved ones safe when escaping is not an option.
Get the information you need to help you predict, identify, and mitigate violence before it occurs.
How it works
THE AWARE METHOD
The AWARE method is not just about learning how to physically defend yourself. You will also come away with a stronger sense of confidence that will help you assert yourself in all areas of your life: relationships, work, and public appearances.
That you are in a situation that is unsafe
Your body and mind for the situation that presents itself
Know what you’re up against and what your options are.
Prepare your response to the threat.
Decide whether to engage or evade the situation.
- 8 Weeks of video and written instruction
- Lifetime access to the course content
- Learn basic self defense techniques that will help keep you safe
- Stretching and mobility training
- Conditioning and breathing training
- Weekly exercises where you will apply the skills you learned
Kwame Stephens has over 25 years of involvement in Muay Thai and is a four-time Muay Thai Champion. He fought in the USA, Canada, Europe, Japan, Thailand, and China.
Kwame’s has won championship titles in Heavyweight, Cruiserweight, Light Cruiserweight, Super Middleweight, and Middleweight.
Kwame was also the team coach for the United States Muay Thai team in the 2004 World Games in Bangkok, Thailand and the Puerto Rico Muay Thai team in the 2004 World Games. He was also the team captain for the United States Muay Thai team in the 2006 and 2007 World Games in Bangkok.
What others say
“I would not be the strong, self-confident woman I am today if it were not for Kwame. In the gym, Kwame taught me to be an elite athlete, but he also taught me something that is instilled in my being. Something every woman needs to learn, and every woman needs to teach their daughters right now. Kwame taught me how to protect myself.”
“Kwame is everything you need in a coach and in my case, a father as well. He is there to lift you up & make you realize your potential/self-worth. Kwame has never been into coaching to get the eyes on him, instead, he does it to help young people feel like they have a chance in this world.“
“Kwame is an amazing coach. Not only does he focus on fundamentals and solid technique, he also personalizes training sessions with specific fighters in mind. Instead of a one size fits all approach, Kwame helped identify my personal strengths and focused our sessions to enhance those aspects“