Please be advised that both of our Women's Empowerment Seminars for this coming weekend have reached maximum capacity (i.e. both seminars are fully booked). Interested parties may still donate to our cause and be placed on the seminar waitlist. A donation and placement on the waitlist DOES NOT GUARANTEE you will be able to attend the seminar.
On the day of the seminar, any available spot will be given to the first name on the waitlist. If that person is not present the next name on the waitlist will be given that spot, and so on. Late attendees' spots may be forfeited to waitlisted persons.
Thank you for your interest in our Women's Empowerment Seminars. Please keep in mind we will be resuming Women Only Intro Classes in May! If you want to get started training with us sooner than that, give us a call or fill out our contact form on the homepage!
Krav Maga Worldwide® Community Outreach Division has partnered with Krav Maga Association of America (KMAA) and Coalition to Abolish Slavery & Trafficking (CAST) to host two Women’s Empowerment Seminars with 3rd Degree Black Belt instructor, Kelly Campbell.
Develop the right mindset, confident body language, verbal self-defense skills, and physical preparedness to maintain your personal safety and use practical self-protection strategies in a fun and cooperative learningenvironment. No previous experience or training is necessary.
Seminars are open to all individuals ages 13 & up. Ages 13-15 must be accompanied by an adult; seminars may involve adult content. To register, each participant is requested to make a minimum suggested donation of $35. Donations are not mandatory but 100% of proceeds will go to support the charitable efforts of KMAA and CAST.*
Saturday, April 8th. 2pm - 5pm
Krav Maga Worldwide HQ Training Center Sherman Oaks
15233 Ventura Blvd. #100
Sherman Oaks, CA. 91403
Sunday, April 9th. 2pm - 5pm
Krav Maga Worldwide HQ Training Center West L.A.
11400 W. Olympic Blvd. #100
Los Angeles, CA. 90064
Cost: $35 donation per seminar
For questions or further details please contact [email protected] or call 800.572.8624
* KMAA and CAST are both Los Angeles-based 501(c)(3) non-profit organizations. KMAA is dedicated to helping create safer and healthier communities by teaching its citizens practical self-defense and communication skills. CAST seeks to assist persons trafficked for the purpose of forced labor and slavery-like practices and to work toward ending such human-rights violations.