Franklin Joseph, CEO of Indian Institute of Strategic Threat-Intelligence Analysis & Combat Tactical Science, Ottilie Anban Kumar, founder of Evolve Life Foundation and Krystal Joseph, one of the youngest Krav Maga Self Defence instructors, demonstrated a variety of self-defence skills for women during real life crime situation.
The workshops were greatly appreciated by the 170 participants who attended. All organisations should support the empowerment of girls. Every girl should become a warrior of self-defence. A variety of simple, but very effective methods of defence were taught to the participants.
“Indian Railways, Hubballi
Loved easy to learn tactics…
As iTeachiPower.in Safety Assistant Instructor, I assisted my father, Specialist Guru-ji Mr. Franklin Joseph, and Mrs. Ottilie Anban Kumar, CEO, Evolve Lives Foundation who helped organize these workshops with Indian Railways, Hubballi for International Women Day 2020. It was my first time speaking in front of 170 female employees from Indian Railways, and I was the youngest among the female participants. Following my introduction speech, Krav Maga Israeli Military Krav Maga Self Defense tactics were received with great enthusiasm.
A tall employee was called up to the stage to hold my hand, simulating a possible crime situation and showcase the difference of size & strength between a young female and a grown adult male. It was expected that the strong man would win this simulation, but within milliseconds I escaped the grab held by this tall adult man. The crowd applauded in amazement & were eager to learn this tactic.
Following that, we instructed the women on a variety of Krav Maga Israeli Military Krav Maga Self Defense techniques. It was an incredibly vibrant atmosphere when the women were learning from each other. In the iTeachiPower.in – Girl Anti-Abuse Psychological Empowerment & Military Krav Maga Self Defense Education Workshop power game, we showcased the strength of a combat science regardless of women’s age, weight, size, strength etc. The evening concluded with a group dance, in which I participated sparingly. Our final action was to do an oath which will help to support and implement iTeachiPower.in ‘Girl Safe Zone.