Mounted Self Defense
The course happens in two parts. The first is a PowerPoint presentation about the practical application on how NOT to need the self defense techniques outlined in the second part of the class. It shows individuals how to use common sense to avoid close contact with a possible attacker.
The second part can be either a demonstration of how defend yourself or, an actual “hands on” practical class using you and your horse techniques on how to defend against an attacker.
By the way, if you are unable to schedule a class you should visit Scot Hansen’s website www.horsethink.com. Scot has an EXCELLENT DVD on self defense and is well worth the few dollars spent!
PS: Scot, I hope you don’t mind me advertising you and your DVD!