Sadly, predators strike any time, anywhere.
Staying safe starts with having the proper mindset and a plan to successfully defend yourself against attack.
Oftentimes, we feel safe if we carry pepper spray or a concealed weapon. However, most people only have empty hands when they’re suddenly attacked. This makes empty-handed fighting techniques essential to your safety.
Secure Solution LLC offers self-defense classes for women, young adults, and children that will leave you feeling much better prepared to avoid and deter life-threatening situations.
“Every woman needs to take this training. I can't believe I waited so long. Fortune has been on my side, and now I feel better prepared should I find myself in an unfortunate situation.”
– Shannon V., May 11, 2017
One in four women will be a victim of sexual assault. Don’t become a statistic!
Classes are designed to increase your awareness, help you avoid dangerous situations, and empower you with escape and striking techniques that really work! These techniques are so powerful that, when implemented, they’re considered deadly force.
Whether you need a one-hour employee training seminar, or a three-hour private session with just a few friends, Secure Solution LLC offers hands-on self-defense training that will leave you feeling more confident and empowered to handle dangerous situations.
Classes can be hosted in homes, churches, small businesses, and other venues. Henry Reyna is passionate about helping women protect themselves and is happy to work with you to develop the right program for your needs.
Fee: $75 per person; minimum of 4 adults
Each session is tailored to the unique needs of the group. Women will learn:
All techniques are taught in slow, step-by-step progression. Wear clothing that allows you to kick and swing your arms, but know that this is NOT a workout class designed to make you sweat.
Contact Henry Reyna to arrange a private class or to discuss other options.
Keeping our kids safe starts with children learning stranger danger and understanding the elements of personal safety from a young age. Even as our children grow more independent, we must continue to supervise them closely and give them the tools they need to respond to dangerous situations. Stranger Danger programs teach age-appropriate safety tips and self-defense techniques for your children.
Popular with scouting organizations, schools, and small groups of neighbors and friends, Stranger Danger programs are customizable for ages 4 – 12.
In this 45-minute to 1-hour program, children will learn:
- What is a stranger
- Who to talk to when something bad happens
- Where are the private parts of your body
- Using your voice to say no
- Tricks that tricky people use
- Simple escape techniques (wrist escapes, places to kick, etc.)
Fee: $75 per child, $50 for each additional sibling; minimum of 4 children.
Currently there are no Stranger Danger classes open to the public.
Contact Henry Reyna to develop a Stranger Danger program for your children or organization.
As kids get older and seek more independence, it’s important for them to understand and appreciate the dangers—seen and unseen—facing them in the world. Staying Safe programs teach safety tips and empowering self-defense techniques that will last their entire lives.
Popular with schools, colleges, youth groups, and small groups of neighbors and friends, Staying Safe programs are customizable for ages 12 – 21.
In this 45-minute to 1-hour program, teen and young adults will learn:
- Respect for the dangers they face outside the home
- How to avoid dangerous situations
- Simple escape and defensive empty-hand techniques
- The value and dangers of computers, mobile technology, and social media
Fee: $75 per student; minimum of 4 students.
Currently there are no Staying Safe classes open to the public.
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Contact Henry Reyna to develop a Staying Safe program for your teens or young adults.
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In this video, Henry Reyna poses as a robber confronting a young woman as she arrives home. She fights back by taking the gun away and kicking Reyna in the side of the leg—striking a pressure point that, in a real scenario using full strength, could knock out the perpetrator.