Wen-Do Classes Winnipeg

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Wen-Do Classes Winnipeg

Time: October 25, 2015 to November 24, 2015
Location: Various locations, see description
Street: Various locations, see description
City/Town: Winnipeg, Manitoba
Website or Map: http://www.wen-dowinnipeg.org/
Event Type: women's, self-defense
Organized By: Wen-Do
Latest Activity: Oct 25, 2015

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Event Description

Intermediate Wen-Do Courses:
Mondays, 7-9 PM Ongoing - Based on attendance. Please call or E-Mail before attending to ensure class is proceeding as scheduled.

For anyone who has completed a Basic Wen-Do Course (Listed Below)
Drop-in basis - $5 per class
Child Care available with user fee

Located in the Mini Gym at Crossways in Common - Young United Church 222 Furby St. (Corner of Broadway and Furby), Winnipeg.

For Registration information for all Basic Wen-Do courses, please see "How to Sign Up"

Basic Wen-Do Courses:
Basic Wen-Do Courses are 12 hours of class time. These can be done over two 6 hour days, three 4 hour classes, or six 2 hour classes.

All classes listed below are 2 hour classes, unless otherwise noted.

Please see above for information on Intermediate Classes.

Oct. 20 - Nov. 24th 2015 7PM to 9 PM
Sponsored by the University of Manitoba Womyn's Centre
Please Contact Them for more information - link below.

Oct.8 – Nov 12, 2015 7 PM to 9 PM.
Shamrock school
831 Beaverhill Blvd
Sponsored by the Louis Riel School Division
Please contact them to register. (See link below)

Fridays, 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM Ongoing
Sponsored by Taking Charge.


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Comment by ROSE on October 25, 2015 at 10:30am

About WEN-DO

WEN-DO began in the late '60's-Early '70's after something happened to Kitty Genovese. She was a Woman who lived in New York City. One day, as she was walking home, she was assaulted. She fought her attacker and got away. He came back and assaulted her again. Three times she fought her attacker and got away. Eventually, she made it into the lobby of her apartment building, where she died of her injuries.
This made the news, and was seen by the Paige Family of Toronto. They thought that maybe, just maybe, if she had known a little bit of Self-Defence, she could have gotten out of the situation with her life.
The Paige Family were all Black Belts in various different Martial Arts. Deciding to combine their knowledge, they created a system of self-defence to be taught by women to women of any age and physical ability level.

When they offered their first course, over 1500 women signed up! They taught 200 in that first class, and then 200 more. Eventually, WEN-DO spread out from Toronto, across Canada, the United States, and there are even some places in Europe that offer it.

Please read more: http://www.wen-dowinnipeg.org/about.html

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