We've all seen the news. In an increasingly dangerous world, it's important that you know how to defend yourself. Realtor's in particular often put themselves into situations that could be potentially dangerous when they enter empty homes with people that they do not know well. The Sheng Chi Training Center is now proud to offer safety training seminars for realtors. These courses are designed to give realtors the tools and mindset they need to be able to defend themselves if they find themselves in a threatening situation.
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Kevin Carley's blog
I've been learning Shou Shu since May 2013. Not a huge amount of time, but I'm nearly at a full orange belt. What I initially might have thought would be a cool looking martial art (like they do in the movies!) has actually taught me a lot more than I thought it would. In the past I have been diagnosed with aspergers, now more commonly referred to as spectrum autism disorder. I've always been shy and a bit socially awkward. I don't remember exactly what I wanted out of Shou Shu at the time when I first walked into the Sheng Chi Center, though it wasn't long after I had started getting more physical with exercise and running. I thought learning martial arts might improve my strength and balance. Who knew that it could improve my mental balance as well?