Posts made in April, 2010

Story by Monica S. Herrera In a world that glorifies the multi-tasking, technically savvy, super-chic Everywoman, it is not uncommon to see women juggling a variety of tasks all at once. Whether walking through the parking lot, unloading the groceries, or jogging the neighborhood, women are often so distracted (be it the cell phone, the […]

WOAI covers our upcoming seminar

Posted on on Apr 8, 2010

WOAI’s Delaine Mathieu has filed a fantastic story about this Saturday’s upcoming seminar. Thanks,...

Member Herb Abrams burns off 71 pounds

Posted on on Apr 8, 2010

“In September I hit my all time high of weight gain when I got on the scale to find out I was 306 lbs. I finally decided that I needed to do something about my weight and change my life. I committed myself to changing the way I eat and tracking my calories and working out three times a week in the fitness classes. The first month was difficult. I had a hard time with classes and had to modify many of the exercises but I always showed up and pushed through the tough workouts. I was sore for weeks and craved all the foods I had cut out of my diet but I kept showing up and working out....

Combating Sexual Assault with Krav Maga

Posted on on Apr 2, 2010

Story by Monica S. Herrera In a world that glorifies the multi-tasking, technically savvy, super-chic Everywoman, it is not uncommon to see women juggling a variety of tasks all at once. Whether walking through the parking lot, unloading the groceries, or jogging the neighborhood, women are often so distracted (be it the cell phone, the iPod, or thinking about that long to-do list) that they often neglect their own personal safety. These kinds of distractions and a lack of situational awareness can leave a woman vulnerable to a sexual assault. April is National Sexual Assault Awareness Month,...