Educate and Empower against a Knife Attack
Random assault cases continue to grow in the Greater Vancouver area, especially with weapons. In light of Vancouver’s recent random knife attacks, Infofit is happy to be partnering with Jennifer Bajus to offer this Knife self-defense workshop. Educate and empower yourself and learn self-protection against a knife attack.
The workshop will be 90 minutes and a date for 2023 will be announced soon . The workshop is open to anyone, you do not need to be an Infofit student or a Fitness professional to attend. BCRPA registered Fitness Leaders can obtain 1.5 CECs for attending.
Global News Article regarding the workshop can be found here.
Please do not bring any weapons or knives to class for the safety of participants. We reserve the right to refuse entry into class.
Jennifer Bajus is a Krav Maga Force, UFAF (United Fighting Arts Federation), and FIMA (Federation of Israeli Martial Arts) Black Belt and Personal Safety/Self Defense Instructor. She is also a Krav Maga Force Training Safety Officer (TSO), Krav Maga Force Combat Fitness Instructor, Certified BCRPA Personal Trainer and a TRX Suspension Trainer. Jen continues to practice and improve her skills in Krav Maga, Boxing, and Kickboxing on a regular basis. Her passion and love of martial arts set the path for her to take her skills and apply them in a relevant and meaningful way. She continues to help train and educate people from ages 11-70 years old and is a big advocate in creating awareness for Aprils Sexual Assault Awareness Month by offering community service training. Jen also trains and work with the Women’s Personal Safety Team at The Vancouver Police Department whereby their skill set are congruent with one another. Education and empowerment are priority in every single class and workshop.