As parents, we can help our children become winners. The Danger Stranger program brings self-confidence, discipline and positive self-image. Keiki learn to to recognize, anticipate and avoid situations with dangerous strangers and bullies at school.
Your child will earn movements designed to enhance body tone and provide safe self-defense. They will improve their speed, precision, strength and agility.
The program will conclude with a simulated exercise to give your child the confidence to know they can now respond effectively to threatening strangers or bullies. And they will earn a medal!
Many teachers, parents, and members of the police department recommend the Danger Stranger program for youngsters to achieve greater social, physical, mental and emotional well-being.
Marie has a third degree black belt in Karate. She has led this program in other locations to great success. Marie is fiercely committed to protecting anyone who feels threatened, and to teaching them how to make their own way through scary situations.
Still & Moving Center has been a life changing, loving, caring place where Marie has attended Nia and Hula classes for over 4 years, earning a Nia White belt in the process. Kumu Malia and Renee Tillotson have always been her sources of inspiration.