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Kickboxers Teach future Lawyers to stay Safe
Indianapolis, In Saturday, November 14th Ray Sarkine the Chief Instructor of the Indianapolis Martial Arts Club led a women’s only self-defense seminar today for the IUPUI Feminist Law Society and Women’s Caucus.
Ray Sarkine the Chief Instructor of the Indianapolis Martial Arts Club led a women’s only self-defense seminar today for the IUPUI Feminist Law Society and Women’s Caucus. Ray was assisted by several of his students, 3 of which were World Champion Muay Thai Fighters. 2 of these World Champions were Women. The seminar consisted of a lecture on proper mental strategies, tactics and awareness and then followed up by 2 hours of hard-hitting self-defense techniques designed to give these future attorneys life saving fighting skills.
“I learned to be assertive and not be afraid to be aggressive”
And another participant stated that
“I learned that I can defend myself if someone comes at me. I learned tools on how to protect myself.”
The low cost seminar was taught in the Indianapolis Martial Arts Club facility, a famous Muay Thai training club on Indianapolis’
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Our Chief instructor (Kru), Ray Sarkine started training in Martial Arts in 1970. He has been continually studying ever since! Our original school was founded in 1984 by Ray, and although the Club has suffered thru various growing pains and struggled to evolve Ray never gave up and is proud to of been in continual operation ever since! We know of no other Kickboxing school in the United States that has that amount of continued experience! Kru Ray has proudly been coaching for over 25 years! This unique approach enables Kru Ray's students to get fast results and more enjoyment out of their training. Along with these modern changes and improvements, Kru Ray continues to implement the time-honored techniques of centuries past. This combination of innovation, history, and experience ensures his students continued success.