Elite Martial Arts offers free self-defense class on Courthouse Square in Scranton on Aug. 10
From a press release:
Master Rick Harsche, owner and instructor of Elite Martial Arts/Royals Karate, will host a free community self-defense class on Wednesday, Aug. 10 on Courthouse Square in downtown Scranton. The program will be held weather permitting.
The session is open to men and women of all ages, and no prior training in martial arts or self-defense is required. Registration opens at 6:30 p.m., followed by the session at 7 p.m.
Prior to the community program, Elite Martial Arts/Royals Karate students will participate in a martial arts class on the Square at 5:30 p.m. The community is welcome to observe this special outdoor class.
With locations in Hawley, Honesdale, and the newly-opened studio in Scranton, Elite Martial Arts/Royals Karate is a certified member of the World Tang Soo Do Association. Under the direction of Master Harsche and his team of professionals, students may advance to the level of Black Belt or Master.
Master Harsche is the head instructor at Elite Martial Arts/Royals Karate. He is a World Tang Soo Do Association internationally certified 5th Degree Master Instructor and a certified international tournament judge. Master Harsche has been in training for nearly 30 years.
For more information, contact instructor Jodi Cerminaro at 570-840-8401 or email@example.com.