Anti-Bully / Self Defense

Anti-Bully Program


Bullies often target other kids because they have a low self-esteem. 

Bullying is not only physical, it can be mental, emotional, and believe it or not digital.  Amerikick prepares kids by developing CONFIDENCE and providing KNOWLEDGE to help them handle these awful situations.  We let our students, your kids, know that they are awesome in their own right and nothing a bully says or does takes that away.  Through repetition, guided practice, and a culture that breeds CONFIDENCE and LEADERSHIP, our students learn how to avoid certain situations, and if necessary defend themselves in a BIG WAY!  Bullying doesn't have to be a part of growing up.  There are so many more important things for kids to focus on; family, learning, growing, and yes EARNING THEIR BLACK BELT.  As parents you love your children, let's take the initiative and work to put BULLIES IN THEIR PLACE!  We are excited to serve, and pleased to be able to provide a safe place for kids to become THE BEST VERSION OF THEMSELVES!

Stranger Danger Program


Amerikick offers a variety of programs ages 3 and up. We are experienced in teaching people awareness and how to effectively protect them self in a negative situation. One of our programs is “Stranger Danger”. This is a fun forty-five minute class. We do as a Free, community service. In this fun interactive class, we go over what to do when approached by a stranger. How to get the attention of others in a manner that will bring attention to them. Our program also includes a list of, “Tips to remember when out”. 

Women's Self Defense


Amerikick Andorra's Women's Self Defense Program  covers critical thinking about self-defense strategies, assertiveness, powerful communication  skills, and easy-to-remember physical techniques. Our trained instructors respect and respond to your fears and concerns. Instruction is based on a belief that women can act competently, decisively, and take action  for their own protection. We offers tools for enabling a woman to connect with her own strength and power. Taking a self-defense class is one of the  most positive acts a woman can do for herself! 

Amerikick Andorra Women's Self Defense Cirriculum follows the National Coalition Against Sexual Assault (NCASA) Guidelines on Choosing a Women's Self-Defense Course which include:

Women do not ask for, cause, invite, or deserve to be assaulted. Women  and men sometimes exercise poor judgement about safety behavior, but  that does not make them responsible for the attack. Attackers are  responsible for their attacks and their use of violence to overpower,  control, and abuse another human being.

Whatever a woman's decision in a given self-defense situation, whatever  action she does or does not take, she is not at fault. A woman's  decision to survive the best way she can must be respected. Self-defense  classes should not be used as judgement against a victim/survivor.

Good self-defense programs do not "tell" an individual what she "should"  or "should not" do. A program should offer options, techniques, and a  way of analyzing situations. A program may point out what USUALLY works  best in MOST situations, but each situation is unique and the final  decision rests with the person actually confronted by the situation.