Women’s Self Defense: Mshindi Vita Saana—PASCEP 0209
3 Weeks Mondays, 7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. October 1, October 8, October 15
Mshindi Vita Saana is an African System of Self-Defense. The MVS women’s workshops use rhythm, strategy, coordination, and agility to highlight traditional and contemporary movements. At its core, Mshindi Vita Saana reflects the graceful polyrhythms found in African dance and music. Participants will learn through lecture, hands on illustrations and participation. This informative workshop provides a realistic approach to safety and defense that is appropriate for women of all ages regardless of physical condition. Workout sweats suggested attire.
Instructor: Mr. Obadiah Mshindi is CEO of MPACA, Inc. He achieved his expert status of black belt level at the age of 11, and was born into the Mshindi Vita Saana martial art form. Mr. Mshindi is a graduate of Philadelphia University. He is active in the Pan African cultural community. He still vehemently enjoys
instructing students, and still occasionally judges and competes at martial arts tournaments winning Grand Champion honors.