CPR / Self-Defense / Martial Arts (Karate and Filipino Martial Arts)
We offer American Heart Association Heartsaver Adult/Child/Infant CPR/AED certification for DePaul students, faculty, and staff ($13.50) and the community ($45). Register at the Membership Services desk, online, or through The Ray at DePaul app.
Winter Quarter Class:
Thursday, March 2; 5:30-9:30 pm
Check back mid-March for spring classes.
Provided by IMPACT Chicago
Classes provide safety skill instruction
including awareness, basic verbal techniques and elementary physical
responses to unwanted verbal or physical confrontation. Instruction is
focused and designed for female participation. Additional classes may be
set up for male participants and Student organizations .
spring quarter classes!
Provided by Impact Dojo
Members $95, non-members $125
Youth ages 6-13
Friday, 6:15-7:15 pm and Saturday 11 am - noon
Classes are high energy and full of fun and excitement. Students
learn principles, history, and philosophy of Karate. Classes include
physical activity and an education component.
In the class you will learn:
- Stranger danger
- Bullying prevention
- Principals of Karate (respect, discipline, confidence, good character)
- Understand physical and non-physical threats
- Understand the importance of healthy living
- Goal setting and the pursuit of achieving goals
- Abduction prevention
- Emergency situation response and action
Filipino Martial Arts
Provided by Tandang Garimot
Members $95/month, non-members $125/month
Tuesdays and Thursdays 8:30 - 10 pm
Filipino Martial Arts is known for stick fighting and also includes training on empty handed fighting, boxing, grappling, and healing (Hilot). FMA relies on speed and proper body mechanics, rather than strength and size. This system is perfect for those looking for self-defense and fitness while learning a new skill. Contact us to try out a class!