Feel safer on the streets with these self-defence moves for women
After a St. John's woman reported being assaulted on a downtown street this week, CBC NL's Carolyn Stokes decided to go out and get some tips from a local self-defence instructor.
- St. John's woman warns others after escaping assault on Long's Hill
- Assault on Long's Hill could happen anywhere in St. John's, say women's groups
In the video player above, Renee Sharpe of Wen-Do Women's Self Defence shows some of the ways to get away from someone who wants to cause you harm — even if you are smaller and less strong than the person attacking.
With files from Carolyn Stokes