Subtle Warrior Self Defense, LLC

Personal Defense EDUCATION for Women​

Subtle Strategies - Warrior Tactics

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Subtle Warrior Self Defense training is available anytime at your convenience. Programs include seminars, short term classes and workshops.  Women's schedules are busy and training can be scheduled any time, held anywhere, working around busy schedules. Trainings consist of lectures, skills building, discussions, play and drills. No long-term commitment necessary, although it is very important to consider some form of consistent physical exercise to be your best you. 

Subtle Warrior does have seminars, short term classes and workshops scheduled throughout the year at Loyalty Brazilian Jujitsu. Loyalty is pro-active in Subtle Warrior's endeavor by making their space available. Send a request to be added to our email list to be the first to know of events scheduled.

Subtle Warrior Self Defense is personal defense training created for women by a woman.  Learn how to be your own best guardian. Arrange a seminar for your group!

Contact Lisa Abbott at Subtle_Warrior @

"In every true woman's heart a spark of heavenly fire that lies dormant in the broad daylight of prosperity; which kindles up, beams and blazes in the dark hours of adversity."                                                                                                                                                           ~ washington irving

Training and Resources

You Have An Absolute Right To Defend Yourself!

Personal defense is far more emotional skill than it is a physical skill. The physical is part of several key components in your personal safety. Some of which includes comprehending the perception of threat, grasping personal ethics and social conditioning and facing fear and terror. There is no better time to gain the confidence and learn the self-reliance you deserve. Invest more in yourself and your peace of mind. Learn what to expect and what to do in a threatening or violent situation. 
Yes, you can, and must be pro-active in your own personal defense!