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Inspiring 1 Million people to End Bullying

Inspiring 1 Million people to End Bullying in their Community

Bays Martial Art Academy in conjunction with Global Martial Art ‘Hyper Bully Defense’ is working hard to take action on Bullying.

“We are the first Martial Art School in New Zealand to join this global challenge and are working with leading martial art schools from the USA, Canada, UK, South Africa and Australia in helping kids, youth and teens stand up to bullies.” Says Martial Art School Owner and Head Instructor Caroline Hazelden.

As well as running age specific Bully Defense workshops later this month which you can register for at www.eventfinder.co.nz (search stop bullies), parents can simply visit www.hyperbullydefense.com and receive a free stop bullies information kit loaded with valuable tools and tips.

For parents who want their child or teen to step it up, there is a 12 week once weekly hands on Bully Defense martial art class.

The Hyper Bully Defense Programme is designed to inspire a community of youth, teens and families who are educated, empathetic and motivated to end bullying in their lives.

They will learn the three ways to stop bullying including power phrases and respect to protect options.

They are a team who stand up for themselves, their family and what they believe in.

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