September 19, 2019 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Avila Bay Club http://abac.caclubs.com/home · 6699 BAY LAUREL PLACE, AVILA BEACH,CA93424
Come join us for an evening with Lila Reyna and support our local non-profit Central Coast Freedom Network
Presenter: Lila Reyna, The Art of Self Defense: Empowered, Intuitive, Aware Learn more about Lila - https://www.lilareyna.com/bio
Lila Reyna is the creator of Action Awareness Training, a personal defense and self-empowerment program, and the award-winning author of several books, one of which, Street Sense: Smart Self-Defense for Children, landed on the USA Best Books list and won a 2016 Parent’s Choice Award from Parents’ Resource Guide. Her newest title, Living Life for You: In Letting Your Kids Go and Be Grown You Can Rediscover You, was released earlier this year.
Lila first started training in the martial art of Kuk Sool Won™ over 20 years ago, and today holds the rank of 4th Degree Black Belt. She is currently testing for her Masters degree. Lila is also a practitioner of Frequency Energy Medicine™, a unique healing technique that uses specialized skills of intuition and empathy and is comprised of three major aspects: the mind, the body, and the spirit.
Based on the foundational wisdoms and practices of both of these traditions, Lila created Action Awareness Training to help others improve their safety, quality of life, and greater selves. Action Awareness Training workshops and seminars help develop powerful life skills, like the ability to confront limiting habits of behavior and thought in order to attain greater awareness.
Local Non-Profit: Central Coast Freedom Network Learn more here - http://www.centralcoastfreedomnetwork.org/what-we-do
We believe that every person, neighborhood, business, and organization can contribute to ending human trafficking. Education is the first step to equipping our community to make a difference. Over the past few years we have been honored to conduct presentations for service providers, educators, probation officers, medical personnel, advocates, social workers, foster parents, youth groups, parent groups, faith based groups, service groups, and students.
May 22, 2019
6:00 PM-8:00 PM
Avila Bay Club http://abac.caclubs.com/home · 6699 BAY LAUREL PLACE,AVILA BEACH,CA93424
We all gathered for an evening with Chief Deanna Cantrell, City of San Luis Obispo Police Department
Presenter: Chief Deanna Cantrell
It was a night to remember with Chief of Police, Deanna Cantrell, introducing us all to the Aspire Academy for at risk teens in SLO County. The photos capture the essence of the evening. On behalf of the GGG team (missing our sweet Jen!) we want to extend our biggest THANK YOU to all of those who attended our last meeting. Together, we raised $13,150 for Chief Cantrell’s Aspire Academy. This would not have been possible without all of you. Thank you to our many participants and Christina Shea, our gracious photographer, together we are Girls Going Greater and making a difference. It was extremely moving!
Deanna started with the San Luis Obispo Police Department as the new Chief of Police on January 4 th, 2016. The San Luis Obispo Police Department serves a city of 47,000 people on the Central Coast of California and is home to California Polytechnic University. Prior to this appointment, she was with the Mesa, Arizona Police Department for 21 years with her last assignment as the Assistant Chief of the Administrative Services Bureau where she oversaw Fiscal, Supply, Fleet, Police Information Technology, Communications, Records and the Forensics Lab. Deanna served as the Deputy Chief of Special Operations, Patrol Commander, Internal Affairs Lieutenant and Sergeant, Gang and Patrol Lieutenant, and many other positions within the police department including time spent as a Motor officer in Traffic, and several Special Operations positions.
Aspire Academy, Police and Fire 2020. More details and instructions for the opportunity to donate towards this groundbreaking program for San Luis Obispo County will be updated soon.