Upcoming Events

Get it together: basic emergency preparedness with Jennie Trower on June 3, 2023 from 12:30-2:30pm $45

Get It Together: Basic Emergency Preparedness

June 3, 2023 | 12:30-2:30pm

From wildfires and tornadoes to historic floods, ice storms and more, emergencies and disasters are in the spotlight. And seeing — and experiencing — those events can cause anxiety and fear.

The antidote? Action.

In this seminar, participants will:

  • Learn context and considerations for emergency preparedness.
  • Receive practical, effective and actionable suggestions, resources and strategies to help plan and prepare for challenging events.
  • Leave with not only knowledge, but the motivation to take action — before the next event happens.

About Jennie Trower

Jennie Trower

Jennie Trower began training in Krav Maga in 2002, became an instructor 10 years later, then went on to start her own self-defense business and co-found another a few years later.

In recent years Jennie took a step back from teaching self-defense and stepped forward into the world of emergency management, finding many parallels between it and self-defense.

Today, she serves as both a disaster action team and government operations liaison with the American Red Cross, responding to home fires, exercising and planning for large-scale disasters, and collaborating with local and regional emergency management entities.

Jennie is also the executive director of the Association of Women Martial Arts Instructors (AWMAI), a 30-year-old global professional organization dedicated to training, supporting and promoting instructors and business owners in the fields of martial arts and self-defense.


Located at Krav Maga ATX, 321 W Ben White Blvd, Suite 204B, Austin, TX 78704



Stop the bleed July 15, 2023 from 12:30pm to 2:30pm Learn the basics of bleeding management and practice basic emergency medicine skills Free Limited Space Available Registration Required

Stop the Bleed

July 15, 2023 | 12:30-2:30pm

Bleeding after traumatic injury is the leading cause of preventable death. The goal of Stop the Bleed training is to empower students to learn and practice basic emergency medicine skills during this increased time of violence and emergencies.

Local paramedics and firefighters will teach students the basics of bleeding management with lecture and hands-on practice.


Located at Krav Maga ATX, 321 W Ben White Blvd, Suite 204B, Austin, TX 78704


Free and open to the public. Limited space available. Registration required.

Many thanks to the Stop the Bleed EMS volunteers for offering this training for free!