Outlet Collection Seattle’s Fitness Quest Holds Self-Defense Class | A&E
Support Domestic Violence Awareness Month by participating in the Outlet Collection Seattle self-defense training provided by Fitness Quest.
The free class, led by striking coach Lalaine Castro, takes place at Court D, outside Nike and Ulta Beauty, on Saturday, October 30 at 11 a.m.
Castro, a Muay Thai fighter and mother of two, will demonstrate self-defense and other disciplines offered at the gym, including kickboxing, boxing, judo, Jiu-Jitsu and wrestling.
The intention is to teach everyone’s fundamentals while ensuring that community members have the ability to protect themselves in real life situations.
“Fitness Quest and Fitness Quest MMA have been added to Women’s Self Defense to support women who have been abused and abused,” said Tommy Yu, club manager, Auburn. “During National Domestic Violence Awareness Month, we want to support and help women protect themselves.
Fitness Quest operates two gyms, one in Puyallup and the other inside the Outlet Collection. it also recently opened its third gym on Saturday, located at 2310 Mildred St W, # 100A, in Tacoma.
The premiere of Fitness Quest for Women begins with a haunted open house from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m.
A number of activities are planned, including hourly classes, costume prizes, fitness competitions, raffles, a juice bar and snacks, to name a few.
Join the Outlet Collection Seattle and Fitness Quest partnership to raise awareness about domestic violence.
“We’re both passionate about making the voices of our community heard,” says Christian Faltenberger, Managing Director, Outlet Collection Seattle. “These types of events allow us to provide a resource, not only for our clients, but also for anyone locally who can benefit from what is being taught.”