Self-Protection Training with

Be Ready for Anything, Anytime, Anywhere!


Self-Protection Training with


Be Ready for Anything, Anytime, Anywhere!



Lenord Le Hanie, is an independent coach not only for girls and boys, from Grades 000 to matric, but also to both women and men from all ages underwent his training in this regard as well.

He established his anti-bullying methods since 2003. What makes him unique is the attainment of being a Taekwondo Jidokwan Grandmaster, the only in South Africa. His  leadership, traditions and ethos ensure that his coaching remains relevant in the South African context yet offers both physical and educational tutoring for a 21st century global world.

People come from a diversity of backgrounds and are encouraged to embrace their individuality, to be open, friendly and confident. An impressive number have made their mark in the arts and sciences, in business, politics, the media and sport, both locally and abroad.


Bullying is aggressive behaviour or harassment by an individual or a group, repeated over time, which intentionally hurts another individual or group either physically or emotionally. Bullying can be physical or non-physical in nature.


Physical bullying

Physical bullying includes, but is not limited to, punching, kicking, tripping, pushing, taking and/or the damaging of possessions, threatening someone, extortion and preventing someone from entering or leaving an area or room.

Non-physical bullying

Non-physical bullying includes but is not limited to

  • Provocative behaviour, such as making rude gestures and pulling faces, producing offensive graffiti and the wearing of racist badges or insignia.
  • Verbal bullying, such as name-calling, making fun of another person, being repeatedly critical, prolonged unkind teasing, making threats and making racist, sexist or homophobic comments.
  • Relational bullying, such as spreading rumours and gossiping, the breaking of confidences and the deliberate splitting of a friendship and stealing of a best friend to isolate and hurt a person.
  • Sexual harassment, such as the spread of sexual gossip, making sexual innuendos and jokes and making derogatory comments about someone’s appearance.
  • Cyberbullying, such as the sending of cruel or threatening text, email, or instant messages, posting nasty pictures or messages about others in blogs or on web sites, making unkind comments about another child in text or instant messages, in emails or chat rooms, taking explicit photographs and sending them on to others and “stealing” someone’s identity to spread rumours or lies about another person.


Women need to increase their ability to detect risk in men’s behaviour and their confidence in asserting their rights. They will learn, and become more willing to use, the most effective verbal and physical strategies for defending themselves. Importantly, these changes will be accomplished while substantially decreasing women’s (already relatively low) beliefs in rape myths and woman-blaming.

Study results show that attending women were 46 per cent less likely to experience rape and 63% less likely to experience attempted rape or other forms of sexual assault in the next year.

This program focuses on sexual assault by acquaintances and adds to women’s existing strength, knowledge and skills. It provides space for them to explore their sexual and relationship goals and desires. It reinforces, with knowledge and skills, their rights to seek and engage in sex they do want, to resist sex they don’t want and to fight back against threats to their bodily integrity.

GM Le Hanie is never prescriptive. The goal is to increase women’s options physically and verbally so that they are able to function fully and without fear.


On average, 45 cars are hijacked every day in South Africa.

 How to prevent a hijacking from happening in the first place? Stay aware at all times.

“Most hijackings happen at the house just as you’re arriving, so make sure that you’re not followed home especially when you enter a residential area.”

GM Le Hanie teaches attendees all the key elements of what to do and how to behave during a Hijack situation – that involves infants/children, traffic, type of vehicle you were traveling with etc.


Get in touch with Lenord Le Hanie and be equipped and empowered to always know how to protect yourself.

If you’re interested contact me