• Amber Le

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  • Every year, there are 237,868 victims of sexual assault in the US which equals 1 sexual assault every 2 minutes

  • 1 out of 6 women in the US have been or will be victims of sexual assault in their lifetime

  • Girls between the ages of 16 and 19 are 4 times more likely than the general population to be victims of rape or sexual assault

  • Domestic violence is estimated to affect 10 million people every year in the United States alone

  • 1 in 3 women experience domestic violence

  • 137 women were killed every day due to domestic abuse

  • 87,000 women were killed worldwide (2017) and 58% were victims of domestic violence

  • Approximately 30,000 women were killed by an intimate partner and another 20,000 by a relative (breakdown of the above stat)

  • Approximately 1.5 million intimate partner female rapes and physical assaults are perpetrated annually

  • 1 in 5 women have experienced rape or attempted rape at some point in their lives

  • Domestic violence affects approximately 325K pregnant women each year

We all are aware of different and difficult scenarios. With these current dangerous circumstances, we must protect ourselves, defend ourselves and our loved ones. Self-defense styles such as boxing and jiu jitsu are considered to be great, effective and practical ways of self-defense in the present day scenario. Jiu Jitsu is a martial art that even law enforcement officers use. It is all about taking control of resisting opponents in ways that will force them to submit. Women will be able to overcome opponents of greater size and strength using leverage control, grips and positions, etc. Throughout the program, participants will gain a deeper understanding regarding limits of the human body, providing knowledge that can be used to subdue and control an opponent.

As a self-defense system, it relies on simple, instinctive body movements rather than rigid techniques requiring years of training. It is easy to learn and retain, can be performed naturally and intuitively and as a result, men and women are currently moving in to use the self-defense techniques effectively.


  • Before my brand became The Beast Within, it was Pain Into Power when it first started 2 years ago. I left my abusive relationship for over 7 years now and fitness was a huge factor in what got my mind right. Physical activity means you are constantly working on yourself with health and wellness tied in. Many domestic violence survivors suffer from PTSD and often, I would be looking over my shoulder wondering what would happen if I ran into the man who abused me. What if he tried to hurt me? What would I do if I found myself in a similar situation? Will other men try to harm me? How do I take my power back? I was living in fear, I always felt like I was in danger and someone wanted to hurt me but ever since learning a few tactics and getting used to the motions after several classes, I am more confident now and I really do feel safer because I know I have a better chance at protecting myself which is so important and does wonders for a woman’s mindset. We have a better chance at surviving.

  • Immediate concerns: many women do not know how to properly defend themselves in the event that they are attacked

  • Immediate goal: beyond the obvious advantage involved in knowing basic physical defense, women become more confident in their abilities and considerably more empowered.


Based upon learning and development in the branch of self-defense for a little over 2 years, it has truly endowed me with the responsibility to indulge into further research and development in this field. I thrive to share as much knowledge regarding self defense to women nationwide via in person training and online camps with the help of various trainers.


  • Women have to confront or battle threats which have unique characteristics

  • Women have a different physique from men and are inferior in terms of strength Culturally, men and women are still treated differently, which breed a certain mentality in both of them.

  • Self defense encapsulates all these differences and places special importance in dissolving the mental disparities.

  • Women have 2 main threats: Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment.

  • How to prevent, avoid, escape, and evade situations of conflict

  • Learning how to fall and roll to reduce injury through impact on ground

  • Attacking and counter-attacking skills, using the hands, legs, feet, arms and head

  • Learning how to defend ourselves on the ground

For more information please email - amberle@thebeastwithin.co