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Runner Self Defense in Bel Air

  • Charm City Run Bel Air 126 South Main Street Bel Air, MD, 21014 United States (map)

Join Ron Zwolak, certified black belt instructor and former professional fighter, and Court Feldheim, amateur boxer and personal trainer, at Charm City Run Bel Air for a workshop focusing on the basic principles of self-defense. Topics will include:

  • Awareness
  • Key Striking & Target Areas
  • Preparation
  • Escape & Avoidance Techniques
  • Anxiety Control
  • Diffusing Aggressive Situations

Cost: $20

Questions? Email Courtney at


To register for this workshop, please RSVP below to reserve your space and ensure you receive any relevant event information via email. Cash or check payment for the $20 workship cost will be accepted the day of the event. Checks should be made out to Courtney Feldheim.

About the Instructors

Ron Zwolak

Ron Zwolak grew up in the DC area but has lived and trained all over the United States.  Ron began studying martial arts, boxing and kickboxing when he was 4 years old.  He holds a 3rd degree black belt in Tae Kwan Do, a black belt in Arnis (Filipino stick fighting) and a black belt in Harmonic Combative Martial Arts.  He fought as an amateur boxer and as a professional kickboxer.  Ron is currently a personal trainer at Merritt Athletic Club.  In 2014, he was voted in the Top Five "Trainers Of the Year" by the Baltimore Sun.  Ron has been teaching Women's Self-Defense and Danger Avoidance Training for over ten years and currently teaches courses at various universities, high schools, offices buildings, apartment complexes and gyms all around Baltimore.


Courtney Feldheim

A former 6th grade math teacher, Court found Ron and boxing in 2009 and has been boxing ever since.  She has been competing as an amateur boxer since 2012 and fought Golden Gloves in 2013.  Boxing quickly became her passion and she quit teaching to become a full-time trainer, coach, fitness nutrition coach and self defense instructor. After taking a break from competitive fighting to have her son, Court plans to be back in the ring within the next few months. Coached by Ron, she has her sights set on turning professional.