DNA organizes Women’s Self Defense Camps at High Street Phoenix

DNA organizes Women’s Self Defense Camps at High Street Phoenix

The air is rife with heinous crime, horrendous torture and bitter contemplation.
DNA in association with High Street Phoenix has taken its stand on the women safety issue through an ‘Enough is Enough’ Campaign. Owing to a positive feedback on the relentless editorial efforts taken by the publication, DNA takes this forward on-ground by organizing a Self Defense Camp at High Street Phoenix on 14th January from 2:30 pm to 5:00 pm.

The camp shall create awareness about the various techniques to women
to counteract various physical attacks in the society. Indian Boxer and
Olympic champion Mary Kom shall be present to share her inspiring
stories and encourage participation from women of all ages.

DNA the only newspaper to do so shall conduct these camps in
association with Super Fight League (SFL). These sessions will be
conducted by Mixed Martial Arts Experts from the Super Fight League
which is Asia’s leading Mixed Martial Arts organization. Founded by Raj
Kundra and Sanjay Dutt in 2012, the experts shall be training women to
empower themselves with basic self defense techniques to defend
themselves in untoward situations.

The registration is free of cost and women need to just send an SMS to
register them. Essel Group employees could send in an SMS or register by
sending an email to [email protected]

About High Street Phoenix:

High Street Phoenix (HSP), is the first retail led consumption centre developed in India over a sprawling 3.3 million square feet. It houses over 500 brands including a variety of F&B, entertainment, commercial and residential complexes. Pioneered by The Phoenix Mills Co. Ltd., HSP is led by its young, dynamic Managing Director, Atul Ruia and his team of professionals. At HSP, each zone has been specifically conceptualized and designed to offer an international experience and as an answer to emerging urban agglomerations typically defined as ‘mixed used
developments’.

The centre houses 3 distinct shopping zones viz. Skyzone, Grand Galleria and High Street Units (HSU).The multi- leveled Skyzone boasts of anchor stores of leading national and international brand retail outlets. The Grand Galleria caters to impulse shoppers and is connected to PVR Cinema’s 2000 seater 7 digital screens multiplex.
The HSU houses a variety of stores which cater to niche lifestyles consisting of artifacts, handicrafts, stylish accessories. Apparel and jewelery stores including a gift store and an optician cum eye wear store. In a nutshell, HSU houses almost everything you can possibly desire to make a truly memorable retail experience.

Popularly known as the heart of HSP, ‘The Courtyard’ – true to its name, presents the perfect platform for celebration and festivities. Completing this picture is an array of eateries that surround it.

With a variety of first-of-its-kind retail stores, flagship stores and international brands under its umbrella, HSP is hard to resist. The centre today stands as testament to mixed used development and is a unique destination with a wide variety of choices to appeal to all segments of the consumer across the board.

HSP has added one of Mumbai’s, first luxury and premium luxury retail and entertainment destination, appropriately christened, ‘Palladium’. Palladium has, in a short span of time become an iconic landmark not only for Mumbai but for the entire country and offers four levels of exclusive shopping in an atmosphere of extraordinary sophistication and refinement all under one elegant roof. In addition, the Palladium will in the later part of this year unveil the luxury and 5 star hotel Shangri – La.

The centre also has an expanded car park area making it one of the biggest car pool areas in Mumbai clocking on average of nearly 6,000 vehicles each day.