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The form below gives me the basic info I need to schedule a training with you. Assuming you’re requesting a workshop in the San Francisco Bay Area, I will contact you within two business days to discuss the details.
The majority of my trainings are delivered in the San Francisco Bay Area. If you are interested in bringing a training elsewhere, please contact me to discuss travel arrangements and funding.
My full training rate:
- $150 for a 45-60-minute training
- $250 for a 1.5-2 hour training
- $500 for a 3-4 hour training
- $2000- for an all day training
Fee reductions based on income and financial need are negotiable for those who cannot afford my full fee. Please contact me to discuss fee and payment options.
I do not accept insurance.
I accept cash and checks.
I had the honor of attending Marcella Raimondo’s workshop during the Self Defense Instructors Conference in July of 2011. Her presentation on eating disorders and the relation to self defense brought new awareness to the people who teach self defense. It gave insight and vision to aspects of self worth and protection that often get overlooked. Her passion for her work shows in her deliverance of the material and I was completely moved by how engaged ALL of the participants were. I feel that her workshop was, and is, a great gift.
Zoey Zotigh, Presenter, SDIC 2011
I’ve known Marcella for close to ten years and appreciate her as a dedicated training partner at Hand to Hand as well as a hard-working educator in our community. I’ve had the privilege to participate in Marcella’s insightful presentations on body image and eating disorders, such as anorexia nervosa, which she has recently given at a national martial arts conference and local self-defense workshops for diverse groups of women and girls.
What impresses me about Marcella’s work is not only that she is very knowledgeable, organized, disciplined, and playfully challenging stereotypes, but, most importantly (in my opinion), that she speaks courageously from her own experiences and struggles. Having this integrity, Marcella is a compassionate listener and sensitive to everyone’s unique path. I respect her highly.
Marion Gerlind, Ph.D.
Executive Director, Gerlind Institute for Cultural Studies
(and Co-Tester since Purple Belt)