SECURE LIVING ONLINE
American Martial Arts Institute's Sister Organization for
Health, Awareness, and Personal Safety Seminars and Media

Secure Living Online was co-founded by Grandmaster Clifford C. Crandall, Jr. and Chief Instructor Eric Stalloch in 2008. Initially the organization was conceived as a website offering downloadable instructional videos on personal safety and featured many of the techniques taught in both American Eagle Style and the Crandall System's programs. In national press releases, the site was referred to often as the "i-tunes of self-defense" because it was the first website in the world to offer individual instructional techniques available for download to your personal computer or mobile device.

The site quickly drew attention and many organizations wanted more than just the downloadable videos; they wanted seminars. In 2010, the organization formed a board of directors, electing Mr. Stalloch as the first CEO. Board members include Grandmaster Crandall, Master Cheryl Freleigh, and Mrs. Lynn Jessee. In addition, Grandmaster Crandall serves as the organization's Lead Instructor.

Secure Living Online now offers seminars for all ages and focus groups and also trains the staff of many organizations to offer its programs. Among these groups are individuals with visual impairments or blindness, people with reduced mobility including wheelchair, walker, and cane users, and many others. Secure Living Online teaches seminars for children, teenagers, women, seniors, and many more.

In 2011, the organization was featured on MSNBC's TodayShow.Com for one of its Health, Awareness, and Personal Safety Seminars for "Cane-Fu." The organization continues to grow, adding new downloadable personal safety techniques regularly, producing DVDs, and teaching semiars across the country.

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