Sara Ezadyar - Making A Positive Impact After A Setback
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Sara is a mother and a survivor with an incredible story who had recently sided her journey into Brazillian Jiu-Jutsu.
In this episode, Georgia and Sara talk about what led her to learn Jiu-Jutsu and how the idea of building an incredible app that can save many lives especially those victims of domestic abuse. Tune in to another inspiring episode of The Fight Back Podcast!
Georgia and Sarah discuss:
- How she cope up with her experience from an abusive partner
- Why things need to change when it comes to domestic violence
- What government services you can get and take advantage of to help you stand up again
- How Sara found a comfortable place within the martial arts community who continuously support her
Connect With Sara:
Crime Hotline 1800 333 000
Thank you so much to Nari for the beautiful song "Shape Me" heard at the beginning and end of this episode. Nari wrote this song about Shape Your Life, a boxing program for self-identified female survivors of violence in Canada. She wrote this song using the words and experiences shared by participants with Cathy Van Ingen. You can find out more about Shape Your Life in my interview with Cathy in Episode 8. You can hear more of Nari's work by going to her Instagram: @narithesaga