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The general martial arts community uses the names Kali, Eskrima and Arnis to refer to the same art.  Originally, the difference in the name implied the region in Philippines from which the art was developed. These three names refer to Filipino Martial Arts where skills in both empty hand and weapons are practiced. Practitioners of these arts are noted for their ability to fight with weapons or empty hands interchangeably. 


‘’Sharpen your warrior skills’’

Drills from the arts of Kali, Eskrima and Arnis develop attributes in the student such as speed, agility, footwork, timing, body mechanics and coordination on both the left and right sides of the body. One of the main goals of training in this system is to give you the ability to pick up everyday objects and use them to your advantage.

Kali / Eskrima

Kali / Eskrima is well known for the use of weapons. The program that we teach includes single/double sticks, dagger, karambit. The curriculum is structured and follows progressions according to your level in order to obtain your grading and certification if wish. 


Fundamentals of Kali (10 hours)


  • Footworks, angles of attack, range principles, stick manipulation.

  • Single stick (flow drills, disarms, light sparring)

  • Double stick (flow drills)

  • Single stick vs empty hands. 


This package of 10 hours sessions will introduce the foundation of the art of Kali / Eskrima.

10 sessions 60 min



Program available in Kali / Eskrima. More information about curriculum and certification on request. 

  • Beginner

  • Intermediate

  • Advanced

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Filipino Boxing 


Filipino Boxing, originally called pangamut or mano-mano is an empty hands version of the arts of Philippines. It’s an extension of the weapons program. It integrates distances of fighting like kicking, punching, trapping. This martial art is not a sport but rather a street-oriented fighting system. The techniques have not been adapted for safety or to conform to a set of rules for sports competition.

Fundamentals of Filipino Boxing 10 hours

  • Footwork, guard, basic boxing skills (both side)

  • Kicking (Sikaran)

  • Principles (limb destruction, elbow cover, entries)

  • Trapping drills 

This package of 10 hours sessions will introduce the foundations of Filipino Boxing.


10 sessions 60 min




Program available in Filipino Boxing.

More information about curriculum and certification on request. 

  • Beginner

  • Intermediate

  • Advanced


Our school takes its roots from Pekiti Tirsia Tactical Association and Kali Majapahit which are internationally recognized systems. We do our best to deliver the program as it has been taught to us.

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Usually called Wing Chun, as well as Ving Tsun, is a concept-based traditional Southern Chinese Kung fu style. Wing Chun is said to be created by a woman named Ng Mui. She aimed at designing a more effective fighting method which did not rely on brute strength to be effective. Wing Chun differed greatly from other Kung Fu styles of the time in its theory, the structure of its movements and means of generating force. It was not based on imitation (such as directly copying animal movements), but on natural, scientific laws, eliminating unnecessary movements to overcome and generate force in the most efficient way.

Grandmaster Yip Man is credited with having rescued Wing Chun from having been wiped out in the Chinese Cultural Revolution by migrating to Hong Kong in 1948 and introducing the style to the general public. Renowned as a teacher and an invincible fighter, he is considered to have refined and further perfected the system. He taught his art to the following generation to ensure his legacy like the late grandmaster Chu Shong Tin, Wong Shun Leung and Bruce Lee.


Wing Chun system has a logical and comprehensive set of principles, which he defined as simplicity, directness, practicality, economy of movement and minimum use of brute strength. Through the practice you will learn Wing Chun's core concepts such as the centreline theory, stance, guard, punches and more. Wing Chun is well known for its efficiency at close-range combat and redirecting the opponent's force.


Fundamental of Wing Chun 

We created this program for those who wish to know what Wing Chun

is about and learn a solid foundation. This is what you are going to practice:

  • Sui Nim Tau (First Form) ‘’Young Idea’’

  • Concepts and Principles of Wing Chun

  • Footwork and Punches

  • Chi Sau (Single/Double Sticking Hands) 

  • Light sparring


Exercises will be adapted to the level of the student.

10 sessions of 75min

6.500.000 jt IDR


Others components available of Wing Chun system on request:

  • Sui Nim Tau and application

  • Chi Sau drills (single/double hands)

  • Chum Kui and application (second form) ‘’finding the bridge’’

  • Bui Ji and application (third form) ‘’pointing fingers’’

  • Wooden dummy from (Muk Yan Jong)

  • Long Pole 6.5 form (Luk Dim Boon Gwan) 

  • Butterfly knives form (Baat Jaam Do)

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