Pekiti Tirsia Kali

  As Seen in “The Bourne Identity” series and “The Book of Eli”. This combative art is used by elite military units & law enforcement all over the world. Pekiti Tirsia Kali or PTK is by far, one of the most effective, reality based combative systems ever created. PTK is a blade based system developed over 120 years ago. This art continues to prove its effectiveness every day on the battlefield. Emphasis in PTK is on close-quarter, multiple attacker scenarios. Training in this art creates a tactically adept, effective fighter in a very short amount of time. Classes vary from empty hand techniques to karambit, double knife/stick, firearms deployment & tomahawks. All students will learn blade methodology day 1!

Muay Thai Kickboxing

   Muay Thai or “Thai Boxing” is the national sport of Thailand. It is commonly referred to as the “Art of 8 Limbs” due to its use of kicks, fists, elbows & knees. Muay Thai is notorious for producing some of the world’s strongest, most powerful & dangerous fighters. Muay Thai is also one of the best overall workouts a person can do to get in shape. During just one hour of training, a person can burn an average of 700 calories. Muay Thai is one of the best ways to develop a powerful physique, all the while learning a proven combative art which is as effective on the street as it is in the ring!

The Inayan System of Escrima is an effective system of combat developed by the late Mike Inay. Training in Inayan Escrima develops a complete fighter by teaching the fundamentals of distance, timing, sensitivity, and coordination of the entire body via the use of various bladed & impact weapons. Inayan Escrima gives the practitioner a solid foundation when it comes to dealing with blade based combat!

Jun Fan was developed by the late great Bruce Lee. This art incorporates techniques from roughly 27 different martial arts, this is truly the original mixed martial art! Emphasis in Jun Fan is on the development of the student’ attributes or natural skill set and attempts to allow the student the freedom to find their own “Tao” or way in regards to approaching combat (and ultimately life). Students will be introduced to the various ranges of combat and given the techniques which will allow them to seamlessly move through these ranges and allow them to effectively deal with the situation at hand.