The art foot fighting. Long ago…SIKARAN is a Filipino Martial Art that focuses on kicking techniques. Sikaran can be traced back to the 1500′s where Filipino farmers would gather after working and practice fighting in their fields. The farmers who gathered in fields after work would use their strong legs and kicking skills to drive out there opponent from a designated area, known as a ‘pitak’, that was about 25 feet in diameter. The word ‘Pitak’ translates into Rice Field. Today, Sikaran is practiced all over the world, including the Philipines, Canada, Australia, United States and Europe.




Tadyakamao also known as Mano-Mano Boksing, the empty hand of Disiplinados Kali, is deeply rooted in ancient Philippines practices of self-defense and training in times of war. With a strong emphasis on infighting using the strongest bones of the human body, closed fists, open hand, forearms, elbows, knees, heel and shins it makes Tadyakamao an effective system where offence is emphasized even during defensive motions. unique withTadyakamao it has a fluid weaving motion that conserves energy, as well as the very efficient styles of striking techniques called suntokalasag where blocking and punching are the same shape and same posture, using incorporated from Kali the art of blade stick and knife. It has been nicknamed Boksing tigre (Tiger boxing) due to its movement and stances that resembes the careful and silent motions of a tiger stalking his prey.

Suitable for all ages, authentic Tadyakamao, develops your agility, strength, posture and flexibility. It improves your confidence and provides you powerful new skills. Start a new journey of discovery today.

Click here to read Mr Keith Kingsburys short story of his families experience at the last Tadyakamao Seminar in the Philippines. The next trip will be on December 29,2017 and we would love to have you join us .



Mano Mano

The term ‘Mano-Mano’ simply means empty hands, but for some, it is also a household name for hand to hand self defense. Covering all the possibilities.Mano-Mano is a well rounded system of self defense that practices boxing, kicking, grappling, ground fighting and weapon awareness. It is a combination of different styles of Filipino Martial Arts including Sikaran (foot fighting), Boksing (filipino boxing), and Dumog (self defense grappling). Organization.Mano-mano started as a family system of self defense that had been passed on from generation to generation to its family members. Today Mano-mano is being practiced all over the world and gaining the respect for its practicality and effectiveness.



Arnis / Kali / Eskrima

The art of stick fighting. Kali, Arnis, Eskrima has gained in popularity as a very practical system of self defines. Long ago…Arnis was originally the martial art that practice bladed weapons. The blade has evolved into the use of rattan stick called a yantok. The program consists of stickfighting, knife and stick, double stick, knife self defense, empty hand combat, wrist lock takedowns and sport Arnis. Arnis is a fun and exciting competition sport for those who want to test their skills against experienced Arnisadors (stick fighters, practicioners of Arnis).


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