Wing Chun Kung Fu training
Wing Chun Kung Fu is a Chinese martial art known for its effectiveness as a system of self defence. Wing Chun is one of the last traditonal Kung Fu training systems in the world today. The study of Wing Chun revolves around the centre line theory and the straight line theory, emphasizing the principles of efficiency (save time, save energy, save motion).
Martial Arts for Kids (Postponed)
Children who get involved in martial arts reap many benefits in several areas of life. Martial Arts Programs for kids offered at the CMAA include Brazilian jiu jitsu and Sanda/Kickboxing. At the CMAA your children will be coached by certified experienced professional coaches who’s priority is to see your child develop in the following categories.
– Self Defense
– Self Discipline
– Self Confidence
Start your child off right by enrolling them at the CMAA.
Brazilian Jiu Jitsu
Brazilian Jui-Jitsu is a martial arts and combat sport system that focuses on grappling (ground fighting). Brazilian Jui-Jitsu was created from the Kodokan Judo ground fighting (newaza) and wrestling. Brazilian Jiu jitsu principle is that a smaller, weaker person can successfully defend themselves against a bigger, stronger assailant by using leverage and proper technique. Brazilian Jiu jitsu can be trained for self-defense or sport competition such as grappling tournaments or Mixed Martial Arts competitions.
Sanda is a hand to hand combative sport that adapts various components of the Chinese martial arts. Sanda also known as “Sanshou” entails at the HIGHEST level, full contact punching, kicking, and throwing competition between two athletes. Sanda/Kickboxing mandates good physical conditioning making Sanda/Kickboxing classes a great way to fulfill anyone’s fitness goals.
Since Sanda/Kickboxing uses throws and takedowns it combines well with Brazilian Jiu Jitsu as a perfect way to introduce Mixed martial arts (MMA) a full-contact combat sport that allows both striking and grappling.
By training in the programs offered at CMAA athletes can prepare and enjoy competition in many of the mainstream Combative Sports.
Pekiti Tirsia Kali
Pekiti Tirsia Kali can be traced back to the 9th century Sri Visayan Empire of South East Asia. One of the accepted historical versions has it that 12 Datus of Borneo brought kali to the Maharlikas (Southern Philipines). Kali is a weapon based training method and uses long and short rattan cane to replace the swords, knives, and spears in basic training. There are 12 categories of weaponry in Kali from single and double sword to projectile weapons, healing arts, as well as empty hand techniques.