FILIPINO MARTIAL ARTS (FMA), aka Arnis, Eskrima and Kali, is a Warrior Art indigenous to the Philippines with over 1500 years of history. FMA is not a populaized mixed martial arts or sports program. It is a weapons based and stand-alone fighting system that focuses on self-preservation and survival. Well known for its "Stick-fighting" and "Edged Weapons" training and effective methods, our FMA training curriculum includes the empty hands (mano a mano, panantukan, boksing) and controlling/manipulation techniques (buno, dumog, trankada) that are highly effective as applied in close quarters (CQC) and street fighting scenarios...perfect for those in Law Enforcement, Military, Personal Security and Self-Defense instructors. The HTAI Arnis Fighting System is an excellent program for women and teens! Your skill in edged and impact weapons will absolutely neutralize the obvious physical size difference; it is the perfect neutralizer!
HTAI ARNIS Fighting Systems is taught directly by its Pundador (
founder) and Punong Guro (
Chief Instructor & Grandmaster),
Myrlino P. Hufana. The HTAI ARNIS program employ a combination of classical and modern training methods, especializing in the effective "range mobility"...that is the ability to flow from one range to another. Punong Guro has over 46 years of training and experience, with 27+ years of teaching to include general classes, seminars, camps, self-defense courses, Law Enforcement DT and knife training to USA Special Forces.
Punong Guro's teachers and mentors include the legendary Professor
Remy A. Presas (
Modern Arnis) and living legend Grandmaster
Ramiro U. Estalilla (
Rigoran Estalilla Kabaroan Eskrima). More about PG Hufana and the HTAI ARNIS Systems can be learned once you become an active student.
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Hufana Traditional Arnis International
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$350 for 3 months + HTAI Shirt
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TRAINING SCHEDULE (teens/adults):
- TUESDAY, 6:45 - 8:45pm
- THURSDAY, 6:45 - 8:45pm