Art in Action
ESKRIMA – A multi weapon combat system, based on a basic pattern of strikes and a series of drills which take the practitioner from basic mechanical competancy to free flowing spontaneity.
ESKRIDO – An advanced close range development of Eskrima typified by a rapid fire, free flowing type of movement that ends in a series of catches, controls, locks and throws.
PANGAMOT – An empty hand form of Eskrima, typically aplied in a defensive manner against an armed or unarmed opponent using catches, controls, locks and strips to disarm and subdue an attacker
KILAT (Kilatkamot) – A rapid fire offensive brother art to Pangamot, typically using latches, catches, traps, jamms, headbutts, knees and elbows to stun, shut down, dominate and overwhelm an opponent.
SIKARAN – A structured empty hand fighting system, modern Sikaran has many similarities to Kickboxing and uses various striking techniques at close, medium and long range with a pattern of striking angles and series of drills, similar to those in used in Eskrima.
DUMOG – A grappling art applied by using empty hands or weapons against an armed or unarmed opponent. Dumog skills come into play when the close range gap has been bridged.