• Date
    10th December 2018
    Beginners classes start with an athletic warm-up, followed by training in basic punching and kicking, and leg conditioning drills, with cardiovascular emphasis to help lose weight and help you get fitter. We then move on to the intermediate section, with silat and kickboxing techniques.
  • Date
    10th December 2018
    This is where the full body combat is used. You do not have to be a hardened cage fighter to take part in this as all students will be able to learn at their own pace. You will be taught a combination of attacking and defensive moves and also take part in hand and foot drills, and boxing and kickboxing combinations.
  • Date
    10th December 2018
    If you have shown the correct control & discipline in the beginner class, you'll be moved to advanced to apply techniques in a more combat manner, and with greater contact. You are moved into this class if you show an aptitude, or have achieved a certain level, and is at the instructors discretion.
  • Date
    10th December 2018
    In the advanced class you will be covering weapon training using Lightning Scientific Arnis- a Filipino art also known as arnis or kali. In this class we focus on stick work with the standard eskrima sticks. We use a numbered system from 1 to 12 learning defence and attack moves alone and with a sparring partner. The class runs for approximately 45 mins.
  • Date
    6th December 2018
    Gradings will be introduced gradually. Each grading will take approximately 3 –6 months to complete. Silat is taught throughout Malaysia & Indonesia to all ages and has even been known to have been taught to toddlers, but I prefer to teach those of 6 and above. If you are willing to work hard I’m willing to make you do just that.
  • Date
    30th April 2014
    Silat is a family art, and so by joining us, you become one of our family. We are a friendly club with members of all ages, genders and abilities. There is no set uniform for beginners, but in time you will be required to purchase the club uniforms, and protective equipment, to ensure training remains safe for all.