Eskrima, Kali, Arnis is a traditional martial arts system from the Philippines that emphasises weapons based fighting techniques using sticks and various improvised weapons. It includes hand to hand combat and weapon disarming techniques using kicks and drills. It is expressly designed to teach students to move quickly, act and think fast & experiment with variations while remaining safe. Students learn a specific series of attacks, counters and counter attacks. As they advance minor variations are added, such as changing footwork, or switching to completely different attacks. Eventually the exercise becomes almost completely freestyle.
Classes are run by Master Marc Toussaint - 6th Grade Black Belt, Doce Pares Multi-Styles System of Eskrima-Kali-Arnis.
All Active Martial Arts offers a wide range of self defense and fitness programs to suit the needs of our junior and intermediate students from all demographics. For more information on our Filipino Martial Arts Eskrima-Kali-Arnis classes in Epping VIC, contact us.
Master Marc Toussaint runs regular Doce Pares Eskrima-Kali-Arnis training seminars at All-Active Martial Arts. Our next Filipino Martial Arts: Eskrima Training Day will be held on Sunday 10 November from 10am-1pm:
Try out our Eskrima classes with a 4-week training pass + pair of Eskrima sticks
- Try out our Filipino Martial Arts: Eskrima-Kali-Arnis classes for 4 weeks and receive a free pair of Eskrima sticks
- Includes 2 x 1 hour sessions per week, for 4 weeks. Our rotating curriculum enables new members to start at any time of the year.
- Total cost: $125
“The instructors display proficiency, friendliness, and professionalism. The teaching strategy the instructors implement are practical, comprehensible, and are worth great recognition. AAMA offers diversity in terms of Martial Art styles, and continues to strive further in development!”
– Mustafa Mesli - AAMA Student
“A completely different look at martial arts. It's a great way to test yourself and what you're capable of, Eskrima will test your limits.”
– Brett Em, AAMA Student