A Forgotten Multifaceted Art Returns in Concord
Combat Tested Kali
A martial artist who relies on feet and hands can still be defeated when faced with an opponent much larger than he is. Brute strength is a difficult thing to conquer.
However, a knife levels the playing field. When you know how to use it just right, it makes you as powerful - if not more so - than a larger opponent.
You can keep yourself and your loved ones safe from harm.
A New Approach to the Traditional.
Every class contains workouts and drills that work you from head to toe. You'll build cardiovascular strength and endurance. And you'll feel stronger, more energized throughout the day.
You'll likely be sore at first, too. But don't worry - that goes away, and then it's uphill from there.
Learning a New Skill — Confidence
In the right hands, Filipino Kali is a life-saving self-defense system. With the success gained in the dojo, you’ll build confidence.
With that confidence, real self-defense develops as one’s character changes for the better
First night of Kali classes are free with no commitment
Includes free loaner pair of sitcks if you need one
The Filipino Martial Arts, commonly umbrella-ed under the name Filipino Kali, derive from the Philippines and constitute several modes of combat; ranging from hand-to-hand to knife fighting, the most common of stick fighting to bow-staff. Kali has many forms and lineages, many of which David has trained.
Kali is best known as a stick fighting art, but once transferred to knives becomes even more deadly.
Essentially, Kali is the art of destruction.