Kali Silat is a complete art in itself but the empty hand section of the 12 areas is mostly in the 7th area.
Taught at the academy, Panatukan (panantukan) Filipino Boxing is
really a derivative of Filipino knife fighting, as most of the techniques
are closely tied together. Also taught are the Filipino Kicking
Steve is a fully certified instructor in Panantuken ( Filipino Boxing ) under Guru Rick Faye from Minnesota, USA.
and will take you from 'Beginner' to 'Advanced' in each section, on a 'go at your own pace' to learn basis.
7th Area explained:
Panatunkan (Filipino boxing)
Pananjakman and Sikaran (Filipino kicking systems)
"A complete system in itself. It is the most complete Martial Art I have ever seen" :(Steve Powell):
Boxing, Kicking, Usage of the Head Butts, Knees and elbow
Chokes, Strangles, Take downs, standing and ground locking
Body manipulation, usage of almost all parts of the body as a weapon
Limb distructions, trapping, sensitivity training, arm wrenches
The 12 Hubud drills with switches and inserts
Usage of the wing chun dummy as a Filipino training aid.
Steve is fully certified in Kali Silat.