Golden School of Martial Arts’ winter season

Golden School of Martial Arts Rob Schellenberg

Golden School of Martial Arts Rob Schellenberg

The Golden School of Filipine Martial Arts is hosting a registration night and demonstration class on January 13, from 6:00 – 8:00pm at the Arena Lounge. We will be registering for our winter season which is from January 14 until March 15. Classes offered are:

Junior/Family Mano Mano Sikaran: Tues/Thurs 6:00 – 7:00pm

Adult Mano Mano Sikaran: Tues/Thurs 7:00 – 8:00pm

Arnis: Thursday 8:00- 9:00pm

What is Mano Mano Sikaran?

Mano Mano, simply means empty hands but it includes boxing, grappling and self defense. Sikaran is a Martial Art that is based on highly developed kicking skills. Mano Mano Sikaran together cover all ranges of open hand combat. Some students challenge themselves through competition or they do it for a great workout and fun.

What is Arnis?

Kali Eskrima and Arnis are weapons based Martial Arts of the Philippines that were originally practiced with bladed weapons. The blade has evolved into the use of rattan sticks. The program will cover lessons with single stick, double stick, knife self defense, empty hand combat, wrist lock takedowns and sport Arnis.

Our Arnis class teaches a progressive system of Self-Defense with a safe approach that is fun and easy to learn no matter what your physical conditioning.

We encourage families to practice together and offer family rates and packages that include sparring gear. For more information call Instructor Dave Schellenberg at (250)272-0965 and check out Master Ferrers website


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