Shirenkan Combatives Program
The Shirenkan Combatives Program is a dual-stream self-defense Program combining Shirenkan Jiu Jitsu and Modern Arnis to create an advanced self-protection experience while ranking in two styles.
Enhance your self protection through this advanced self defense system. Shirenkan Jiu Jitsu and Modern Arnis (Kali)
Dual Black Belt Program
Shirenkan Jiu Jitsu
Shirenkan Jiu Jitsu is translated from Japanese as “Tested and forged in our house through SHI -to test- (but successfully test); REN -forge, forgery-; KAN - Home or hall”.
This modern based self defense system finds its roots from Japanese Jujutsu (Jiu Jitsu or Ju Jitsu). This system focuses on the development of personal protection and awareness. Shirenkan Jiu Jitsu is a very well rounded system incorporating striking and blocking, throws and takedowns, catch submissions, joint locks, and chocking variations.
When beginning to walk the path of a Shirenkan practitioner the basics(kihon) are strongly emphasized. These basics include body movement (tai-sabaki), falling safely (ukemi), off-balancing (kuzushi), and combative distancing (maaiOur focus with the Shirenkan system is
As each student develops within the system more advanced techniques and principles are applied.
Students will gain and improve their skills both physically and mentally.
All techniques taught in the Shirenkan system include learning the English and Japanese translation to each and every part of the curriculum which assists in enhanced learning skills.
This system is easily integrated into your own style.
Take self defense to an all new level!
Modern Arnis is the system of Filipino fighting arts founded by Remy Presas as a self-defense system. His goal was to create an injury-free training method as well as an effective self-defense system in order to preserve the older Arnis systems. The term Modern Arnis was used by Remy Presas' younger brother Ernesto Presas to describe his style of Filipino martial arts; since 1999 Ernesto Presas has called his system Kombatan. It is derived principally from the traditional Presas family style of the Bolo (machete) and the stick-dueling art of Balintawak Eskrima, with influences from other Filipino and Japanese martial arts.
Additional certifications available through this program
WMAA provided programs/seminars
Panantukan Filipino “Dirty” Boxing
EDT Edged Weapon Defensive Tactics