Lessons

Martial arts lessons available in Central Massachusetts by Guru Andy Holman

Voice Lessons – Not Singing

GAIN DISTANCE WITH BASIC QUADRANTS

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Basics

Not every situation is the same, you only have a few seconds to react then you may be facing a self defense situation. Use these tactics wisely and only in cases of a threat to personal safety or family safety. Please Learn the greeting first – IOPS GREETING In this Silat player’s mind I think […]

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Animals

My animal is monkey. Every person has his/her own unique set or style of movement. The way you bend or fold. How you lift or stride is determined by your animal. This can be decided by a group of questions and series of useful exercises. Are you curious what your animal is? There are 7 […]

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Elements

There are Four Elements in the Inti Ombak System. Earth, Water, Fire, and Wind. Each Element has a representative form. Each form has hidden movement or story. Every person has an Element. Message us to find out yours! TO CONTINUE CLICK HERE

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Hosting Martial Arts Seminars

Hosting Martial Art Seminars Hosting a Martial Art Seminar is not always an easy task, but there are several ways to succeed.  Here is a list of seven techniques that I have used to host a successful seminar. 1.  Know your Audience.  What do the students of the seminar want to learn about.  What lessons will […]

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Humans

Drunken Form – Short Basic Form Pour the Drink after you have approached the Vendor Sip the drink (typically a Green Tea and Hard Liquor) until the dumb criminal tries to rob the place – then defend the Warung (establishment) and have another drink. Don’t pass out by the end. This is the spirit of […]

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Kembangan

Flower or personal style in Pencak Silat In this video I am showing my Punching free flow (Song credit The Verve) Look for more on this subject in the future! Below is a free flow movement with Stepping Chart and Music ending on a specific part of the song. It is very difficult to time.

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The Etiquette of I’m in Trouble

Assume there is a blade You have 3-5 seconds to react Step out of the way, gain distance, and evade Don’t insult or maim Trust your instincts

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