Atlanta Kali Group’s Annual Krampus Stick Fighting 2016

Krampus 2016

Krampus 2016

Atlanta Kali Group’s Annual Krampus Stick Fighting 2016

The 6th Annual Krampus Stick Fights are December 11th from 10 AM – 12 PM at The Dojo American Karate Centers at Roswell-Crabapple!!!

This is a free event!!!

The Dojo American Karate Centers at Roswell-Crabapple
645 W Crossville Rd Ste 136, Roswell, Georgia 30075
(404) 339-5425

Facebook Invite

What is Atlanta Kali Group’s Annual Krampus Stick Fighting? This is an open, non contest sparring. You choose the weapon and the armor. Single stick, double stick, padded sticks, tomahawk, shield and stick, plastic weapons, or flexible weapons. Any ranges, corto, largo, or knife(cqc). Come have fun and help spread the Filipino Martial Arts along with the Christmas cheer!!!!

Filipino martial arts are noted for their ability to fight with weapons or empty hands interchangeably and their ability turn ordinary items into weapons of personal protection. This art is historically and tactically significant with equal emphasis placed on combat utility, artistic expression, and day-to-day graciousness. – Guro Ben Salas

Additional information on Kali, Arnis, Eskrima, Escrima from Wikipedia.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eskrima

Eskrima, Escrima, Arnis, and Kali are umbrella terms for the traditional martial arts of the Philippines (“Filipino Martial Arts,” or FMA) that emphasize weapon-based fighting with sticks, knives and other bladed weapons, and various improvised weapons. It is also known as Estoque (Spanish for rapier), Estocada (Spanish for thrust or stab) and Garrote (Spanish for club). In Luzon they may go by the name of Arnis de Mano, Pananandata (use of weapons), Sinawali (Pampanga, “to weave”), Sitbatan (Pangasinan), Didya and Kabaroan (Ilocos region). In the Visayas and Mindanao, these martial arts have been referred to as eskrima, kali, kaliradman, pagaradman and kalirongan. kuntaw and silat are separate martial arts practiced in the islands.

It also includes hand-to-hand combat, joint locks, grappling and weapon disarming techniques. Although in general, emphasis is put on weapons for these arts, some systems put empty hands as the primary focus and some old school systems do not teach weapons at all.

OCC Level 1 : Fight Movement for Camera

On Camera Combatives

On Camera Combatives


On Camera Combatives: Level 1 & weapons flow


Date: April 24th, 2016
Time: Sessions start at 10:00AM – 6:00PM.

What:
On Camera Combatives will be hosting an intensive all-day Course in Atlanta, GA – April 24th (Sunday) from 10AM – 6PM.

Where:
Buckhead Fight Club : 3293 Buford Hwy NE #500, Atlanta, GA 30329

When:
On Camera Combatives will be hosting an intensive all-day Course in Atlanta, GA – April 24th (Sunday) from 10AM – 6PM.

Who:
Actors, filmmakers, martial artists, enthusiasts. This is a chance to take your acting to the next level, learn our program, and join our On Camera Combatives (OCC) Community of industry professionals.

Learn how to properly and most effectively sell fight movement on camera, and be seen as a professional on set. Action media is a widely expanding market,

Registration / Price:
New Student: $125.00 / person
Group Rate (5 or more) $112.50 / person
Return Student: $75.00 / person (25$ off if you bring a new student!)

To register email oncameracombatives@gmail.com
LIMITED SPACE AVAILABLE

On Camera Combatives Facebook Invite

Details:
The event will teach our fundamentals in:
* Weapons Use (blunt and blade)
* Hand-to-Hand Combat
* Fight Movement and footwork
* How to move with partners and flow
* Selling Action and taking hits
* Body Language and screen presence
* Camera Angles and perpectives on action
* How to shoot your own action sequences

We will not just be learning concepts, but applying them. This is a hands-on course where we will be working with partners and groups to Get Combative! (On camera of course)

All students will get the chance to be on film (HD Video included) and get photos (Group and Student-Teacher photos included).

An Official OCC T-shirt is included with the course!

Instructor(s):
Head Instructor Ryan Monolopolus & Assistant Instructor Wayne Wells

Monolopolus Productions

Free Cacoy Doce Pares Workshop

Grandmaster_Ciriaco_Cacoy_Cañete

Grandmaster_Ciriaco_Cacoy_Cañete


Free Cacoy Doce Pares Workshop

Come out and celebrate SGM Cacoy Canete’s amazing life by training in his wonderful system with Guro Brian Brown (3rd Black Cacoy Doce Pares) and The Atlanta Martial Arts Club. All systems and styles are welcome!

Date: February 14th, 2016

Who: Guro Brian Brown

What: Free Cacoy Doce Pares Workshop

Where:
The Dojo American Karate Centers
3005 Old Alabama Rd #60, Johns Creek, GA 30022

Registration / Price: FREE !!!

Facebook invite

Details:

Doce Pares (Spanish for twelve pairs) is a form of Arnis, Kali and Eskrima, or a Filipino martial art that focuses primarily on stick fighting, knife fighting and hand-to-hand combat but also covers wrestling and other weapons as well. In reality, the stick is merely considered an extension of the hand, and is meant to represent almost any weapon, from sticks to swords to knives to anything else you can place in your hand and use as a weapon in the modern context. Doce Pares was founded in 1932.

Wikipedia

On Camera Combatives: Level 1 & weapons flow

On Camera Combatives

On Camera Combatives February 28th 2016


On Camera Combatives: Level 1 & weapons flow


Date: February 28th, 2016
Time: Sessions start at 10:00PM – 6:00PM.

What:
On Camera Combatives will be hosting a LEVEL 1 Course in Atlanta, GA – October 10th (Sunday).

Where:
Buckhead Fight Club : 3293 Buford Hwy NE #500, Atlanta, GA 30329

When:
Sunday morning through the evening. Class will begin at 10:00AM with several workshops throughout the day. Class will end around 6PM.

Who:
Actors, filmmakers, martial artists, enthusiasts. This is a chance to take your acting to the next level, learn our program, and join our On Camera Combatives (OCC) Community of industry professionals.

Learn how to properly and most effectively sell fight movement on camera, and be seen as a professional on set. Action media is a widely expanding market,

Registration / Price:
New Student: $125.00 / person
Group Rate (5 or more) $112.50 / person
Return Student: $75.00 / person (25$ off if you bring a new student!)

To register email oncameracombatives@gmail.com
LIMITED SPACE AVAILABLE

On Camera Combatives Facebook Invite

Details:
The event will teach our fundamentals in:
* Weapons Use (blunt and blade)
* Hand-to-Hand Combat
* Fight Movement and footwork
* How to move with partners and flow
* Selling Action and taking hits
* Body Language and screen presence
*Camera Angles and perpectives on action
*How to shoot your own action sequences

We will not just be learning concepts, but applying them. This is a hands-on course where we will be working with partners and groups to Get Combative! (On camera of course)

All students will get the chance to be on film (HD Video included) and get photos (Group and Student-Teacher photos included).

An Official OCC T-shirt is included with the course!

Instructor(s):
Head Instructor Ryan Monolopolus & Assistant Instructor Wayne Wells

Monolopolus Productions

Annual Krampus Sparring 2015

Krampus_2015

Annual Krampus Sparring 2015

Atlanta Kali Group’s Annual Krampus stick-fighting 2015

Date: December 20th, 2015
Time: 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM

Who: EVERYONE!!!

What: Non-competitive sparring

Where: Knuckle-Up Buckhead
4540 Roswell Rd Sandy Springs, Georgia

Registration / Price: FREE!!!

Facebook invite

Details:
Celebrating 10 years at Knuckle Up Fitness the Atlanta Kali Group invites you to join us for our 6th annual Christmas party and open sparring session… KRAMPUS. This is open to all FMA students and Instructors. There will be prize drawings for fighters.

Atlanta Kali Group, Sparring, Stick-fighting, Kali, Eskrima, Arnis, Atlanta Kali, Filipino Martial Arts

Atlanta Kali Group’s Annual Krampus Stick Fighting

Atlanta Kali Group’s Annual Krampus Stick Fighting

https://www.facebook.com/groups/atlkaligroup/

The 5th annual Krampus Stick Fights are December 28th from 11-1 at Knuckle Up in Roswell!!!

Knuckle Up Fitness is located at:
The Exchange At Hammond,
5956 Roswell Rd NE
Atlanta, GA
(404) 339-5425

What is Atlanta Kali Group’s Annual Krampus Stick Fighting? This is an open, non contest sparring. You choose the weapon and the armor. Single stick, double stick, padded sticks, tomahawk, shield and stick, plastic weapons, or flexible weapons. Any ranges, corto, largo, or knife(cqc). Come have fun and help spread the Filipino Martial Arts along with the Christmas cheer!!!!

Atlanta Kali Group's Annual Krampus Stick Fighting

Atlanta Kali Group’s Annual Krampus 2014 – sparring

 

Filipino martial arts are noted for their ability to fight with weapons or empty hands interchangeably and their ability turn ordinary items into weapons of personal protection. This art is historically and tactically significant with equal emphasis placed on combat utility, artistic expression, and day-to-day graciousness. – Guro Ben Salas

Additional information on Kali, Arnis, Eskrima, Escrima from Wikipedia.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eskrima

Eskrima, Escrima, Arnis, and Kali are umbrella terms for the traditional martial arts of the Philippines (“Filipino Martial Arts,” or FMA) that emphasize weapon-based fighting with sticks, knives and other bladed weapons, and various improvised weapons. It is also known as Estoque (Spanish for rapier), Estocada (Spanish for thrust or stab) and Garrote (Spanish for club). In Luzon they may go by the name of Arnis de Mano, Pananandata (use of weapons), Sinawali (Pampanga, “to weave”), Sitbatan (Pangasinan), Didya and Kabaroan (Ilocos region). In the Visayas and Mindanao, these martial arts have been referred to as eskrima, kali, kaliradman, pagaradman and kalirongan. kuntaw and silat are separate martial arts practiced in the islands.

It also includes hand-to-hand combat, joint locks, grappling and weapon disarming techniques. Although in general, emphasis is put on weapons for these arts, some systems put empty hands as the primary focus and some old school systems do not teach weapons at all.