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Mahatma Gandhi

Martial Arts

Krav Maga

Krav Maga is a hybrid Martial Art that is rooted in self-defence and combat.  It was developed for the Israeli Defence Forces and the Israeli Security Forces as a form of military hand-to-hand combat.  This fighting system combines techniques and principles from many popular striking and grappling Martial Arts.

Muay Thai

An effective and brutal striking Martial Art, Muay Thai is the national sport of Thailand and has gained popularity and prominence due to its extensive use in Mixed Martial Arts - MMA. Muay Thai is also known as the “art of 8 limbs”, attributed to its use of the fist, feet, knees and elbows. The entire body is seen as a weapon and knock outs are commonly witnessed in these contests.


Ninjutsu, also known as Ninpō, Shinobi-jutsu, is a holistic discipline that is centred around the practice of guerrilla warfare and espionage.  Ninjutsu practitioners or Shinobi utilise a diverse range of techniques which include, striking, grappling and weaponry.  The Martial Arts syllabus of Ninjutsu is only a single component of the wider body of knowledge studied within the discipline.  The chief aim of a Shinobi is to become a completely natural being that is capable of effectively utilising their environment and their skills to achieve their goal.


Sanda, formerly known as Sanshou is a holistic and full contact fighting system that combines traditional Kung Fu with modern combat methods.  The fighting system, which was developed by the Chinese military, is multifaceted and includes close range kickboxing with grappling techniques, throws and sweeps.  Sanda is also referred to as Chinese Kickboxing.


A Korean Martial Art that is characterised by jumping and spinning kicks, high kicks and quick flurries of kicks.  Taekwondo focuses on landing kicks and strikes above the waist only.  It is a Martial Art that seeks to instil principles of morality, respect and the cultivation of an indomitable spirit within its practitioners.

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