Sunday, 18 October 2020 18:04

Perth Saturday 14th NOV, 11:30AM

100fights graphic100 rounds of kickboxing for a great cause.

Proceeds from the funds raised through this event will be donated to a CAIA family member who is battling a brain tumour.

The Concept: A friendly 100 rounds of sparring - with the proceeds going to a great cause! 

How it works: This is friendly endurance event in which fighters do 100 rounds of kickboxing and get sponsors in order to raise funds for a worthy cause. Each round will be one minute and fighters will change partners every round for 100 rounds of pure adrenaline.

We are seeking sponsors for each fighter for 100 rounds! You could donate a dollar per round, or it could be ten cents per round. Every dollar helps.

What can I do? Fighter Registration is now closed. PLEASE SPONSOR A FIGHTER by filling in the PayPal form below. If you are thinking of coming down to watch, make sure and arrive early as space is limited!

Wednesday, 26 August 2020 17:43

Today’s society is more divided than ever about the role and place of violence.


On one extreme, we see a segment of society who proclaim violence is evil and has absolutely no place in a civilised society whatsoever.


On the other extreme, we see a segment of society who explicitly support the use of violence as a way to resolve most arguments.


Combine this with the fact that we, as a society, are grossly misinformed and underinformed about the realities of violence. This creates unhealthy and often inaccurate polarised opinions about what violence is and where it can and should be used, if at all.


So where is the place for violence in society?

Monday, 27 July 2020 13:00

COVID-19 has seen the world change many aspects of life that were considered basics, given or even a god-given right.

It has also resulted in an increase in aggression and violence. Self defence training feels more important than ever.

Unfortunately, quarantine, isolation and contact restrictions have also limited and changed how we can train for self defence.

So how can you train for self defence in the COVID era?

Thursday, 25 June 2020 12:15

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Wednesday, 18 December 2019 16:02

What do you think is the most important element of self-defence classes?

Giving the student real self defence skills, in all their facets, is the obvious answer, but is it the first one and the only one?
Usually the argument will then go to discussion about technique, or scenarios, or the level of contact or how long it takes to get a black belt. These are all valid discussions, but often miss one important point.
Read more to find out what that point is!

Sunday, 12 April 2015 17:29

In my last article I talked about how different people learn, and also about how both instructors and students should be aware of this to further improve their performance.

Sunday, 29 March 2015 00:00

Often, the style we prefer to learn is determined by the preferred learning style we have. Nice tongue twister. But what does it mean?

Sunday, 15 March 2015 00:00

The infamous phrase ‘reality-based training’ once again returns to feature in an article…

Saturday, 14 March 2015 00:00

Martial Arts can be an incredible force in the life of a young person. It can provide focus, structure, culture, problem solving capabilities and solid strategies to deal with bullying and other various challenges that life will throw at them. But it's not for everyone, and for some kids it's important to consider the type of training they may need before throwing them into a martial arts programme.

Will Martial Arts help my child's behaviour problem?

Tuesday, 03 March 2015 00:00

In the last article I discussed the ‘Dojo Syndrome’.
I had received some very positive feedback about it, with many instructors saying ‘this is exactly what often happens!’ and had a few requests to post some more tips. Thanks for the support, and I hope you enjoy this!

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