Services We Provided
GROUP SETTING CLASSES
Group beginner classes meet Mondays at 7:30 pm. After the new member is introduced to the program, then more in-depth classes are available to continue your training.
Testimonials Of our clients
IT'S AN AWESOME PLACE OF DEVELOPMENT, EXCELLENT FOOT WORK, SPEED, STRENGTH AND ACCURACY, THIS ART IS VERY EFFECTIVE AND DEADLY, A GREAT DEFENSE ART AS WELL.
Amazing combat counteroffensive techniques employed for reality based situations!
Great; good instructors and good people!
About Combat Kali Silat
A combat system from the Philippines, Pekiti Tirsia Kali can teach you how to impair an attacker on the street in 3 seconds. This is the only system in the world which has been tried and tested in actual war. Looking to learn how to protect you and your family? Look no further. We have put together the most effective information available to help our residents have a feeling of calm with the skill set we offer.
Pekiti-Tirsia is a traditional family system of Filipino martial art that traces its existence back to a time and era when carry and use of the bladed weapon was common and required among most men. Oral history of the Tortal family testifies to four generations practicing the family system of Pekiti-Tirsia. Norberto Tortal taught the system to his son Segundino Tortal. Segundino taught his five sons; Balbino, Tedoricio, Francisco, Quirino, and Conrado. Of the five brothers, Conrado was chosen as inheritor of the system with Balbino as one of his principal training partners. Balbino was later shot and killed by Japanese soldiers in the area of Barangay Conception, Talisay, Negros Occidental, in 1945 after disarming a Japanese officer of his samurai sword and killing two soldiers who attempted to bayonet him.
These generations of Tortal family leaders utilized the laboratory method of research and testing of combat Blade fighting tactics and techniques. Through friendly instructional exchanges, sparring duels with other recognized family and system leaders, and direct combat resulting in the death of the enemy, the system of Pekiti-Tirsia was continually trained, executed, and validated.