Respect all styles
United Combat Arts

                                                                                                                                                        ... And the Dragon teaches us to ride the wind. - Shaolin proverb

united combat arts

United Combat Arts is a school for instruction, training, and research into all martial styles, systems, sciences, and arts. 

Although there are hundreds of martial disciplines, a general classification can be determined by their final objective.

Classification of Disciplines:

- TRADITIONAL:

cultivating both the mind and skill set from a traditional warrior approach; emphasis on honor, discipline, and perseverance.

wing chun training

- COMPETITIVE:

designed for the ring and/or cage; emphasis on sporting victory and developing the prizefighter or champion

muay thai training

- SPIRITUAL:

for self-illumination, inner peace, and health; emphasis on meditation, often coupled with an understanding of philosophical and/or religious principles.

internal martial arts

- REALITY BASED:

devised for the modern "street" scenario; emphasis on avoidance, awareness, and self-defense including weapon(s) usage and disarms.

self-defense against mugging

- PERFORMANCE:

created for or derived from traditional and competitive arts for the purpose of entertainment; emphasis on athleticism, agility, story-telling, and presentation.

professional wrestling

- FUSION:

blending techniques and principles from several schools of thought.

jeet kune do bruce lee
Sport Martial Arts
All of these approaches have merit; all develop attributes, athleticism, and discipline after years of practice. That value however, is determined by each student's personal goals. Our instructors all have unique backgrounds in various disciplines, allowing you to experience the foundations and components of all six classifications. Ultimately, you must decide what kind of martial stylist, scientist, and artist you will become.





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