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Boxing is a sport involved with both attacking and defending with ones hands and is also called pugilism (fist fight). We will offer beginning, intermediate and fitness classes so our members will have the chance to not only learn the basics of boxing, but to get fit, exercise and challenge their minds in ways they never have before. We use only the best, and most advanced teaching methods to activate the minds of our students, and help them absorb all of the information presented. Learn and have fun all at the same time.

Muay Thai

Muay Thai or Thai Boxing is a national combat sport from Thailand, utilizing stand up striking and clinching techniques. This discipline involves the use of 'eight limbs' and the combined use of fists, elbows, knees and shins/legs. Muay Thai basics, intermediate and fitness classes will be offered and are designed solely with the students in mind. Our Muay Thai classes will provide students with the basics and foundation of the art and curriculum, so that the students may truly have an understanding of the fundamentals. We want our students to keep an open mind, appreciate the arts and have a fun experience at Rōnin Martial Arts Academy San Diego.

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 Judo Training in a Studio


Jeet Kune Do, 'The way of the intercepting fist," or known in its abbreviated term JKD is a hybrid philosophy of Bruce Lee.  JKD is a 'non-classical' a non-fixed or patterned martial arts and a philosophy with guiding thoughts to help practitioners express the human body to become less rigid and unrealistic. The concepts of JKD will be incorporated in the curriculum and will guide students through the foundations of the subject and beyond.  In as much, students will apply newly developed skills within a learning environment that is challenging and demands their active participation. The result is a group of inspired and proficient individuals with a drive for learning and a motivation to succeed.

A New Way Of Learning

Escrima or 'Esgrima' is derived from a Spanish term as fencing.  Also known by the term Kali or Arnis, it is derived from the Filipino Martial Arts (FMA) of the Philippines and can be traced back to native fighting techniques and throughout its current forms has Spanish influences from old fencing (originating to the 15th century). Our instructors will break down the systematic drills and give you clear insights into the best weaponry, warfare and self-defense system in the world. Dive right into this rewarding class for any skill level to develop and better understand the weapons and empty hands training of the Filipino culture.

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