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SinaTirsiaWali Kali “Can you stop me, can I stop you” Mission: To prepare, educate and train people in the importance of self-protection by way of the Filipino survival art known as SinaTirsiaWali Kali and to have the confidence physically, mentally, and spiritually, “to fear no man on earth.”

Official SinaTirsiaWali Kali Newsletter Does the size of your opponent change your strategy of self-protection?

June 2013 Volume 6 Issue1 QUOTE OF THE MONTH To give yourself the best possible chance of protecting yourself and surviving a physical attack, you must prepare for every eventuality. That means practice.

One of the benefits of training in the SinaTirsiaWali Kali Self-Protection System is that it is designed to protect you from any size opponent. Knowing the three rules of SinaTirsiaWali Kali gives you the distinct advantage regardless of your opponent’s size. The skills of this system emphasizes that you keep “small and tight, not ready to fight, but ready to finish.” If your opponent is taller or bigger than you, always remember to stay in second level. Let the opponent come to you and let him or her expose his or her potential targets.

Dedicated to the art of the SinaTirsiaWali Kali System Remy has been a dedicated student for several months. He attends class on a regular basis learning the various skills of the SinaTirsiaWali Kali system involving blade, empty hand, improvised weapons, tactical flashlights, tactical pens, and firearms. He has a plethora of training tools that he regularly brings to class that he trains with and applies the various sinawali, 64 attacks, and various drills. His dedication in this system and the dedication to improve every week is why he has been chosen as this months dedicated student.

Broken Wall: The Defensive Protection of STW

Awesome license plate covers! CONTACT INFORMATION Guru Dennis Ocampo filipinoeducator@yahoo.com Mas Guru Greg Alland – kalisilat.org Washington D.C. SinaTirsiaWali Kali Society stwkalidc@gmail.com San Francisco SinaTirsiaWali Kali Society fbauzon@gmail.com Miami, Florida SinaTirsiaWali Kali Society randy@Xpressbuy.com

The “Broken Wall” is very similar to that of the “Broken 8.” However, the “Broken Wall” emphasizes the importance of the self-protection side of SinaTirsiaWali Kali. It is still executed in the manner of the Broken 8 however, the emphasis is placed on the “wall” being broken to execute the PT drill which enables the student to control the opponent’s weapon hand and counter, disarm, and ultimately finish the oncoming attack. This “Broken Wall” drill transitions well from the usage of the impact weapon, blade, and to the empty hands.


June 2013