Martial Art Styles
Jason Boh's School of Martial Arts predominantly teaches the following styles to form the basis of it's students training. Other styles are studied on occasion.
Jeet Kune Do (JKD) "The Way Of The Intercepting Fist"
Founded by Bruce Lee and then developed after his death by his senior student and friend Dan Inosanto, JKD uses principles and concepts rather than styles in order to develop the attributes of the individual. Such principles include interception of attack rather than blocking and countering, and the ability to flow from any range and use any body part against the nearest available target. JKD emphasises the development of the individual and ultimately allows them to find and develop their own 'way' in order to satisfy their own needs, either from a mixture of different arts or from just one.
Jun Fan Martial Arts
Founded by the late Bruce Lee Jun Fan Gung Fu incorporates elements of the Wing Chun Kung Fu system which Bruce Lee modified, and utilises various training methods such as trapping, energy drills, and wooden dummy forms. Jun Fan Kickboxing incorporates elements of western boxing combined with the kicking methods from other martial arts systems including the Korean and Japanese arts. Combining drills which feature punching, kicking, trapping, take-downs and grappling and use 'alive' equipment such as focus pads, allows the student to escape static drilling , encouraging un-rehearsed movements which are more likely to be encountered in combat. Jun Fan Gung Fu is also an excellent method of aerobic and muscular endurance conditioning.
Filipino Martial Arts - Kali
A very comprehensive art addressing all ranges of combat, Filipino Martial Arts combines both weaponry and empty hand methods. Weaponry used includes single stick, double stick, single knife, double knife, stick and knife and flexible weapons. These weapons may be translated into normal everyday items such as a rolled up newspaper for self-defence purposes. The student learns the various angles of attack and this then assists in practising disarms and counter techniques.
Filipino Martial Arts - Panantukan
Panantukan is one element of the empty hand phase of Kali, and is often referred to as "Filipino boxing". Similar in structure to western boxing (but without the sport's limitations), Panantukan allows the person to use all elements of the upper body and targets may include eyes, groin and nerve points. The system also incorporates the disturbance of an opponent's body balance and manipulation of their limbs.
The art of ground fighting. The type of grappling we currently study takes its form from a number of systems. Combining pins, escapes, arm bars, leg locks and chokes from Judo, Brazilian Ju Jitsu and Kali. Occasionally, this can also incorporate striking simultaneously. Our form of grappling does not necessarily always end up on the mats, it can be applied from a standing position, ideal for control and restraint purposes.
Student Grades & Phases
All students are graded under Sensei Jason Boh in accordance with the school's curriculum.
There are 6 grades to black belt (excluding white) and the curriculum is divided into 3 main areas:
The assessment criteria contains a pedigree of arts we teach and a combination of systems passed onto Sensei by his teachers.
Students are graded in SMA which encompass the following:
Attitude, Attendance & Ability
Jason Boh's School Of Martial Arts certifies students as an Instructor in SMA under Jason Boh. The normal entry requirement is black belt in any
art, however, Sensei may use discretion and also invite private students onto the program.
Using no way as a way, having no limitation as limitation.