DAVE V's
WARRIOR ARTS

Learn Fajing Chu'an (Explosive Energy Chinese Boxing)
and the MARA Combat System

Combat

Combat

Combat

Weapons

Weapons

Weapons

Self Defence

Self Defence

Self Defence

Internal Energy Training

Internal Energy Training

Internal Energy Training

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Welcome to Warrior Arts

Established 2002 –  London

Welcome to Warrior Arts London – This is the thinking person’s martial art.

We are a Street Self Defence Combat Club based in Harrow, London, Uk. We specialise in all aspects of unarmed combat, weapons and weapons defence. The Arts we teach are Fajing Chuan – Explosive Energy Chinese Boxing and the MARA Combat System. Both these are designed to get the job done quick, to get you mega fit and strong and to teach you about the real deal and the teachniques, attitude and mindset you’ll need in reality,

Train with Dave V, author of TEN SQUARED and a team of masters and martial arts veterans, most have between 30 and 50 years experience.

What makes us special ?

  • Training designed to enhance your physicality, cognitive ability and intelligence generally
  •  Training environment for professionals, career orientated individuals and those driven by a desire to be the best they can be.
  • Adults only
  • Safe and team spirited adult only training
  • Mentally and physically challenging.
  • Best of the classical Chinese martial arts
  • Best of modern self defence training
  • Circuit training and power training.
  • Meditational element
  • Winning formula helps you progress fast and achieve your goals.
  • Students have included martial arts masters, police officers, special forces combatants and complete beginners.

16 years ago we delivered a brand new concept, one that was ahead of it’s time and one that took off immediately. It captured the interest of people new to martial arts and many seasoned practitioners in the martial arts community . Warrior Arts has become known for it’s ground breaking training. Safe, friendly but mentally and physically challenging.

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