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Command of Guru Gobind Singh:

“Daily, with complete love and concentration, train with (meditate on) your weapons”


Confused...? When you hear stories of the old Khalsa being amazing warriors when comparing to the Khalsa you see today...?

Are you ready to take the first step and develop Teeth and Claws which makes a Lion/Lioness true to their form? Develop the skills and confidence to defend yourself, your family and your Panth...

For those NOT already learning a fighting art (our aim is not to poach or compete with others), if you have the following characteristics, you are invited to learn from the School of Elusive Fighting:

Humility
Politeness and respect (towards all people, all faiths and all jathebandiyan/sampryada)
Dedication

Passion
Open Mindedness
Courage
Hard Work Ethic
Discipline
DISCRETION

We teach armed and unarmed fighting based on principles derived from rare traditional fighting systems of South East Asia (predominantly, but not only, Filipino and Chinese).

The Sword, Stick and Knife are the basic weapons students learn (we move on to many variations of these i.e. the short staff and fighting axe). We also teach use of the Kara based on elusive fighting.

The principles to use each or a combination of the above are one and the same, in essence, the art is very simple, the devil lies in the detail.

Footwork, evasion, positioning, fast take downs, nerve/muscle/bone manipulation, multiple opponent and weapons strategies, and internal power generation are the core principles of the art.


Street psychology, awareness and the practice of street scenario applications is an integral part of the learning.

You will also learn old school traditional fighting exercises to develop fighting energy, fighting flexibility and fighting movement.

We specialise in escapes from grabs and hold ups, so this art is highly suitable for females.

The art does not rely on the training of strength and speed, but more so, on body mechanics and timing.

The classes are kept small and operate as family environments, so full respect for all students is assured. No type of bad behaviour (in or outside of class) is tolerated.


Commitment of 1 class a week is required. This means making the class your priority, and re-arranging other social and work issues. This is not a 'MA tick box' or Hobbyist class. It is for serious students only, who wan to invest in a martial inheritance and pass it on to the next generation.


Currently classes are held on Saturdays in South London, Hayes and Coventry. We are looking to set up a class in East London once we have enough interest.

Central London (London Bridge) classes for Women are held on Wednesday evenings and for Men on Thursday evenings.

There is no modern teaching structure i.e. belt/grading system, nor are there any competitions (this is not a sport). Classes are taught using old school methods, very relaxed yet focused atmosphere, and learning is organic (natural). Progress is purely dependant on the students practice. The Teachers aim is not to keep paying students for 20 years, but to teach as quick as the student is willing to learn (with quality).

We are not affiliated to any cults, MA school/society, controversial personality or jathebandi.

If you are DEADLY SERIOUS and interested in learning, then kindly let us know a little about yourself, your previous martial arts experience and why you would like to learn from us. Drop us an email on:


elusivefighting@gmail.com.


Please do not contact us ‘out of interest’. We are only interested in speaking to those who are ‘ready’ to commit and learn.

Dhanvaad

Daas

H Singh

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This is the battle of life, the Dharam Yudh for which we should always be prepared.

Only those who succeed in their own battle (life), can fight other battles of Dharma, physically (external) and mentally (internal) and attain temporal and spiritual glory.

Only such a soul has the right to wear and handle the sword of Guru Gobind Singh, and become his Holy Soldier, the Khalsa. None else, none else.”

~ Guru Gobind Singh ~

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Confused...? When you hear stories of the old Khalsa being amazing warriors when comparing to the Khalsa you see today...?

Out of respect for the shaheeds of yesterday, and the one's continuing today, I would like to say that for one example Rajiv Gandhi said over 700 IA were killed by 20-40 men.

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