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strength training - kettle bells - action strength - gada - qi gong

You inhabit a physical body, discover the power in honing and operating it with precision, strength and effectiveness.

There is something special about training martial arts, particularly with the Jeet Kune Do mindset.


It awakens mind, body and spirit in ways that nothing else can. Jeet Kune Do is Bruce Lee’s philosophy of training which translates to “The Way of the Intercepting Fist” and like Bruce said, “it is just a name”, not
necessarily a system or art. It is a way to create YOUR system, YOUR art. Bruce Lee’s Jeet Kune Do advises us to “Adapt what is useful, reject what is useless, and add what is specifically your own.”


So if Jeet Kune Do is “just a name”, how do people claim to train JKD?

In the process of determining what to adapt that is useful, there are principles and arts that have proven to be such over time and they stick around.

There is plenty on the internet about Bruce Lee and Jeet Kune Do, so it is not our intent to give all the background here. But there is an important distinction to be made when considering training JKD. Two schools of thought can be found in the JKD community:

~Those who continue to train the way Bruce Lee did when he was alive without deviation from it or adding to it. (Sounds boring doesn’t it?)

~Those who absorbed the meaning of Bruce Lee’s message “Adapt what is useful, reject what is useless, and add what is specifically your own.” These people continued to progress Jeet Kune Do by changing with the changing times. (Sounds exciting, doesn’t it?)


We are part of that second group.


The current world of violence we live in must have answers to new circumstances that weren’t here back when Bruce Lee and Dan Inosanto were developing their methods.


MMA is mainstream now and there are a lot more people who know some Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, a few arm locks and Muay Thai kickboxing.


We train so our bodies and minds can respond effectively to a hypothetical MMA fighter on drugs… or a group of them.


Our previous facility in california

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Private & Semi-private Lessons

Self Perfection. Self Preservation.

This is "software" installation. Skills that will increase your Mental, Emotional, Physical and Spiritual Intelligence (IQ, EQ, PQ, SQ).

In each lesson you will gain:


  •  Education in Strength & Attribute Development that enhances your martial arts training and your life.

  • Self-Preservation Training - a realistic response to violence that is simple, effective and essential.

  • Self-Perfection - creative and challenging training of various martial arts with an emphasis on having a response for all the ranges of fighting. This portion is trained over years and develops  your speed in decision-making and movement.

In order to get the most out of investment, you need a WILLingness to:

  • Change.​

  • Practice your new skills Daily (proper installation).

  • Track your Goals and your Progress.

Private Training Sessions

$100 (per 90 Minute Block)

Bring training partners and split the cost!

The POWER Package

Six 90-Minute Private Training Sessions over Six Weeks



(25% Discount)


One & two Day courses

Book an 

Apprentice Level Certification Seminar

$1,000 for a Half-Day Seminar

(Includes 5 Hours of Instruction)

$1,500 Two-Day Seminar

(Includes Two Consecutive 5-Hour Days)

One Day Courses

  1. ​​R.A.T. (Rapid Assault Tactics) & Basic Knife - Barbell Basics (Deadlift) - Kettlebell Swing

  2. Edged & Blunt Weapons - Barbell Basics (Squat) - Gada (Indian Mace)

  3. Kino Mutai/BJJ Basics - Barbell Basics (Bench Press)

Each Course is $200 (3-Hour Training with 4-8 People, cost is split between participants)