Adult Classes


What do we Teach?


Students at Eastern Academy of Mixed Martial Arts learn a unique blend
of the most effective martial arts styles that exist.

 (Muay Thai) – Thai Boxing

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Muay Thai – Thai Boxing, developed in Thailand drives from the Thai military art of Kabri – Kabrong and is the national sport of Thailand. An art from which utilizes the practitioner’s natural body weapons; punches, elbow strikes, kneeing, and powerful kicks with the shin, to create a devastating fighting style, in both the ring and on the street. The use of specially designed striking equipment allows you to deliver blows with full force and with an emphasis on the physical conditioning and cardiovascular benefits of Muay Thai – Thai Boxing. The students will not only improve their martial arts ability, fighting ability and self defense, they also gain a greater physical appreciation of what can be accomplished by training in the art of Muay Thai – Thai Boxing. There is no belt system in Thai Boxing and it can be learned quickly. Learn more about Muay Thai at Wikipedia >>


The Filipino Martial Arts

The Filipino martial art is one of the most exciting, complete, and practical of the martial Arts. This is a weapon-based art that stresses the relationship between weapons, empty hands, and footwork. Unlike any other Martial art, weapons are taught first. The Filipino martial art training includes: single and double stick techniques, representing a bladed weapon, single and double knives, short and long sticks. These techniques are all practical for use on the street. Learn more about Filipino Martial Arts at Wikipedia >>


Jun Fan Gung Fu Jeet Kune Do Concepts / The art and philosophy of Bruce Lee

Jun Fan Gung Fu (Jeet Kune Do Concepts) is the name for the concepts developed by the late Sifu Bruce Lee. Jun Fan Gung Fu is the foundation from which Jeet Kune Do evolved. Bruce Lee’s concept was to be well rounded and continually adapting. The philosophy frees it practitioner form sticking to any one style. The students learn to flow from long distance kicking range to middle distance hand range and close quarter trapping and grappling range. Jun Fan (JKD) training consists of punching and striking techniques, kicking, kneeing and joint locking, grappling, takedowns, and sweeping techniques. Jun Fan (JKD) includes Western Boxing, Wrestling, Judo, Jiu-Jitsu, Wing Chun, Fencing, Thai Boxing, French Savate, etc…  Learn more about Jeet Kune Do Arts at Wikipedia >>

Gracie / Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu

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Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (Grappling) is the most respected fighting style in the world. Through training the students will develop the physical and technical skills to successfully execute defensive and offensive moves, the ability to plan and anticipate all counter moves, and perfect the strategies of takedowns, sweeps, throws, body positioning, and body control. Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (Grappling) will provide you with a physical and mental challenge that encourages growth as an individual and a Martial Artist.
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Combat Submission Wrestling (CSW / MMA)


Combat Submission Wrestling or CSW is a no holds-barred fighting system (vale tudo) founded by World light-Heavyweight Shootwrestling Champion  Sensei Erik Paulson. CWS is a blend of grappling techniques and concepts from Judo, Freestyle, Wrestling, Greco Roman Wrestling. With submissions and maneuvers from Shootwrestling, Brazlian Jiu-Jitsu, Sambo and Catchascatchcan, as well as striking techniques from Boxing, Muay Thai (Thai-Boxing), French Savate kickboxing, and STX (Sensei Paulson’s own Savate- Thai Boxing cross blend). CSW teaches the students how to effectively function and flow offensively and defensively from kicking to punching and grappling range ultimately on the ground.


Silat (Minangkabausilek) is a collective word for indigenous martial arts from a geo-cultural area of Southeast Asiaencompassing most of the Indonesian Archipelago, the Melayu of Indonesia and part of Melayu (Malay Peninsula), and the entirety of the Nusantara(South East Asia). Originally developed in what are now Indonesia, Melayu at Peninsular Malaysia, South Thailand, and Singapore, it is also traditionally practiced in BruneiVietnam and the southern Philippines. There are hundreds of different styles but they tend to focus either on strikes, joint manipulation, throws, bladed weaponry, or some combination thereof. Silat is one of the sports included in the Southeast Asian Games and other region-wide competitions.


Membership Cost: $180/month and up.