Ranking Curriculum Series

Learn the training progression from white belt (kasimula) and above. This Curriculum was formulated by the Grandmasters to build the necessary foundation and to guide you in understanding the totality of modern arnis.

Classical Systems Series

Explore the depths of modern arnis By selecting any classical systems, like Palis Palis, Abaniko, Dikitan, Sungkite, Espada y Daga, Kruzada and many more...

FMA Weapon Series

Which Filipino Martial Arts Weaponry is best for you? Drop the sticks and learn other FMA Weaponry like Knife, Karambit, Sword, Dulo Dulo, Sword and Dagger and other weaponries...

Master Dulay Teaches it as GM Remy Presas came back in the philippines in this way even though he incorporates the "new" Progression and the "old" Method as well as Incorporating the Classical Styles of Modern Arnis into his Teachings of Tapi Tapi.

(Using the classical theories of Palis system, Abaniko system, and the Krusada system Master Dulay incorporates and manipulates the movements and theories to excel in Tapi Tapi.)

He did a Great Lesson on the Historical Developments and Connections between the Old and the New Tapi Tapi Methods

Tapi Tapi in the Philippines is always connected to the previous "Drill", KURIDAS, that was taught in Negros Occidental before GM Remy Presas went to US, in the Later Years became known as "Tapi Tapi"

The "Tapi Tapi Drill" was basically the "latest stage of Development" the Professor taught - it was taught in Negros Philippines, to the first generations before GM Remy Presas goes into the Philippines.It is not the way he had been teaching in the Philippines before he came to the US; so this "Drill" is quite unknown in the PI. There are only a few Students of Remy who have been taught this "latest Version" of Tapi Tapi by him personally when he made his last Trips back to the PI.

But mainly in the Modern Arnis Comunity of the Philippines it basically is a "Counter for Counter" Method (that became know in the US more by the name of "the Flow") - and is also considered a complete "Style" such as the Classical Methods of Palis Palis, Krusada, Dikitan, Abaniko, Sungkite, Rompida or OchoOcho.

The heart of Modern Arnis is Tapi-Tapi, which means, "counter for counter." The idea is simple: no matter what your opponent does, be educated and prepared with a counter. When two practitioners work together, the counters continue back and forth until one partner "catches" the other

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