The Kali Sikaran is influenced by the history of Southeast Asia, especially the Majapahit Empire. The Majapahit was an Empire (1293-1500) where the bull was the symbol of the Empire. The bull itself was the symbol for power. The circle on top of the bulls head was the symbol of spiritual strength. The Majapahit Army was composed from some of the best
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The progression in Kali Sikaran is built up by 5 student phases where the practitioner learns the different parts from basic moves into reactions, flow and selfdefence applications. When a phase is understood there is an examination to make sure the student is confident enough in the skills learned to move on. After the 5 student phases there is the titles for different levels of Guro which start with Kadua Guro (equivalent to 1st Degree Black Belt).
About Kali Sikaran
Kali Sikaran has its roots in the Martial Arts of the Philippines and the Southeast Asian Countries. A modern meaning for this represents physical capability and warrior spirit where the practitioner train the body and the mind to deal with different kind of challenges.