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Arnis

Reflections on the History and Development of Filipino Martial Arts

Arnis by Mark V. Wiley
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Arnis: Reflections on the History and Development of the Filipino Martial Arts is an intriguing collection of essays on Filipino martial arts in general, and arnis in particular, written by some of the leading lights of arnis, one of the world's fastest growing martial arts. Featured are insightful essays by:
  • Krishna K. Godhania
  • Antonio E. Somera
  • Abner G. Pasa
  • Dr. Jopet Laraya
  • Felipe P. beano, Jr.
  • Rene J. Navarro
For centuries, Filipino martial arts have played integral and often momentous roles in the history of the Philippines and in the survival of the Filipino people. But what are these arts? Where do they come from? How have they developed? Where are they headed? And what inner dimensions do they offer their practitioners? These questions, among others, form the basis of Arnis: Reflections on the History and Development of the Filipino Martial Arts.

Mark V. Wiley is a student and historian of Filipino martial arts and culture. He has made over a dozen trips to the Philippines to research Filipino martial arts and healing traditions, and he writes for numerous martial arts publications. Wiley lives in Bel Air, Maryland, where he holds classes in kalis Ilustrisimo, ngo cho kun, and qigong
Tuttle Publishing; August 2012
200 pages; ISBN 9781462907427
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Title: Arnis
Author: Mark V. Wiley
 
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