The Combined Martial Arts Academy (CMAA) was the inspiration of Senior Instructor Glen Gardiner and the original members who envisioned a training facility where people could train in a supervised, safe, and clean environment. The academy offers students the unique opportunity to learn an eclectic assortment of combative and realistic Martial Arts techniques from numerous systems at the one training facility.
The CMAA is a “Non-Profit” Club. All instructors donate their time and experience paying the same fees as their students. Instructors receive no payment whatsoever. Donations-training fees for participating in training are accepted as are sponsorships from supporting entities and organizations. These donations are used to pay for the facilities and their upkeep, purchase or repair of equipment, pay for the expenses of guest instructors traveling to the dojos to conduct seminars from overseas, and assist club members traveling to compete in National or International competition or attend seminars and training camps overseas.
The CMAA currently have training locations in Jakarta, Bali (Indonesia), Townsville (Australia), New Zealand and Singapore and are affiliated with clubs in Alice Springs, Cairns, Canberra, Sydney, Newcastle, Hobart and Adelaide in Australia. The CMAA also has affiliations with clubs in the USA, Japan, and the Philippines.
The CMAA currently conducts training classes seven days a week focusing on the martial arts systems taught, Zen Goshu Goshin Jutsu, Cacoy Doce Pares Arnis/Eskrima, Wing Chun, Capoeira, Tae Kwon Do and Aikido.
The academy also conducts specific classes for children with classes currently conducted for international schools. These include after school activities for the Australian and New Zealand International Schools in Jakarta.
Self-defense for men and women is also taught with programs being developed on request to suit the specific needs of the participants. These workshops focus on security and awareness as well as realistic and practicle self defence techniques for persons who are not martial artists and have a normal level of fitness.
Fitness training in addition to normal training classes is conducted every morning from 6 am to 7 am Monday to Friday. Fitness training comprises X-Fit training programs focusing on explosive strength, speed and endurance. Fitness classes comprise body weight and free weight circuit training. Strength, endurance, interval, and cardio activities are included to maximize participants potential and optimize gains.
The CMAA offers a broad range of realistic and combative styles to students. All training is well supervised in a safe and responsible manner in a clean and well equiped facility. All instructors are highly experienced and qualified in numerous martial arts styles and have coaching accreditation and teaching experience and qualifications. The CMAA has developed for the benefit of all participants risk management, OH&S, policies and guidelines. These policies outline the commitment of the CMAA to provide a safe and secure training environment for all their members.
Please do not hesitate to visit our facility or contact us if you have any questions and would like to find out more about the CMAA.