has its roots in the Martial Arts of the Philippines and the Southeast Asian countries. A modern meaning for this is represented by physical capability and warrior spirit where the practitioner train the body and the mind to deal with different kinds of challenges.
Kali Sikaran is built around six basic blocks (or technique categories) that are closely interwoven. The technical principles are common in all blocks and gives the practitioner a strong and functional base for self defense. Functionality is more important than form and every student will get help to tweak their skills for their attributes (size, strength, stamina etc).
When the practitioner becomes more advanced a few extra blocks are added to the training syllabus. These blocks are more based on the art than on pure self defense, like Espada y Daga, training with sword and dagger.