Welcome

Hello,

I’m Jean Francois “Jeff” Espinous, Founder of KSE. I have been practicing Martial Arts for more than 45 years and teaching for the last 30…

I have trained in many different systems…

All of them have their own values and beliefs, which I have a great respect for…

 

With more than 30 years of training in Filipino Martial Arts, Pencak Silat & Muay Boran. I made my own training program…

It’s my way of training…

My way of teaching…

My personal vision…

Upcoming Seminars

10.-11. December 2016

GERMANY

Karlsruhe

Kali Silat Evolution

Guro Amaury Eber

21.-22. January 2017

GERMANY

Karlsruhe

Kali Silat Evolution

Dakilang Guro Jeff Espinous

Summer Camp 2017

PORTUGAL

09.-11. July 2017

Povoa De Varzim

KSInstructor Camp

Instructors: Dakilang Guro Jeff Espinous 

PORTUGAL

11.-16. July 2017

Povoa De Varzim

Kali Silat Evolution 

Summercamp Camp

Instructors:

Dakilang Guro Jeff Espinous & KSE Guros

My Approach

In my mind, Filipino Martial Arts is not only a weapons system. It's a true Warrior Arts with all the fighting aspects. I find the FMA as one of the most organized and rational Fighting Systems. It's practical, efficient and at the same time it has given me the opportunity to create and define myself as a Martial Artist. 

 

But KSis not only FMA. It's also heavily influenced by Pencak Silat, Muay Boran and Western Boxing. Each of these Arts works together... They complete each other with their personal values...

 

I truly believe that KSE should enable my students to create on their own, to define on their own... 

 

Martial Arts should help us to find our ability to adapt to any given situation. Find our way to survive in any situation...

 

Kali Silat Evolution more than techniques...

It's a state of mind...

KSE...

Be in Motion...

About KSE

KSE is a modern synthesis of several traditional Filipino Martial Arts and South East Asian Martial Arts. The training concepts of KSE are composed of several sub-systems. These sub-systems are Panantukan (Filipino Boxing), Sikaran (Filipino Kicking), Sinawali (Double Sticks), Solo Baston (Single Stick), Daga (Knife Fighting), Espada Y Daga (Sword and Dagger), Kadena De Mano (Filipino Trapping) and Dumog (Filipino Grappling) and Pencak Silat Concept.

In addition, KSE  is heavily influenced by the Arts of Bando, Krabi Krabong, Muay Boran and Western Boxing Concept 

  

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