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Rebecca is an expert in Filipino martial arts which include versions of boxing, kick-boxing and stick fighting but in 2005 Rebecca opened the Kane Academy at Perseverance Mills in Lockwood where she trains people of all ages and backgrounds in the finer points of martial arts and the selfdiscipline and the respect which accompanies them.
Suliva is a 9th dan blackbelt, the highest-ranked Filipino martial arts expert in Middle East and the founder-chief instructor of Philippine Arbokaido Martial Arts Club (PAMAC) International and founder-president of Philippine Martial Arts Sports Association (PHILMASA) International.
The court heard that Graham, trained in a Filipino martial art using knives and fighting sticks, had an outstanding warrant out for him when he arrived in Britain from New Zealand in 1999.
Kali, for those of you who don't waste time on the Internet, is a Filipino martial art.
The three, who are based at the High Heaton centre, had to learn a range of techniques, including kick-boxing, Karate, grappling and the Filipino martial art of Kali Arnis, using bamboo sticks.
She has studied tae kwon do and tai chi sword, is learning Filipino martial arts and American kenpo karate, and plans to train in Krav Maga, the Israeli system of self-defense.
She joined a dozen youngsters who watched Keith Gilliland, a representative for the Grand Master of Filipino Martial Arts, show off his skills at Lillington library in Valley Road as part of the summer activities programme.
James holds instructor ratings in Red Boat Wing Chun, Jeet Kune Do (developed by Bruce Lee) and the Filipino martial arts.