Who We Are & What We Teach:
We’d like to thank you for taking an interest in Ethos Combatives! We offer classes in the following arts:
- Bruce Lee’s art, Jun Fan Jeet Kune Do
- Filipino Martial Arts, sometimes referred to as Arnis, Eskrima, or Kali
- Silat, a martial art created by the Malay people of Malaysia, the Philippines, and Indonesia.
You can learn more about those martial arts on our About Us page and you can learn more about Adrian Hayes and Nathan Hayes on their instructor pages! We’ve also posted a few videos at the bottom of this page to help you get a better idea what our martial arts are about.
Where We’re Located:
We are a new martial arts school, currently offering classes out of our home studio as we grow toward opening our first facility! We know that it can be a little daunting to train at a home school, but many of the best JKD classes are taught in someone’s home and every business has to start somewhere! (Even Google started in a garage!) You can find us at the the address listed below. You can also click the thumbnails to see photos of our home studio!
240 Summer Winds Lane
Inman, SC 29349
Your membership at Ethos Combatives enables you to attend all of our classes! We have both family and individual rates available and you can learn more about our membership options and available discounts on our Schedule/Cost page! We’d like to break those specials down for you below:
- Individual membership is discounted to just $80 per month! (20% Discount)
- Family Membership is discounted to just $120 per month! (20% Discount)
- Military and Public Service Personnel pay just $70 per month! (30% Discount)
We’d love to address your questions! You can connect with us on Facebook, Google Plus, Twitter, YouTube, or you can send your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org! You can also call us at 864-381-7837!
We’d also love to answer your questions in person. Call us to schedule your Free Introductory Class!
In the following vintage interview on the Pierre Burton Show, Bruce Lee describes the philosophy behind Jeet Kune Do:
In the following vintage video, Sifu (Cantonese title for “Teacher” used in JKD) Inosanto demonstrates JKD trapping principles:
In the following video, Guro (Filipino word for “Teacher”) Inosanto presents a history of Filipino Martial Arts followed by some great demonstrations with Guro Joel Clark at The Smithsonian:
In the following video, Guro Inosanto demonstrates Silat, a component of Filipino Martial Arts:
In the following video, Suzanne Luna Spezzano demonstrates Madjapahit Silat: