METHOD FILIPINO MARTIAL ARTS
With nearly six decades of experience, Karran-Sifu Glenn C. Abrescy leads KSD. He ensures that the family art stays true to its roots as it is passed from generation to generation.
"The Deadly Triangle" represents power, unity and strength, while the stick represents spirit, mind and body. Included is an ancient tribal war shield, balisong and Tamaraw water buffalo.
The Kemscrima-Doh Association (KSDA) unifies all members of the Eastwind Headquarters in Merced along with official affiliate chapters in Arizona, Utah and Tennessee. Register Now!
From affiliate chapters in Prescott, Mesa and Tucson, AZ to Morrisson, TN, Kemscrima-Doh continues to spread nationwide beyond the Central Valley. Learn More
The late founder of Imua Kuntao-Kai Karate-Doh and Sifu Glenn Abrescy's honored teacher, is responsible for the Kuntao flavors and principles found in Kemscrima-Doh today.
Sifu Glenn Abrescy's uncle, mentor and first martial arts instructor responsible for sharing the Canonigo Clan stick fighting art of Naga-Cebu, Philippines.
In 1985, Grandmaster Glenn C. Abrescy founded the art of Kemscrima-Doh which blends the footwork found in Indonesian Kuntao, the flowing principles found in Filipino Escirma and the destructive principles found in Chinese Kempo and Japanese Karate. The term Kemscrima-Doh stems from three parts: KEM, SCRIMA and DOH. "KEM" represents Kempo, Chuan-Fa, Kajukenbo Kempo/Gung-Fu, Imua Kuntaw/Silat and Karate. "SCRIMA" represents Escrima, Kali, Arnis, Okinawan Kobudo, Bladed Weapons, Stick Arts and Trapping Hand Techniques. While "DOH" marries the two terms and translates to the taoist term for "the way" or universal order and enlightenment.