Filipino Martial Arts (Kali-Arnis-Escrima)

Guro Ryan “Bagani” Cordero is a highly decorated instructor of FMA (Filipino Martial Arts) based in New Jersey, USA.  He has been teaching martial arts for the past 21 years.  He has a background in different martial arts like Tang Soo Do, 4th Dan Black Belt in ITF Taekwon-do, Instructor in Kickboxing and a Mixed Martial Arts practitioner and competitor.

Learn, propagate, and preserve the Filipino Martial Arts as you discover the purpose, history, and heart of this treasured national art. FMA expert Bagani teaches both practical self-defense for both men and women, as well as its role in the Philippine culture and heritage. FMA or Filipino Martial Arts (Kali-Arnis-Escrima) is the national martial art and national sport of the Philippines. It refers to the fighting methods originating in the Philippines which emphasize weapon-based fighting with sticks, knives, bladed weapons, and various improvised weapons, as well as “empty hand or unarmed” techniques using the same principles and training methodology used for weaponry.


FMA is taught in schools, martial arts centers as well as military and law enforcement agencies worldwide. We offer this class to kids, teens, and adults. Practitioners can develop different positive physical and mental benefits through Filipino Martial Arts training.

Los Angeles, CA Time
5:00 PM – 6:00 PM
December 18, 2020

Filipino Martial Arts $9.99 (5PM FRI 12/18)


Los Angeles, CA Time
5:00 PM – 6:00 PM

SATURDAY, January 16, 2021
SATURDAY, January 23, 2021
SATURDAY, January 30, 2021
SATURDAY, February 6, 2021
SATURDAY, February 13, 2021
SATURDAY, February 20, 2021
SATURDAY, February 27, 2021
SATURDAY, March 6, 2021

Filipino Martial Arts Series Class $79.99 (5PM SAT 01/16-03/06)


Despite a wide range of expertise, his primary specialty is our very own national martial art called KALI also known as Arnis and Escrima.  After learning FMA (Filipino Martial Art) from the group Mandirigmang Kaliradman, he started his own FMA group called Bagani Kali Combatives. He continued teaching FMA when he migrated to the United States where he is currently pursuing his advocacy of promoting and propagating the Filipino Martial Arts worldwide.