Silat Scathach (Cheam, Surrey) --
Sword Master Cecily Fay has been training in silat since 1995, and quickly became the double European Champion. She became the senior instructor of Seni Silat Haqq Melayu and began teaching in 1999. she then went on to study the Indonesian style Wali Songo Silat and became and instructor that style in 2005. With 11 years of teaching experience, cecily has formed Silat Scathach, drawing upon principles and techniques from both styles. Scathach is the female warrior and martial teacher of Celtic myth. she teaches the Irish hero Cuchulainn his martial art skills. she is the the original western archetype of the female martial arts teacher, and so is a fitting figure of inspiration for cecily, who is of Celtic descent herself. Silat is the comprehensive fighting art from malaysia and indonesia. It is a self defence and combative art form style suitable for both men and women of all ages, shapes and sizes. It incorporates all aspects of: Body conditioning Ground fighting take downs Seni - traditional form pukulan - multiple striking Harimau - tiger style Grappling, locks and throws Knife defence and combat Sword form and combat Meditation and inner energy practices Kembanan - the flower dance. kris Contact Cecily at firstname.lastname@example.org for class times and details.