Arakan Martial Art self defence Gold Coast, Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne
PH 1300 132 311

Private Lessons

Private lessons are without a shadow of a doubt the quickest way for you to gain real results!

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Arakan for Men

Along your journey, you will gain the ability to protect yourself and your loved ones in real situations...

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Arakan for Women

We at Arakan Martial Art® are dedicated to help our ladies become empowered and to stay safe...

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Arakan for Juniors

Give your child a massive advantage in life…

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Health & Fitness

The results gained from training Arakan Martial Art is unique to the results gained from other fitness programs....

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Videos

You’ll be inspired by training with fellow members who are fun, dedicated and positive.

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What is Arakan Martial Art?

Arakan is a Burmese martial art which is perfectly practical and adaptable to self defence situations which you may face in society today. You’ll gain awesome self- defence skills as well as fitness and health results.

Arakan Martial Art teaches members how to utilise many parts of the body including hands, legs, elbows, knees etc in a free flowing manner.

Arakan Martial Art self defence classes and private lessons are available in a large number of areas around Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and the Gold Coast.

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Arakan Training Day 2016

When I was invited to write about Training Day, I wondered if it was because, from what I saw, I was the only one who lost blood. More on that later.

The seven-strong Melbourne contingent landed on the Coast in 2 waves. My partner and I were in the later Friday night convoy. I remember being en route to the Coast in our Europcar rental and discussing with our friend (and fellow student) what we were anticipating for the next day. Descriptors like nervous, excited, trepidatious never strayed far from our expectations, which were largely speculative, as we were all first-timers at an Arakan Training Day....

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Instructor Profile - Richard Burkett

I remember meeting Richie when he was approximately fifteen years old, I was teaching at Southport High School, when Richie and his group of friends enquired about what is was that I was teaching. After a brief conversation, the boys convinced me to start teaching them on a weekly basis. I will always remember these classes very fondly, a group of boys just training hard without too many conscious desired goals. Richie was always very athletic and coordinated and would love to learn everything he could about fighting; a passion will still share approximately twenty years later.  READ MORE