Richmond, B. C - Creative Fighters Guild
Creative Fighters Guild offers streaming martial arts lessons in the martial arts of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Filipino Kali, and Jeet Kune Do Concepts, along with components of Wing Chun, Savate, Muay Thai and more. Learn practical kick boxing techniques online derived from some of the most respected names in the martial arts world. Utilizing different aspects of Brazilian jiu jitsu, kick boxing, kali, and many other styles CFG incorporates only practical techniques in its fighting style.
Great School, been there for about 5 years after 7 years at another school, and I am happy where I am now. Great vibe off of everyone, just an overall great school to train at.
Brazilian Jiu Jitsu taught by 2 Black Belts under Megaton Dias and Rickson Gracie.
JKD and the Filipino Martial Arts taught by one of our BJJ Black Belts Trevor Clarkon a Senior Full Instructor, One of a handful of Senior Full Instructors in Jeet Kune Do & the Filipino Martial Arts under Paul Vunak of Progressive Fighting Systems.
Last edited by ForzaItalianos; 11/16/2006 3:02pm at .
Awesome school. I miss going to the Coquitlam branch.
It's a pretty nice school my friend ForzaItalianos goes there, great equipment and from what I have seen they have a pretty good grappling instruction. Anyone near their schools should check it out, drop in for a trial class ;)
One of the best schools I have trained in. Sensei Trevor Clarkson is the best. They offer Judo classes now at the Richmond branch. Been training there for about 4 months now, and I'm really happy with the teaching.
Where the **** did this one come from.
Christ, what an awful review. Lucky for "it", it predates the tightened forum review standards posted by your's truly and can have a pass...maybe.
Since you train there can you post up a review of your own for this school. Let us know who the instructors are, what they teach, how classes are set up, ect, ect, ect.
If you do I can get rid of the "cut and paste" internet add shown above and put something of substance in that would do the school better justice.