UNIVERSAL WARRIOR ARTS

To master the Art of Universal Warrior Martial Arts, Ju-Jutsu, Self-Defense and Karate, you must be prepared to practice with discipline and patience. Remember that you are laying down the foundations for one of the most Sophisticated, Graceful and Powerful martial arts, which has been adopted from the Orient and founded in America.

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The Meaning of The Patch The U.W.A.

Federation patch represents the training of the mind, body and spirit. The pyramid, an ancient and powerful symbol (Triad), represents the Mind, Body & Spirit. The Yin/Yang symbol, which is an age-old universal concept, represents balance. Complimentary to each other are the clenched fist on the right, which represents war, and the open hand on the left which represents peace. The Chinese Dragon represents Wisdom, Power, and Good Fortune. The Kanji (Japanese Writing) on the U.W.A. patch represents the elements of Earth, Wind (Air), Fire, Water, and Iron (self-awareness). The Black Background represents the Universe/Infinity. The Red Circle Border represents Karma (energy). On the rank certificate, the Kanji represents Universal Warrior Arts.

The Ying Yang

The outer circle is black and the inner circle is white, with the entire circle being symbolic of two fish. If one were to pick any one point in the circle, they would find that point unbroken. This means there is complete harmony between the white fish and the black fish. In addition, the yin and the yang also symbolize one being in tune with the universe, nature, and one’s spirit (one’s self). That is the principle that all should strive for complete harmony with one’s self. The Dragon (Chinese) The dragon is an age-old symbol of the highest spiritual essence embodying wisdom, strength and divine power to transform the spirit.

List of “Kata” taught at Universal Warrior Arts Academies

Kata is pre-arranged sequence of blocks, kicks, and punches against imaginary opponents. Visualizing Counter Attacks for Defense.The Katas listed below are taught to the students at Universal Warrior Arts HQs under the Direct supervision of Grandmaster Austin Wright Sr.

Traditional Okinawan Isshin-Ryu and American Empty Hand Katas (Forms)

Seisan
Seiunchin
Naihanchi
Wansu
Chinto
Kusanku
Sunsu
Sanchin
Kusanku Sai

Universal Warrior Arts Katas

Earth (Chi)
Wind (Baram)
Fire (Bool)
Water (Mul)
Weapons Kata
Iron (Sword)
Bo
Jo
Nunchaku