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This page serves as a knowledge base for our members. Here you will find teaching material and resources for your studies.

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Online overview

Here you will find a table of contents of our online teaching content.

➔ Overview page

First steps

Here you will find recommended first steps for new members.

➔ Getting Started



Here you will find general knowledge about Pahuyuth.

➔ Pahuyuth General


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Here you will find archive material on the subject of Pahuyuth.

➔ Pahuyuth Archive

MUAI Online

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Here you can find knowledge about stand up fighting.

➔ MUAI online

➔ MUAI General

➔ MUAI Curriculum

➔ MUAI Archive


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MEED Online

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Here you will find knowledge about knife fighting.

➔ MEED online

➔ MEED General

➔ MEED Curriculum

➔ MEED Archive


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Here you can find knowledge about shield fighting.

➔ MAI SAWK online

➔ MAI SAWK General

➔ MAI SAWK Curriculum

➔ MAI SAWK Archive

DAAB Online

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Here you can find knowledge about sword fighting.

➔ DAAB online

➔ DAAB General

➔ DAAB Curriculum

➔ DAAB Archive


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Here you can find knowledge about staff fighting.

➔ GRABONG online

➔ GRABONG General

➔ GRABONG Curriculum

➔ GRABONG Archive

SABAI Online

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Here you can find knowledge about scarf fighting.

➔ SABAI online

➔ SABAI General

➔ Curriculum

➔ Archive


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YAAN Online

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Here you will find knowledge about Yaan Meditation.

➔ YAAN online

➔ YAAN General

➔ YAAN Curriculum

➔ YAAN Archive


Here you can find technical support topics.

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Listen – Think – Ask – Exercise

Typical for the knowledge transfer by a Pahuyuth teacher is the pedagogical principle of the “recommending character”. Here, knowledge is imparted exclusively in the form of recommendations, while the actual acquisition of knowledge or cognition occurs through the practical exercise and discovery of the student himself. The aim of this teaching method is not to train an absolute fighter who knows solely the truth of his teacher, but to develop an individually qualified Free-Warrior.

Based on this educational principle, the following course of action is strongly recommended for all students who are willing to learn:


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First, the student should listen or watch as closely as possible. This is followed by self-examination through thinking along. Afterwards, there is the possibility to check one’s own perceptions and conclusions by asking. Only then can optimal knowledge acquisition be achieved through practical exercise.

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