Pekiti Tirsia Kali

Pekiti Tirsia Europe HQ brings interested people together in the idea and spirit of making friends and not enemies. A place where we share the practical way of self defense that is the indigenous filipino martial art of Pekiti Tirsia Kali, as well as cultivate the positive awareness and the wisdom given to us by Grand Tuhon Leo T. Gaje and Tuhon emeritus Uli Weidle.

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Dominik Muschweck


Mandala Mandatus 5. Hagdan Dominik Muschweck is an official Instructor of the Pekiti Tirsia Europe.
Martial Arts since: 1998
Pekiti Tirsia since: 2008

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Head Instructor at Pekiti Tirsia Kali Mittelfranken, Fürth, Germany


Dominik is doing martial arts for 15 years. His path led him to
karate, Muay Thai, MMA and Jiu-Jitsu (2nd Dan)  until he found
Pekiti Tirsia Kali. For  self-defense for him and fundamentally different teaching
methods of the PTK from other martial arts, he takes the long way
to Bamberg, the Tao eV, to train with his mentor Mandala Helmut
Bauer. For him there is no Martial Art for self-defense more effective and fundamentaly different in teaching methods than PTK. That's why he takes for many years the long road to Bamberg to the Tao eV, to train with his mentor Mandala Helmut Bauer. In 2011 he finally founded the Pekiti Tirsia group in Fürth (near Nuremberg, Bavaria).
Since he discovered Kali, he has devoted himself
exclusively to this martial art. Dominik trained regularly with style
keeper Grandtuhon Leo Gaje JR. and European head coach Tuhon Uli
Weidle. In February 2013 he spent several weeks at Grandtuhon Leo
Gaje on the Philippines in order to learn at the source.
Dominik's goal is to get people actively engaged with the theme
"violence". Violence is omnipresent: from the television series to
the news. The path, which is gone by many - just shut the eyes,
look away and think "this does not happen to me" - is in his
opinion the wrong way. In turn even prefer to grab sooner than
later to violence is no solution either. Dominik has been searching for a long time in various martial arts for answers and found this ultimately only in
Kali. Protect yourself and others is the big goal. In his opinion violence begins
long before the physical confrontation and is afterwards far from over.
Last modified: 02.04.2018 19:22