EOMA Kick Boxing
Since the age of 16 (1986)
I (Mr.C) have always been involved in the martial arts, I decided to take all of my knowledge and skills with my wife (Sharon)
assistance, to create EOMA Kick Boxing. The first class commenced in January 2008.
I’m always looking to improve and develop the style as my knowledge
of the martial arts grows!
In 2011 I began my studies of Shan Xi style Xing Yi Quan in Beijing with my BaGuaZhang master Mr
Xiang Zheng. He gave me permission to incorporate it into EOMA saying "the combination of long range kicks and xing yi's
close quarter hand techniques would make it a formidable style".
The main concepts of EOMA are based on the theory of Yin & Yang; the techniques
can be soft and fluid as well as dynamic and powerful.
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Are suitable for anyone and everyone, from total beginner to advanced!
With regular training you can benefit from improved:
fitness, muscle tone, strength & weight loss,
Confidence, Personal Discipline & Respect.
is based on concepts from Tae Kwon Do, Karate, Western boxing, Chinese Kung Fu & Muay Thai kick boxing.
are taught in a fun and safe environment they comprise of:
A physical workout to improve
general fitness especially cardio vascular health,
Stretching & Flexibility,
Kick boxing style pad work & circuits,
light continuous kick boxing (we call it 50/50),
Qian Quan- 1000 fists form.
So if you are looking for a great work out
as well as meeting new friends get in contact with us!
Do you want your child/children to learn and improve on the following:
Junior EOMA classes are especially
suited and designed for children to learn and benefit from the above qualities; they will
also gain goal setting skills i.e.
Belt progression, twice a year they will be tested on their newly
learnt skills for achieving their next belts.
Merit badges, every 8 weeks they can go
for a merit badge these are a specific martial art skill, if performed correctly can be gained,
Belts and Badges are not just
given, they have to work for them, and this is a great life skill to learn, not just in class but at home, in school and in
As well as benefiting by learning and understanding those above qualities they will also improve
their general fitness and health, help focus their minds,
learn practical skills to protect themselves, all in a fun and safe environment.
EOMA Student Creed
1. I shall be kind, courteous and show respect at all times.
2. I shall use self-control and not show off to others!
3. I shall only use what I learn for practice,
to protect myself/my family or help defend the weak & elderly.
4. I shall be respectful of other people's beliefs and ideas.
5. I shall study & practice hard to become the best I can.
Adult classes are from the ages 12+
Junior classes are from ages 7-11.
Earth & Ocean Martial Arts is non competitive, we train for life! Not trophies!
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Earth & Ocean
Martial Arts videos
Mr Ley Northam Devon Students demo.
Junior student Matthew aged 10 performing Qian Quan- 1st part basic hand form
8th June 2013, Earth Ocean Martial arts first ever Black Belts
|Simon, Stanilee, Wayne & Damien
DAMIEN WILLIAMS, aged 12, was one of four students
to be the first to pass their black belt grading for Earth and Ocean Martial Arts WAYNE LEY, SIMON NICHOLSON and RICHARD BRAUND were also successful.
The examination lasted three hours as the group, who have been studying for four years or more, were
tested on everything they had learnt."I am very proud to see them all achieve this
great accolade and I am honoured to call them black belts."Damien, even though only
being 12, kept up with the adults throughout the grading."Mr Ian Godfrey, a black belt in karate, gave me the benefit of his experience on the grading panel.
Well done to them all!
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|Earth & Ocean Martial Arts
|Bideford half marathon march 2010
|Certificate awarded in recognition of our donation to cancer research
|bullers arms display