American Eagle Cane Style Test Results

Results for the testing held at the American Martial Arts Institute on May 7, 2019 The following students have tested for new rank in the American Eagle Cane Style: Kay Silvestri is now a Yellow Belt Barbara Hauck is now a Purple Belt If your name appears on this list, see your instructor to receive your test results. All testings are posted within two weeks of the test date at the main location and on the American Martial Arts Institute web site.

Brown Belt Test Results

Results for the testing held at the American Martial Arts Institute on March 4, 2019 The following students have tested for new rank: Junior Rank Matthew Dibble is now a 3rd Rank Brown Belt Samuel Bull is now a 3rd Rank Brown Belt Joseph LaBarbera is now a 2nd Rank Brown Belt Skyler Stiles is now a 2nd Rank Brown Belt Dylan Fedor is now a 1st Rank Brown Belt Adult Rank Isaiah Handy is now a 3rd Rank Brown Belt Adam Ellis is now a 2nd Rank Brown Belt William Baker is now a 1st Rank Brown Belt If your name appears on this list, see your instructor to receive your test results. All testings are posted within two weeks of the test date at the main location and on the American Martial Arts Inst

Cleaning Day 2019

The American Martial Arts Institute's annual Cleaning Day took place on Saturday, May 4, 2019. Instructors in our school are not paid, rather they are advanced students (adult black belts) who have chosen the path of teaching the style can be passed to another generation. This is sometimes referred to as "completing the circle." In addition to teaching, the instructors take care of our "Second Home", the training hall. During the year they work together to clean the facility, take care of basic repairs, and make improvements. One day each year, Grandmaster Crandall and Master Stalloch open up the opportunity to care for our school to the students (brown belts and black belts of all ages

Women's Self Defense Class

Most people never take the time to learn even the most basic self defense concepts. Learning self-defense is not a matter of being paranoid or living in a state of fear or anxiety. It is about recognizing that dangers to your personal safety do exist. Ignorance does not contribute to your personal safety. Instead, knowledge is the key. The mind is your most powerful self-defense tool. Much like a computer, if the brain is not programmed with how to respond to a situation, it cannot react. On Wednesday, April 24, 17 women from Central New York participated in a Women's Self Defense class presented by the American Martial Arts Institute in conjunction with Secure Living Online. The semi

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