Dog Brothers Public Forum
Return To Homepage
Welcome, Guest. Please login or register.
July 24, 2014, 03:21:20 PM

Login with username, password and session length
Search:     Advanced search
Welcome to the Dog Brothers Public Forum.
81239 Posts in 2243 Topics by 1046 Members
Latest Member: MikeT
* Home Help Search Login Register
+  Dog Brothers Public Forum
|-+  Dog Brothers Information
| |-+  Instructor Lists
| | |-+  Canada, Mexico, Latin America
« previous next »
Pages: [1] Print
Author Topic: Canada, Mexico, Latin America  (Read 7043 times)
Power User
Posts: 30602

« on: October 07, 2009, 08:23:22 AM »

Coming soon.
Power User
Posts: 30602

« Reply #1 on: January 06, 2010, 09:51:21 AM »

Nicolás Wachsmann
DBMA Group Leader


Te: 54 11 4741 1864

Nuestras sesiones de entrenamiento están orientadas a comprender, asimilar y descubrir mediante la práctica los distintos aspectos de Dog Brothers Martial Arts: Combate con palos, con manos vacías  y estrategias para sobrevivir en situaciones de defensa personal (ataques con cuchillo, etc.).
Hacemos un especial hincapié en la práctica del sparring (con armas y sin ellas) como método privilegiado de enseñanza y aprendizaje, pero manteniendo siempre la seguridad de cada practicante, evitando lesiones innecesarias.
Nuestro grupo está abierto para todos aquellos que quieran comprometerse con un entrenamiento exigente, aprendiendo un sistema de comprobada efectividad.

Las clases regulares en Buenos Aires están a cargo de Nicolás Wachsmann, él es representante de Dog Brothers Martial Arts para Argentina y está autorizado por Guro Marc Denny para formar Grupos de entrenamiento en este país, en Chile y Uruguay.
Por otro lado Nicolás es alumno privado de GT Leo Gaje Jr. (Pekiti Tirsia Kali) con quien ha entrenado personalmente en su casa de Bacolod, Filipinas.
Es practicante además de Brazilian Jiu Jitsu y Muay Thai.


Let the Howl go forth:

New DBMA Training Group Leaders

Dog Brothers Martial Arts DLO / KALI TUDO Studio – Buenos Aires – Argentina
Guillermo Walter Tabares – DBMA Training Group Leader
E mail :
Tel: 54 (011) 15-3-899-5769

Guillermo is what Argentina calls a "Special Forces" LEO.  His group will be focusing on DLO and Kali Tudo.

Hernan Sevaine
Kombat Eskrima; buenos Aires, Argentina

Hernan's group will be focusing on Real Contact Stickfighting and Kali Tudo.

Nicolas Wachsman's group, in place for some six years now, continues in action as well.

Buenos Aires is a big city and having three groups, each in a different area of the city, will allow for good synergy and make it possible for me to go to BA every year.

« Last Edit: June 20, 2013, 05:29:47 AM by Crafty_Dog » Logged
Power User
Posts: 30602

« Reply #2 on: January 06, 2010, 08:45:00 PM »

Guro Philip "Sled Dog" Gelinas O.D.B.

514-281-9928   (not .com)

Rene"C-Growling Dog" Cocolo
Toronto DBMA Group leader
Toronto Ontario Canada

Loki "Tricky Dog" Jorgenson
Maelstrom Martial Arts
Vancouver, Canada

Tel: (604) 250-4642

Maelstrom Martial Arts provides training in impact and bladed weapons,
specializing in the Southeast Asian arts including kali, pencak silat,
and krabi krabong.  In addition, ground fighting with weapons is
offered, drawing upon Brazilian jiu-jitsu, pencak silat, and
dumog-pangamut.  Critical to the skills acquired in regular classes is
their application in Real Contact fighting.  Dog Brothers Martial Arts
provides the crucible within which all weapon skills at maelstrom are
tested.  Students at all levels are encouraged to develop confidence,
intensity, and insight through regular practice of DBMA - appropriate
for self-defense and home/family security, as well as personal
exploration of the limits of martial expression.

My teachers in Dog Brothers are Philip "Sled Dog" Gelinas of Montreal
and Marc "Crafty Dog" Denny.  I owe both men an incalculable debt of
gratitude for what I have been given.
« Last Edit: April 26, 2012, 06:17:26 PM by Crafty_Dog » Logged
Power User
Posts: 30602

« Reply #3 on: April 14, 2011, 05:39:58 PM »

Prof. Mauricio Sánchez
Tel: 24551564 / 41677902/04455-3655 7690
Power User
Posts: 30602

« Reply #4 on: April 14, 2014, 03:23:18 PM »

Starting to settle in after nearly two weeks on the road.

First some words about my Brazil seminar: Due to unexpected visa problems at the airport in Buenos Aires, my intended seminar, to be hosted by DBMA Group Leader Diego Marroni, did not happen. This greatly inconvenienced many people who had made plans. I have been giving seminars since 1995 and this was the first time that anything like this had ever happened to me and I was deeply embarassed.

Since then, Diego, who is a doctor in Brazilian Army, was stationed elsewhere, and he handed off hosting the seminar to Daniel V. & Daniel C.

The seminar was rescheduled for January 2014, but when I separated my shoulder in December it had to be rescheduled-- for April. Some would have been deterred, but Daniel and Daniel stood by me and for that I am grateful.

Finally we held the seminar the first week of April-- and Diego was able to come up from his post in southern Brazil-- with my recovery incomplete from my shoulder separation it was very helpful to be able to point to him and ask him to demonstrate movements that would have been painful for me. Also attending were some instructors from other parts of the country.

D&D were considerate hosts ( who consistently fed me very well!) and a wonderful group was in attendance. As I looked around the room I saw many people showing solid Kali Silat skills, and thanks to Diego filling in last year in my absence, many of them already had a grasp of our Dos Triques material. D&D give credit to Mas Guro Paulo Albuquerque for the general level that I saw. I had the pleasure of meeeting with the very gracious Mas Guro Paulo (who trains the Brazilian equivalent of our Secret Service) who was kind enough to share some of his thinking on gun disarms with me.

I am very pleased to announce that Daniel V. and Daniel C. are now DBMA Group Leaders for Rio.

I would also like to announce Diego's promotion to DBMA Instructor. In addtion to the month he spent with me in the US, and seeing him move while there, seeing what he was able to impart as he filled in for me last year and have it be retained a year later by those whom he instructed tells me what I need to know.

D&D tell me that August will be a better month for them to bring me back the next time and so the plan is for me to return in August of 2015. There may well be an additional seminar in another part of the country.

On the whole, I am very encouraged by developments in Brazil. The various instructors interested in DBMA get along well with each other and the prospects for synergy amongst the groups are quite promising. Add to that the dynamics of the three DBMA Groups in Argentina (Hernan, Guillermo, and Nicolas) and I can see something very strong taking root in southern South America.

The Adventure continues!
Guro CraftyMarc Denny
Pages: [1] Print 
« previous next »
Jump to:  

Powered by MySQL Powered by PHP Powered by SMF 1.1.19 | SMF © 2013, Simple Machines Valid XHTML 1.0! Valid CSS!