Pagan Martial Artists


Pagan Martial Artists

A group for Pagans who practice a martial path along with their spiritual path. No matter what style, rank, gender, orientation, or experience level, all pagan martial artists are welcome.

Members: 139
Latest Activity: Jun 27, 2017

Discussion Forum

Does size really matter?

Started by Crooked Sky. Last reply by Kurido Mar 16, 2017. 26 Replies

What is the worst injury you have had?

Started by Crooked Sky. Last reply by Selkieborn Dec 15, 2016. 18 Replies


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Comment by Robert son of Loki Stelter on September 22, 2016 at 10:03pm
Had a great class of balintawak tonight and the routine works for the axe and shield also and it fits into all the weapons of my ancestors
Comment by Robert son of Loki Stelter on September 22, 2016 at 7:39am
My name is bobby I practice balintawak escrima and I love it as much as ido being a heathen
Comment by Rain on July 24, 2013 at 12:40pm

Hey guys I have a group page specifically for Aikido if anyone would like to join that as well. Look for "Pagan Aikido-ka" in the group search

Comment by Storm_Raven on June 9, 2013 at 6:54pm

hey everyone, I'm back after a long strange winding path. One that has led me from Aiki-hapkido to Ninjitsu and even deeper into my path as a Celtic Pagan...I started studying years ago at the behest of my goddess, who said simply it was not enough to understand the way of the warrior as a mental exercise, "GO get trained!" So I got my black belt in Aiki-hapkido, but then had tapped out my teacher (figuratively)! So just a reality check... what are the chances of being led to a tiny little dojo to study under an amazing teacher who pretends for years to be a christian (though I'm looking around the room and most of the students are anything but...)Suddenly after 2years of training with him, he comes out the closet and admits he's dedicated to 2 of the same deities as me for years, but has been attempting to be christian for the sake of his marriage...Does this seem like a set up to anyone else? So deeper down the rabbit hole I go, to see where i'm led next!

If ever I wonder if the Gods exist, along comes something like this and reconfirms that I'm on the right track!

On another note is anyone in the Roseburg Or. area or know a good dojo up that way...I'm headed there in August.

Comment by Branwen Embers on May 22, 2013 at 9:44am

while i have only had a little bit of formal martial arts training (ie; one year of karate(enough to get to yellow belt) and about 4-5 monthes of Aikido(college class)) i have had a few bare bones lessosn in kick boxing/kenpo(from my uncles), i did a bit of wrestling in MS, and have read several books on various martial arts and fighting. my main goals are to help control my strength/anger, calm myself internally(ie not be as anxious), and to be able to defend myself and my family. i do not really think any one formal style is for me but i am open to others opinions.

Comment by Frater Wu on May 22, 2013 at 9:33am

I practice Baguazhang and several non-martial practices from a traditional Daoist school that involve Qi.

Comment by Bryan Hamilton on March 26, 2013 at 10:57pm

hi, New to PS - I have studied for a long time, my newest passion is Qi gong- any other Qigong practioners in this group?

Comment by Alex Nicoletti on May 30, 2012 at 8:19am
I am a warrior not a traditional martial artist. It is a spiritual tradition that is not limited to any particular art but uses what works best for the purpose of protecting and serving.
This summer I will be teaching the "Art of the Blade" (knife Fighting) and "Survival Self Defense" if anyone in this group is interested in this contact me. Both of these arts are illegal in many states because of their deadly nature. I will also be teaching; "Destroying the Rapist"

I will not teach this stuff to just anyone, only those of the Warrior Traditions and to help people that are aware of this "time of transition." No terrorist, hit man for the mob, hate criminals or the like we be accepted.
Comment by zool on November 5, 2011 at 8:45am

longsword after liechtenauer (13,14th century)


Comment by zool on November 5, 2011 at 8:30am

I discovered something new, and added now long sword fencing

to my portfolio.  Its hard to get sparring partner here, so

i expect my progress to be slow.  However, i have a swordmaster whom has a very good reputation in the scene.   We train after the german guides form 14th century, from liechtenauer ... it was quite an eye opener to see, that european fencing is not as clumsy and slow as the holywood movies want to make us believe.    I am a noob, but when i move my bi-hander you can her the wind whistling - and the moves can be very precise as well.... i like it.



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