Next month we will have the privilege of hosting Tuhon Leslie Buck, one of the top students of Grand Tuhon Leo Gaje. You can see him above demonstrating some empty hand combatives.

Tuhon Leslie Buck will be providing eight hours of instruction over two days in Pekiti Tirsia Kali and Pencak Silat Mande Muda. Tuhon Buck is a world renowned instructor and spaces are likely to fill quickly, so if you're interested in joining the seminar it's recommended you sign up as soon as possible. You can find details on how to register below.

Seminar Details


  • Saturday, June 6th - 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

  • Sunday, June 7th - 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

  • Location

    The Wik Academy of Martial Arts 8419 Cincinnati Columbus Rd, West Chester Township, OH 45069


  • Two Day Pre-Registration - $125

  • Single Day Pre-Registration - $65

  • No Pre-Registration (Payment At The Door) - $140

  • Please register before May 25th to get the pre-registration discount.

    Additional Notes

    There will be short breaks both days for lunch. Some light food will be provided just in case (sandwiches, fruit, etc.), however we strongly recommend you bring either a small lunch or a few dollars to cover the food provided.

    We recommend comfortable, loose-fitting athletic clothing. We will be doing some straight blade ad kerambit work, and if you have a training blade you may want to bring it along. Tuhon Buck will be bringing additional training knives and gear from his company Kali Gear which you can purchase, so we also recommend bringing some extra money if you're interested in picking up some new quality training knives or other gear.

    If you have any other questions, you can give us a call at 513.760.5553 or e-mail the academy at

    How to Register

    To pre-register, just click here and select whether you would like to register for both or only a single day of training.

    The pre-registration discount ends May 25th, and space is limited, so we recommend you sign up as soon as possible.

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