Okichitaw - Native American Martial Arts Style

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Okichitaw - Native American Martial Arts Style

Okichitaw is a hybrid martial arts that combines the traditional fighting techniques used by the Cree Indians (Native Americans) with techniques from martial arts such as Taekwondo and Judo.

According to the Okichitaw Martial Arts website, this martial arts uses weapons such as the Plains Cree gunstock war club (Nontoni Towin Mistik), tomahawk, lance and knife.

This martial arts was created by Canadian martial artist, George J. L├ępine in the 1990s. The main Okichitaw school is located in Toronto, Canada.



Video Documentary focused on Okichitaw

References

  1. Okichitaw Martial Arts, Weapons, http://www.nativemartialarts.ca/?page_id=76, Added - 07/24/14








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