Welcome to The WAI – Pencak Silat & Warrior Arts of Indonesia
Thank you for visiting The Warrior Arts of Indonesia or The W.A.I (pronounced ‘way’) for short. This is the home site of Pencak Silat Anyar Cimande Buhun (A.C.B) and Silek Tuo Pagu Pagu (S.T.P.P). Click on each style logo below to discover more about them.
The W.A.I explores and documents many other Warrior Arts of Indonesia. Look out for new blog posts and videos relating to them. In conjunction with several other partners, we also host training trips to Indonesia as well as workshops and seminars. Feel free to get in touch about anything relating to Indonesian systems.
Latest News & Posts
Going the Distance Pt 3 – Distress or De-stress!
(Reproduced from an old article in Martial Arts Illustrated) Part 3 – De-stress or Distress We are all martial artists aren’t we? Amongst other things, we train to master our [...]
Bob Breen – U.K Martial Arts Legend
“Johnny Silmon is one of the pioneers of Indonesian martial arts in Europe. A superb individual his knowledge of the tradition is deep and wide. Not only a great teacher and Martial artist he’s also a great human being. Friendly, inclusive, and open to the new. Like a true warrior his strength isn’t on show but there when it’s needed. A great guy I can’t recommend him highly enough.”
Mark Young – Head Instructor Ripon Silat Academy / Osteopath
“Johnny Silmon is a man of exceptional knowledge and talent. I have shared in three of his many trips to Indonesia and experienced first hand his knowledge of many different silat styles and seen the respect he has earned in the homeland of Indonesian martial arts. He is generous and open-hearted, a man of great principle and fun to be with. Knowledge of this kind is hard earned. If you get the chance to train with Johnny or learn from him in other ways – take it!
Bob Sykes – Founder / Editor of M.A.I Magazine
“An accomplished martial artist and a true scholar of Silat are just two phrases that one could use to describe a person that I have been blessed to know on many levels.”