Please submit organizations, associations, or federations for the western martial arts. Schools will not be listed here.Governing bodies for Western Martial Arts.
Please submit only sites dealing with the arts of style of Savate, Boxe Francaise, or Chausson, and the associated weapons disciplines. Sites must be in English."Savate" is a fighting art with roots traceable back to the streets of 18th century France. Savate reflects distinctive kicking techniques and classic boxing hand techniques. Savate is particularly popular in Europe and North Africa, with a growing following in North America. Elements which may be emphasized in its study include self defense ("savate defense") and weaponry such as "baton" and cane ("la canne"). Two forms of competitive savate kickboxing have emerged from savate, the harder-hitting "combat" and the technical "assaut". The sport aspect of savate is sometimes also known as French boxing (boxe francaise). combines many of the Western Martial Arts such a boxing, grappling, weaponry, as well as its unique forms of kicking.
Please submit sites written in French to http://www.dmoz.org/World/Fran%c3%a7ais/Sports/Combat/Boxe/
Sites in other languages should be submitted to the appropriate language and category at http://www.dmoz.org/Regional/
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Please submit only schools that teach Western Martial Arts. Schools that teach a eclectic systems that include Eastern Martial Arts will not be accepted.Schools that teach Western Martial Arts.
Please submit sites for the Northern European art of Stav.Stav is a martial art and a religion. It's been described by many as the northern European version of Qi Gong, Tai Chi, or Yoga. Stav means knowledge of rune staves. The system is designed to train the mind, body and spirit. The most common aspects are the martial and healing arts.