Our logo represents the ideas and intentions of the organization for the guidance of each member.
At the center of the logo is a figure referred to as Lapu-lapu - The Chief. Lapu-Lapu is considered to be the first Filipino hero having battled against the Spanish colony headed Ferdinand Magellan in the Battle of Mactan on April 27, 1521. Lapu-Lapu is then a representation of the warrior (Guerrero) with the truest fighting spirit and bravery in defense of ones self, family and country
The Blunt and the Blade
The stick and sword is a representation of the Filipino weapons that are either blunt or bladed. It also represents the adaptability and convertability of techniques from blunt to bladed weapons, from single to double weapons in long or short forms
The 3 circles represents 2 folds of the integral learning of Guerrero Arnis de Mano system:
a. continuous learning of the "tripartite", that is, multi-style, multi-weapons, multi-range
b. The training objectives and goals that is embodied through Reflex, Reaction and Randomness (3R).
The 3 Stars and the Sun
The 3 five pointed stars represents the 3 main islands in the Philippine archipelago: Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao. It represents the roots and origin of the art.
The sun with its eight rays represents the 8 provinces who first revolted against the Spanish colonial rule during the revolution of 1896. The provinces are Batangas, Bulacan, Cavite, Laguna, Manila (Morong, Rizal), Nueva Ecija, Pampanga,and Tarlac. This represents herioc lineage of the art,
that no one should be subdued and that loyalty is to God, the State and the Family.
"Arnis Kali Eskrima" emblem
Signifies the Filipino Martial Art, 3 terms referring to one art.
"Guerrero Arnis de Mano" emblem
"Guerrero" is the direct translation of warrior in Spanish. "Arnis" represents the art while "de Mano" exemplifies that the Arnis system is in your hands. It represents that weapons are but just extension of your hands, the true weapon is you - the Arnis practitioner.