Our Martial Arts Courses

Welcome to Auro International Art School, a global hub for artistic excellence and cultural exchange. With locations spanning across the United States, Dubai, Qatar, Philippines and India. we proudly offer a comprehensive range of artistic disciplines that encompass martial arts, dance, drawing, singing, music, and so much more. Our commitment to nurturing talent and providing exceptional education is matched only by our team of highly qualified and certified teachers.

Mixed Martial Arts

The first documented use of the name mixed martial arts was in a review of UFC 1 by television critic Howard Rosenberg, In September 1995 by Rick Blume, president and CEO of Battlecade Extreme Fighting, just after UFC 7. UFC official Jeff Blatnick was responsible for the Ultimate Fighting Championship officially adopting the name mixed martial arts. It was previously marketed as “Ultimate Fighting” and “No Holds Barred (NHB)”, until Blatnick and John McCarthy proposed the name “MMA” at the UFC 17 rules meeting in response to increased public criticism. The question as to who actually coined the name is still in debate.

Unleash Your Inner Warrior: Master the Art of MMA

Dive into the exhilarating world of Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) with Auro International Art School’s comprehensive MMA training. Our experienced instructors as they guide you through a dynamic program designed to enhance strength, agility, and self-defense abilities. Discover a diverse range of martial arts techniques, including striking, grappling, and ground fighting, empowering you to become a well-rounded fighter. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced practitioner, this immersive training session will challenge and inspire you to reach new heights in MMA.


Karate began as a common fighting system known as te (Okinawan: ti) among the Pechin class of the Ryukyuans. After trade relationships were established with the Ming dynasty of China in 1372 by King Satto of Chūzan, some forms of Chinese martial arts were introduced to the Ryukyu Islands by the visitors from China, particularly Fujian. A large group of Chinese families moved to Okinawa around 1392 for the purpose of cultural exchange, where they established the community of Kumemura and shared their knowledge of a wide variety of Chinese arts and sciences, including the Chinese martial arts. . There were few formal styles of te, but rather many practitioners with their own methods. One surviving example is the Motobu-ryū school passed down from the Motobu family by Seikichi Uehara. Early styles of karate are often generalized as Shuri-te, Naha-te, and Tomari-te, named after the three cities from which they emerged. Each area and its teachers had particular kata, techniques, and principles that distinguished their local version of te from the others.

Kiai Chronicles: Awaken the Warrior Within You

Embark on a remarkable odyssey of self-discovery and unleash your inner warrior with Auro International Art School’s captivating Karate adventure. Experience the power of the Kiai, the fierce shout that unleashes your inner strength and focus. From mastering precise strikes to perfecting fluid movements, delve into the art of Karate as it intertwines with your mind, body, and spirit. Discover the essence of Bushido, the way of the warrior, as you cultivate discipline, respect, and resilience. Immerse yourself in this unique Karate experience that transcends physical training, empowering you to become a true martial artist. Join Auro International Art School in the “Kiai Chronicles” and awaken the warrior within, embracing a journey of personal growth, mastery, and the eternal pursuit of excellence.


The earliest known depiction of any type of boxing comes from a Sumerian relief in Iraq from the 3rd millennium BC. Forms of kickboxing existed in ancient India. The earliest references to musti-yuddha come from classical Vedic epics such as the Ramayana and Rig Veda, compiled in the middle of the 2nd millennium BC. The Mahabharata describes two combatants boxing with clenched fists and fighting with kicks, finger strikes, knee strikes and headbutts.[22] Mushti Yuddha has travelled along the Indosphere and has been a preceder and a strong influence in many famous martial arts of Southeast Asia such as Muay Thai, Muay Laos and Pradal Serey (of Cambodia).

Strike and Rise: Master the Art of Combat and Self-Expression

Step onto our training mats and immerse yourself in the world of kickboxing. Discover the intricacies of proper stance, footwork, and body mechanics as you learn to deliver powerful punches, kicks, knee strikes, and elbows. Our instructors emphasize technique, precision, and control, ensuring that each movement is executed with finesse and efficiency. But kickboxing is not just about physical conditioning; it also cultivates mental discipline, focus, and self-confidence. Our training sessions incorporate mindfulness exercises, mental visualization techniques, and strategies for controlling emotions. We believe that a strong mind is just as important as a strong body, and we strive to instill resilience and determination in our students.


Beginning in 1945, shortly after the end of World War II and Japanese Occupation, new martial arts schools called kwans opened in Seoul. These schools were established by Korean martial artists with backgrounds in Japanese and Chinese martial arts. At the time, indigenous disciplines (such as Taekkyeon) were being forgotten, due to years of decline and repression by the Japanese colonial government. The umbrella term traditional Taekwondo typically refers to the martial arts practiced by the kwans during the 1940s and 1950s, though in reality the term “Taekwondo” had not yet been coined at that time, and indeed each kwan (school) was practicing its own unique style of the Korean art.

Flourish with Fury: The Path to Discipline, Agility, and Inner Harmony

Prepare to be mesmerized by the harmony of movement, the power of precision, and the artistry of flying kicks in Auro International Art School’s captivating Taekwondo training. Explore the dynamic kicks, lightning-fast strikes, and intricate patterns that define the captivating world of Taekwondo. Immerse yourself in a supportive and empowering environment that nurtures your growth as a martial artist and as an individual. Unleash the power of your kicks, embrace the fluidity of your movements, and embark on an extraordinary journey of self-discovery and Taekwondo mastery.


The early history of judo is inseparable from its founder, Japanese polymath and educator Kanō Jigorō. A judo practitioner is called a “judoka” and the judo uniform is called “judogi”. The objective of competitive judo is to throw an opponent, immobilize them with a pin, or force an opponent to submit with a joint lock or a choke. While strikes and use of weapons are included in some pre-arranged forms (kata), they are not frequently trained and are illegal in judo competition or free practice.[4] Judo’s international governing body is the International Judo Federation, and competitors compete in the international IJF professional circuit.

The Way of Gentle Strength: Mastering The Art of Judo

Immerse yourself in the art of strategic throws, precise joint locks, and unyielding resilience as you embark on a transformative journey through Judo at Auro International Art School. Discover the power of gentleness as you learn to redirect your opponent’s force and use it to your advantage. Embrace the values of discipline, respect, and self-improvement as you train in a supportive and empowering environment. Whether you’re a curious beginner or a seasoned Judoka, this immersive training session will challenge your limits, ignite your passion, and unlock the potential for Judo excellence within you. Unleash your throwing prowess, embrace the thrill of victory, and embark on a thrilling journey towards becoming a true Judo champion.

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