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  • Do I have to register to be part of World Federation of Kalari Adimurai?
    Yes, you need to register yourself as a World Federation of Kalari Adimurai (WFKA) member to attend our online, in-person classes and compete in our WKFA approved competitions.
  • Do I have to be in good shape before I start?
    No, you will get into shape as you train. We have a series of exercises that you will learn as you progress through the ranking system which will enable you to perform the self defense techniques.
  • I am 41 years old, am I too old to start Kalari Adimurai?"
    No, you are not too old to begin Kalari Adimurai training. Kalari Adimurai regularly has students start from adolescence through their 50's and older. Kalari Adimurai is a practical and effective martial art that will become a part of your life.
  • I am very busy with my work schedule, how much time do I need to devote to kalari adimurai classes?"
    Two 1 hour classes (online or in-person) per week are recommended, as is practicing at home. As you progress through the ranks you may practice more often which can further help hone your skills.
  • How long does it take to become a master/instructor (Aasan)?
    In Kalari Adimurai, it takes approximately 3 to 5 years to reach master/instructor (Aasan) level with commitment.
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