HAOS is a martial arts system that specializes in the study, practice and application of combat for the purpose of self-mastery.

This discipline teaches a method of fighting that combines striking, takedowns, grappling, melee weapons and combat tactics. The technical program is accompanied by training in physical fitness, mental conditioning and meditation. The system implements a hybrid training methodology based on multiple martial arts styles and numerous complementary fields of knowledge.

HAOS aims to build a community of individuals that strive to achieve excellence in combat, assist others through the martial arts and uphold a traditional code of conduct in daily life.


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Instructor - Founder of HAOS

Vladimir has over twenty years of experience in martial arts and has taught students consistently for over a decade. He has worked with numerous martial arts teachers, self-defense instructors and competitive fighters, all who have given him the inspiration and the drive to create HAOS. Vladimir holds black belts in full-contact Japanese Karate, Israeli Krav Maga and Filipino Martial Arts. A lifelong student, he continues to train in other combat arts such as MMA, Kickboxing, Muay Thai, Boxing, Wrestling, Judo, Brazilian Ju-Jitsu and A.C.T. Armed Combat & Tactics. Vladimir is an advanced meditator and guide to his students. He extends his passion by teaching anyone who wishes to better themselves through the martial arts.

Q1: Do I need previous experience in martial arts to train HAOS? 

A: No. The only thing new students require to start is the desire to learn martial arts. 

Q2: Do I need to be in shape before I start training HAOS? 

A: No. You should not postpone your martial arts training out of fear that you need to be physically fit. Our sessions are effective at getting you in shape. Moreover, we can help speed up the process by offering our students physical fitness programs and nutritional coaching to help them reach their goals.

Q3: How can I start training HAOS?

A: We will update the website whenever new seminars and classes are available. To receive the latest news first, we encourage everyone to subscribe to our newsletter.

Q4: What should I expect from my first class?

A: Your first session will be an introduction to basic HAOS techniques. The training takes into account the student’s level, age and overall physical and mental capabilities. 


Q5: Is HAOS martial arts training dangerous?

While all martial arts pose a certain risk of injury, we place great emphasis on teaching our students to be alert and responsive during training. We are experienced in determining the aptitude of students and never ask them to perform drills, techniques or exercises they are not ready for. While no one can promise you that you will never experience pain or injury, we do promise that we take every precaution to ensure the safety of our students.