SABAI is a traditional weapon-based martial art, that uses soft items such as whips, ropes, fishing nets or sashes as improvised weapons.
In ancient history it was a common custom to give young women away as concubines. Since they were not allowed to carry any weapons or flee in case of a raid, these women were usually condemned to become defenseless victims.
In order to protect them ancient free warriors (Pahuyuth) secretly taught them how to fight with cloth (SABAI) and thus gave birth to the most dangerous of all Pahuyuth disciplines.
SABAI equalizes physical strength. This makes it an excellent choice for self-defense purposes against stronger attackers.
SABAI is traditionally passed on in honor of the many nameless women who suffered violence and/or gave their lives throughout history.
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