What does the symbol mean?



The symbol has a powerful meaning. It encapsulates nearly 40 years of experience in the pursuit of personal excellence.

It is a formula for those who want to benefit and save themselves time and to avoid making the same mistakes in their pursuits.

If I can give you a little spark and ignite the flame within you and you go onto achieving your dreams, then I have succeeded in fulfilling my purpose.

Let the symbol be a reminder of what you need to do to achieve your goals in life.


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The Symbol Meaning


The Japanese Calligraphy

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White colour of the calligraphy represents the beginning.


Like a blank sheet of paper, ready for a new chapter.


The Japanese calligraphy is karate, which means “empty hand”.

It represents discipline, determination and patience.

These essential attributes are acquired through practice.

This practice can be of any skill, not just martial arts.

What you practice gets stronger.


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The Water Drop

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The colour red represents life, blood, sweat and tears. It represents YOU and your endeavours.

Black is the void. The emptiness that is full of potential. Always there, waiting to be shaped by reality to serve and to have a purpose.


The shape is of a water drop. Why water? Water can adapt itself to take any form.


Here the water drop has taken a form to draw in the potential to gain a higher meaning.

It has carved out an existence of balance, harmony and flow. Never growing stale.

Changing its form, changes its characteristics, and in effect changes its destiny.

“Be Like Water” an expression used by Bruce Lee.


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The Circle of Quest

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Dismantle into

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The circle is the journey.

The colour red in the circle represents emotion, emotion is a powerful force. Learn how to use it and it will take you far and beyond.

The circle is made of anchors.

Throughout your journey, there will be times when you need to let go of some things and hold onto to other things. You need to be decisive, otherwise they will slow you down or even sink you.

When you embark on a great journey, it is never going to be easy. Taking the first step is always the hardest. There are going to be many obstacles in the way.

Use wisdom, learn to dismantle complexity into simplicity.


Believe in yourself, let truth and intuition be your guiding light, use them to clear the path, then the way becomes obvious.

Maintain the balance between your heart and mind.

Show humility and kindness because they have the power to open doors that have never been opened.

This is the true essence of ALL martial arts.

This is the “WAY”.


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TMA COMBAT FITNESS is only a vehicle for your journey.

The end of the journey is just another STOP and does NOT define you, it is the experience of HOW you get there that makes WHO you really are.


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It is in our human nature to always seek improvement and security.

Now that you understand, remember knowledge is only half good, the other half is application, use them together to set the wheels of progress into motion.

Shape and apply this knowledge to access your potential.

Yesterday is gone, tomorrow never comes. NOW is the time to carve your shape!

To become the best version of yourself, you must keep evolving, broadening your horizons through new experiences, engaging all your senses, using them all as one.

Life throws many obstacles in our paths, but it is our "WILL" that finds a way to overcome them all.


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Dream it. Train it. Gain it.