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Welcome To Martial Arts Industry Association

The Martial Arts Industry Association Limited (MAIA) is the Peak Industry Body for Martial Arts in Australia.

The MAIA acts as the representative body for the collective interests of the martial arts to the Federal, State and Territory Governments, the general community and the media.

The combined strength and experience of our members enables MAIA to provide an effective forum for:

  • Lobbying/advocacy on behalf of the industry
  • Representation of member interests
  • Education on a wide range of topics
  • Networking and liaison between members
  • Networking to the wider martial arts community


Bruce Lee App Released

The much awaited Bruce Lee App has now been released. Described as The Ultimate Bruce Lee Resource it is AVAILABLE NOW On Itunes and Android Google Play

Read More » | Date: Feb 04, 2020

Christmas Break 2019

Christmas greetings and thanks to all of our committee members, coaches athletes and members. Our office will be closed from the 21st of December and will reopen on the 28th January 2020

Read More » | Date: Dec 20, 2019

2020 Sanda World Cup Confirmed for Australia

KWA President Walt Missingham has today confirmed that the 2020 World SANDA Cup will be staged in Melbourne from the 4-6 September 2020. The event will be the biggest martial arts event ever staged in Australia and the first World Championships to be conducted by KWA. The multi million dollar Event is being fully backed […]

Read More » | Date: Nov 07, 2019

Martial Arts Industry App Updated

The Martial Arts Industry App has recently gone through some updates. This latest version now has an additional  Smart ID feautre under the Accedited Instructors Search function. You can now find an accredited instructor and get the details by entering either of the search keys in the textbox: instructor name town or suburb postcode type […]

Read More » | Date: Sep 17, 2019

Walt Missingham Speaks Out On Bruce Lee Portrayal in “Once Upon A Time…In Hollywood”

Recently I have been approached by a number of media organisations to comment on the portrayal of Bruce Lee in the latest Quentin Tarantino movie ‘Once Upon a Time In Hollywood’.  As the senior Jeet Kune Do person in Australia and as the producer of three documentaries on Bruce Lee I am often asked to […]

Read More » | Date: Aug 30, 2019