Aaron Moses

Senior Instructor

Date of Birth: 5/9/1988

Student since: 2014

Instructor since: 2017

Biggest Arakan Achievement: Yellow Belt Grading and becoming an Instructor

Interests outside of Arakan: Motorbikes, cars, sports, cooking & eating clean

Comments from Instructor: I am really grateful for the life I get to live. Learning, Training and Teaching everyday, having too much fun. We wouldn't be able to do it without the support and passion to train, by all the great students in the club. 



Student Testimonials

Arakan's emphasis on fluidity and core strength makes it an extremely effective art. Not only has Arakan made me physically fitter and healthier, it has also sharpened by mental toughness and ability to perform under pressure. The lessons learnt in training are applicable beyond the art, and I have found it has made me more effective in the workplace. My instructor Aaron has taught me the value of discipline and commitment and is a fantastic instructor and mentor! Highly recommend to anyone interested.

James Tsaousidis

I've been training one on one with Senior Instructor Aaron Moses for only a couple of months and i already feel my fitness improving and I'm more confident in myself. Aaron has taught me different techniques I can use to defend myself in real life realistic situations. I feel it is important to have the knowledge and ability to protect myself if need be. Aaron is friendly, professional, encouraging, positive, patient and extremely passionate about Arakan. I love training with him and I look forward to every session. He always has something new and exciting to teach me and I leave every session feeling great about myself and what I have learnt. Highly recommended to anyone looking to work on their fitness, confidence or self defence. You cannot afford to not give Arakan a try. It will challenge you, change you, make you more aware of your surroundings and confident in your ability to protect yourself and your loved ones. Thank you 

Gamze Sahin

Aaron inspires and supports others to become more positive and confident, and strive to be the best version of themselves. He responds to feedback very positively and is continually striving to be the best version of himself also.

Bianca Brunozzi

I cant express my recommendation and gratitude enough for Aarons instruction and training over the years. Nothing is ever too difficult for Aaron and he always goes above and beyond and pushes me to train hard to reach my goals.

Gus Gilkeson

Aaron is an absolute pleasure to work with. He is passionate and enthusiastic about teaching Arakan to each and every student he works with at every level. Aaron does not discriminate and works with me when I am at peak fitness or during times I am carrying an injury. My willingness to continue working with Aaron as I strive to improve and continue on my Arakan journey in the future is what I enjoy most. The art of Arakan is incredible. The Arakan community is very inviting and it reflects on Aarons ability and attitude to make me and everyone feel comfortable every time. Aaron has started introducing in his group classes real life situations where we are often placed under pressure and are forced to defend ourselves in a way where we can start to trust Arakan to get us out of potential situations. I love it!!

George Dapas

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"I just wanted to thank you for sending such a inspirational instructor to teach my son Andrew. 

Grant Cosgrove came a month ago to start to teach my son Andrew Arakan. 

 I have only praise for Grant, he is not only kind and patient but has great knowledge.

My son is enjoying his sessions immensely, I have noticed changes in him since starting with Grant.  He has grown in confidence in such a short time."

Jenni Kinson

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