Muay Thai is the national sport of Thailand, which can be traced back as far as the 16th century in Siam. It is a martial art that is described as the art of 8 limbs, which uses strikes from hands, elbows, shins and knees. Muay Thai also has a grappling component called “clinching” which utilises techniques from a standing position which allows the fighters to throw devastating knees and elbows as well as sweeps. Modern practitioners of the sport train for fitness, self improvement, self defence and competition. Regardless of what the persons training goal is, most people can relate to it as being fun, challenging and very addictive.
Mondays: Warm up followed by high intensity circuit training. This class is suitable for beginners to advanced and for those who want to get a lot of pad work in.
Tuesdays and Thursdays: This night is an hour long and is perfect for beginners and those who want to work on general technique and fitness.
Wednesdays: This is a sparring night which is aimed at those who are ready to participate in sparring with the group. To those who’s aren’t sparring, we cover fundamental techniques, bag work and pad work.
Fridays: This class focuses on traditional Muay Thai techniques which range from basic fundamentals to advance technique. This class involves gloves and shin pads which we can provide. Beginners are welcome.