Our Muay Thai Program
Muay Thai is combat sport from Thailand , also known as the art of eight limbs. It is called that because its practitioners can utilize strikes using punches, kicks, elbows or knees. We teach muay thai through a progressive curriculum that emphasizes safety, physical fitness and great technical skills. It is very motivating to progress through the ranks knowing you are getting better and learning more as you move through the system. You may never enter a ring to test your skills, but you will have the confidence and the fitness of a fighter.
Our Coaches Are In Your Corner
Our coaches have years of experience in the martial arts and fitness industry. They have trained thousands of people just like you. They are always happy to answer any questions you may have and go out of their way to make your training experience the safest and most productive experience you have in the fitness/martial arts. They know you may never walk in the ring but they strive to give you the tools to feel the confidence in your skills in the school and in the real world.
Our Schedule Fits Your Busy Life
Our schedule offers morning classes and evening classes. You have the flexibility to attend any and all classes on the schedule. You can train once a week or up to 7 times a week. We also offer open training sessions so you can come into the school to work out your daily stress or just to improve your skills. There is nothing better that starting or ending your day with a workout that works the muscles, cardiovascular system and stimulates your brain with the techniques of Muay Thai.
Get Started At Your Own Pace
Everyone starts off with one private class to meet the instructor and try out the techniques of Muay Thai in a private setting. Once you feel comfortable, your next class is a group class . This gives you an opportunity to get to learn the techniques before stepping into a class room setting. Once you take your first group class, you can see the enjoyment of learning a great martial art and how it feels to get in great shape.
It really is a “Total Body Workout”
It has to be. Each movement requires your entire body, and although in any particular technique the focus may be on one muscle group, the rest of your body is still engaged. That’s why in any good Kickboxing program there is a real focus is on developing proper technique which ultimately leads to great core conditioning, muscle strength and endurance, increased flexibility and cardio.