Muay Thai is a combat sport which primarily uses stand-up striking combined with various clinching techniques. This particular discipline is known as the “art of eight limbs”, as it is characterised by the combined use of fists, elbows, knees and shins. Please read our “Muay Thai” page for more information about Muay Thai and its history.
No, you don’t need to be in good shape, BUT by attending training regularly you will be in good shape.
Yes, it is one of the best and practical martial arts for self-defence.
Yes, it is very safe and all our classes are taught by qualified instructors.
Yes, it is highly recommended for women for various reasons. It is recommended for self-defence, self-confidence and of course fitness.
Yes, all our classes are mixed. Everyone at the academy is friendly and we are one big Muay Thai family.
Yes, we offer 1-2-1 training with all of our qualified instructors.
Our instructors are always available to provide advice and guidance regarding Muay Thai, please feel free to ask whatever comes to mind. We have a lot of the answers on our website so please take the time to tour the website. Alternatively, you can send us a message on our contact page.
You will get a free t-shirt when you first join. Generally, any sportswear that is comfortable and loose fitting is best for training. As you progress you may wish to purchase Muay Thai shorts, tops, and other Muay Thai gear. You will also need boxing gloves at some point which you can discuss with the instructor.
It depends on your availability during the classes that are available throughout the week. Of course, the more you train the better it is for you, and you will excel quicker to the next level.
Our minimum age limit is 5 years old.
Yes, we hold interclub matches regularly. This is determined by the instructor when a person is ready for such events. Please speak to the instructor for more information.
Yes, we hold our own events and attend others throughout the year and we have fighters competing. Fights are determined by the instructor when a person is ready for such events. Please speak to the instructor for more information.
We run classes according to the student’s ability, so beginners will train separately from the intermediate/advanced students.
No, adults and children have separate classes.
Yes, we have a grading system and expect our students to grade up roughly every 3 months.