Muay Thai, also referred to as the “Science or Art of Eight Limbs, ” utilizes 8 points of the body: the fists, legs, knees, and elbows – making it one of the most effective and devastating martial arts.

While many people think that Kickboxing and Muay Thai are very similar in terms of technique and fighting styles, they are in many ways completely different. Although there are universal techniques that are shared between the sports, the implementation varies depending on the sport and the individual fighter.

Muay Thai, in broad terms, fits under the category of ‘Kickboxing’ though there are more differences than there are similarities.  It is also important to know that every Muay Thai gym has their own style — be it a hybrid of Kickboxing and Traditional Muay Thai or more of one than the other.

Our all levels class will incorporate the following in a typical class:

  • 3 rounds of jump rope (warm up)
  • Partner and technical drills
  • Pad, heavy bag, or focus mitt exercises
  • Technical sparring

What to bring: 16 oz. boxing gloves, shin pads, mouth piece


 Technical Sparring  –  FRI  8:00PM