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About Muay Thai

Also called “Thai Boxing”, Muay Thai originates from Thailand and is a striking art. It is also known as the science of eight limbs using hands, feet, elbows, knees and clinch grappling. Muay Thai focuses on offensive and defensive training while conditioning your strength and stamina.

As Muay Thai uses all muscle groups, it is now also being used as a fun, safe and effective way to get into shape. Muay Thai is an ancient fighting art, that is also an engaging and encompassing workout.

Warm Up

Our classes begin with a well rounded warm-up to ready our bodies for training and focus our minds. The warm-up generally begins with skipping and body weight exercises. This is followed by a full body warm-up that focuses on movements that impact individual areas of the body, such as head rotations, hip twists, etc. The warm up is completed with some light footwork.

Strength and Conditioning

Strength and Conditioning focuses on building a good foundation upon which to practice Muay Thai. A stronger, more balanced base gives the Muay Thai practitioner a powerful advantage. This portion uses body weight exercises, as well as dynamic movements, such as squats, lunges, push ups and dive-bombers.

Technique / Pad Work

Before diving into pad work, the Muay Thai techniques and combinations are clearly broken down and drilled. An understanding of how to move and why we move is very important. Drilling also allows the practitioner to practice and make minute changes, which can greatly improve their technique and understanding of Muay Thai.

Pad work is when the students partner up to practice their technique and combinations while the instructors give individual attention. One partner holds the Muay Thai pads while the other strikes, wearing hand wraps and boxing gloves. The same techniques previously drilled are used during pad work to further the student's and body's understanding of the combination and the application of power. A second round of pad work is repeated with the partners switching pad and striking roles.

Cool Down

The abdomidal muscles are the core of every movement, we begin our cool down with a series of ab exercises which can include, sit-ups, crunches, planks etc.

We follow the ab work with a full body stretching routine to increase our flexibility, reduce risk of injury, focusing on the hardest worked muscle groups during class.

Finally we finish our class with light tempering to condition and harden ourselves.

About Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is a martial art and combat sport system that focuses on grappling with particular emphasis on ground fighting.

BJJ advocates the concept that a smaller, weaker person can successfully defend themselves against a bigger, stronger, heavier opponent by using technique, leverage, and most notably, taking the fight to the ground, and then applying joint locks and chokeholds to defeat the opponent.

Warm Up

The warm-up generally begins with light jogging that incorporates lateral and dynamic movements. This is followed by a body weight exercises, fundamental drills, and ab work.

Technique / Drills

Technique is demonstrated with a keen eye for detail before students partner up to practice and drill them in a safe and controlled manner.

Technical practice is the foundation of any martial art, especially in BJJ.


"Rolling" is a form of “sparring” and is a way for students to test their skills and abilities against their teammates. Like sparring in other martial arts, rolling helps identify opportunities for improvement, work on strengths and advantages, and continually practice and improve the techniques that require attention.

Students do this by engaging in rounds of grappling with teammates, similar to what you would expect in a competitive Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu environment. However, the intensity is dampened when rolling so that everyone can roll in a safe, fun and controlled environment.

*You must have be at least a one stripe white belt to begin rolling.
coach peter
After school yard bullies left him feeling vulnerable, an eight year old Peter began his martial arts journey with Tae-Kwon-Do. He found that martial arts gave him the knowledge to defend himself, but more importantly, the confidence not to have to.

After years of Tae-Kwon-Do and many tournament medals, he fell in love with Muay Thai. Peter is a Muay Thai Kru under Ajahn Ed Advincula of Tiger Gym, and a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Blue Belt under Jorge Britto of Toronto BJJ. He has achieved amateur victories in both Muay Thai, boxing, tae-kwon-do and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.
coach dexter
Dexter has an extensive martials arts background, and holds a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Brown Belt under Professor Jorge Britto of Toronto BJJ. He has also excelled in Muay Thai and is a Kru under Ajahn Ed Advincula. He has and continues to accumulate amateur victories in both Muay Thai and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.
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