Thai Boxing (Muay Thai), the National Sport of Thailand, is also known as the “Science of Eight Limbs.” More specifically, Thai Boxing combines punches, elbows, knee strikes and kicks into a self-defense system designed to develop your speed, power, timing, and endurance.
How To Get Started: When a new student desires to begin in the Fusion Thai Boxing Program they will first schedule a one on one introductory class with one of our instructors to discuss a few of the basic Thai Boxing techniques to better enhance their first Fundamentals group class experience.
Fusion Thai Boxing Fundamentals Program
This program is for beginner students and is designed to introduce a student to basic offensive and defensive techniques of Thai Boxing thru it’s 16 structured lessons. You can start the program at any time and the lessons can be completed in any order.
After completion of the Fundamentals program students are promoted and advance to the Intermediate program. In this program the pad work is introduced, which focuses on the basic pad hitting and holding skills using focus mitts and thai pads, the intensity of the training is increased and some more complex techniques and combinations are taught. In addition students begin light contact sparring, these sparring sessions are controlled and focus on correct technique, with each student wearing protective equipment and being supervised by the instructors.
Our Thai Boxing program is created and lead by Ian Alexander an accomplished fighter and Certified Full Instructor under the World Thai Boxing Association.