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Muay Thai

Techniques in Muay Thai range from boxing style techniques all the way through to other grappling techniques used only in Muay Thai making it a broad spectrum, close-contact Mixed Martial Art that has spread in popularity throughout the Eastern and Western world. Muay Thai, whilst employing a lot of offensive and defensive techniques, also uses a range of striking techniques that don’t only include punching and grappling, but also defending and protection of yourself during a fight or training match.

Thai pad training is a cornerstone of Muay Thai conditioning that involves practicing punches, kicks, knees, and elbow strikes with a trainer wearing thick pads covering the forearms and hands.

At DSD we offer a range of Muay Thai classes to help develop you fitness levels and skills. The classes are:

  • Monday 12.15 – 13.15 – Adults
  • Monday 21.00 – 21.55 – Adults
  • Tuesday 13.00 – 14.15 – Adults
  • Tuesday 17.00 – 20.15 – Adults
  • Wednesday 0945 -1045 – Ladies
  • Wednesday 13.15 – 1415 – Adults
  • Wednesday 1815 – 1915 – Children
  • Wednesday 1915 – 2030 – Adults (beginners)
  • Thursday 12.15 – 13.15 – Adults
  • Thursday 21.00 – 21.55 – Adults
  • Friday 13.00 – 14.15 – Adults
  • Friday 17.00 – 20.15 – Adults
  • Saturday 9-10 am – Children (beginners)
  • Saturday 1000 – 1100 Children (intermediate)
  • Saturday 1114 -1245 – Adults (kick boxing)

You can find out more about our Muay Thai training in this video

To talk about if Muay Thai is right for you call us on 0208 203 0500 or fill in our contact form.