Muay Thai is recognized globally as the most effective striking art today. Thailand’s national sport, Muay Thai, is based on simplicity and effectiveness.
Honed over 2000 years, it is a graceful blend of punches, elbows, knees, and kicks.
The core of Muay Thai is its effectiveness in real situations, be it in the ring or on the street. It relies on simple moves and efficient movement to generate maximum power. [read more]
Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) is the fastest growing sport in the world. MMA is a combination of the best fighting systems. In 1993, the Ultimate Fighting Championship forever changed martial arts by creating a tournament to pit the world’s best martial artists against each other. The tournament was designed to answer the age-old question, “Which martial art is the most effective in a real life, no-rules situation?” After 15 years of MMA events around the globe by the UFC and other organizations, MMA mania has now taken over the sports world. More importantly, it is now widely accepted that a combination of Muay Thai, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Boxing, and Wrestling is a strong foundation for fighting in a no-holds-barred situation. A complete fighter is someone who can fight in the 4 primary ranges of combat: kicking, punching, clinching/kneeing/takedowns, and ground fighting. [read more]
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) is one of the most effective, reality-based fighting systems in the world. The basic premise of BJJ is that 90% of fights end up on the ground. As such, BJJ is focused primarily on effective ground fighting.
The goal is to put an opponent into situations on the ground where joint locks and/or chokes can be applied to force him/her to submit. [read more]
Wrestling is one of the oldest sports in history. It is also a core skill-set for any martial artist. It is a takedown science based on leverage, strong balance, explosive power, and intricate finesse.
In MMA, it is often viewed as a critical part of the transition game between stand-up striking and grappling on the ground.
The ability to takedown an opponent and control him/her is the essence of Wrestling Submission Grappling.
Boxing is a combat sport where the main tools are punches. The essence of boxing is the use of hips to generate power, the use of footwork to elude and to attack, and the use of head movement to avoid punches.
If used properly, boxing can be one of the most effective hand-to-hand, self-defense systems. It is the art of hitting without getting hit.
Submission Grappling is a core skill-set for any martial artist. It is a ground game science based on leverage and technique. In MMA, it is often viewed as a critical part of the ground game.
The ability to apply submissions via joint locks and chokes is a core component of real life self-defense. [read more]
Krav Maga is the official hand-to-hand combat system of the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF).
Based on simple principles and instinctive movements, Krav Maga teaches a student to defend against chokes, grabs and bear hugs, as well as weapons like guns, knives and sticks – while under threat and shock from a sudden, violent encounter.
Urban Warrior not only shows you how to fight back against armed assailants with edged-weapons such as knives, but also with makeshift weapons like shoe, t-shirt , spectacles and bangles.
Almost anything can be used as a weapon of defense and attack. [read more]
Bootcamp is about good health and fitness. It is about shedding unwanted weight, losing fat, getting toned, and improving your cardiovascular health.
Based on the intensive training programs of professional athletes and fighters from around the world, the Bootcamp Program is non-contact program designed to get the average person into incredible shape and health in the fastest possible time. [read more]
Yoga is an ancient physical and mental discipline from India with thousands of years of history.
It is a holistic art focused on breathing, movement, relaxation, and meditation to improve the mind, body, and spirit. [read more]
History has shown that martial arts can be an excellent teacher for children to learn life skills such as discipline, hard work, integrity, confidence, teamwork, and more. Ultimately, the martial arts are about continuous self-improvement physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually.
For children, we have MUAY THAI, WRESTLING and BOOTCAMP. [read more]