Just excellent. Great facilities, plenty of expertise on the mat (at least 5 BJJ black belts associated with the club, and a plethora of upper belts who are always happy to share their experience).Great atmosphere and strikes a nice balance between catering for individuals that want to compete and those who just want to train.Early morning, lunchtime and evening classes at a variety of times. You can tell the whole team give 100% to making this the best club in Melbourne.
Great place to train. Everyone there is very supportive both students and the coaches. Keith, Rung and Dave are great coaches. They push you to the right limit, encourage a lot. Training place is big, take a lot of students in one session. You get individual attention, till you get the technique right. 5 stars from me.
Love this Gym. I've personally learnt so much while training at immersion and met the most amazing people.Highly recommend for anyone who either wants to get fit, learn a martial art from experienced professionals and competitors or to be in a genuinely great environment
I'm a Brown Belt from another club, 10 years of training and international competitor. Due to us not having an accessible kids class due to our living arrangements our 12yo can't train with us consistently. We searched for quite a while to find a suburban club that was both enjoyable for him and had technically proficient instruction. The kids class here is absolutely first rate and Ben is a wonderful instructor. The atmosphere is excellent and the level of kids coming out of this club speaks for itself. Highly recommend for anyone in Glen Waverley.
I am a complete newbie and decided to give it a go. Been to a few other places around but they don't compare... So glad I've finally found you guys, thanks heaps! Great coaches and an atmosphere to keep you going! I will definitely be coming here for the next few years without a doubt.
Just started Muay Thai with Immersion just over a month ago and it's been a pretty good experience so far. I was recommended to come here by a friend who fights, which he mentioned his teacher got trained by Keith.Keith and Rung have been absolutely great - they're always keeping an eye out on the ground to 'drill' it into you to get things right. They teach you some practical drills which you can try out when sparring later on. When partnered up with thigh and belly pads, you call out combos for your partner - I liked how once Keith stopped us to comment on the practicality of the combos being thrown out (taking your distance to your opponent into consideration with the punch/kicks you throw).Have to agree with the others that there is generally a very supportive culture - no matter how junior or senior you are, people are there to help correct your technique or give advice.