Proven the most effective striking art on the planet.
Muaythai is the striking style most commonly used in professional Mixed Martial Arts (such as the UFC) style competitions.
It is known as the “Art of 8 Limbs” because it utilises punches, kicks, elbows, and knees – making it the most versatile and effective striking system on the planet.
Even better, it is a great workout and not boring – this motivates people who normally hate going to the gym and gets them working out while learning practical striking skills.
While training Muaythai you will…
Discover the science and mechanics of proper striking (kicking, punching, footwork, head movement, offence and defence).
Develop strong cardio along with explosiveness (Muaythai training increases your cardio and builds strength at the same time).
Improve focus, concentration and increase eye/body coordination.
Build muscle and lose fat while learning practical self-defence skills.
Make new friends and have tons of fun!
Frequently Asked Questions
What a regular class looks like
Your training will start with 15-20 minutes of warm-up drills involving skipping, conditioning, Muaythai-specific movement drills and shadow boxing.
Following the warm-up, your Coach will develop your skills with any number of training exercises including pad work, bag work, technical drills with partners and more. The content of the class will vary from week to week, keeping the class fresh while focusing on all aspects of Muaythai. Your Coach will help and correct you where needed and answer any questions you might have along the way. We were all beginners once and we’ll treat you professionally and with the highest level of patience. We’re confident you will get the hang of it fast!
In Advanced classes, you will often have the opportunity to apply what you have learned with sparring. While Sparring is NOT compulsory, the objective is to test your skills, to attempt to apply what you have learned in the class and to have some fun – it is not to hurt each other. Immersion Coaches pay extremely careful attention during sparring, ensuring that it is performed safely and in the spirit of learning.
We are extremely proud to have developed a fantastic team culture with no ‘meat-heads’ and as a result both training and sparring are safe and positive experiences.