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Muay Thai Chaiya

Before there was Muay Thai, there was Muay Chaiya.  Originated 200 years ago, King Rama V taught Muay Chaiya to regular townsfolk. Muay Thai Chaiya training uses both offensive (throwing, smashing, grappling, and breaking) and defensive techniques (dodging, pushing, and blocking).  Use the arms and legs as defensive weapons.

Muay Chaiya Methodology

Unlike Muay Thai, students do not start by learning to kick or punch. Instructors teach the steps and movements.  Students practice them thousands of times before slowly learning techniques in kicking and punching.  Learn Muay Thai Chaiya for its cultural and fitness value.  As Muay Chaiya instructors are rare in Thailand, take advantage of this class to discover the roots of Thailand’s national sport.  Develop basic, strong, impressive self defense skills for real situations while keeping the body fit through exercises to work the core.

Why Participate?

  • Learn a solid defense system using arms and legs as weapons
  • Discover Muay Thai’s original, complete martial arts form
  • Practice drills and movements repeatedly until they are automatic

What Should I Bring?

  • Wear loose shorts and shirts for mobility
  • Patience and endurance to repeat the same drills until you perfect them

Additional Class Information

  • Classes, coaches and venues are subject to change due to availability.
  • Reservations must be made with Club Services and acceptance into the class will be on a first-come, first-serve basis.
  • Please be ready 10 mins before classes start to ensure they run on time.

Prices

Hotel Guests

INCLUDED

Members

INCLUDED

All Access Day Pass

900 THB

Sports Day Pass

700 THB

  • Discounts available for block bookings for multiple sessions.
  • Individual and small groups (2-5 people) sessions also available on request.

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Class Timetable

  Open Time Close Time Trainer Address
Sunday 11:00 11:55 Supakorn “Chai” Khun-In Muay Thai Stadium
Sunday
11:00 - 11:55 - with Supakorn “Chai” Khun-In - at Muay Thai Stadium