Kids Muay Thai

THAI BOXING / MUAY THAI
A long history dating back almost two thousand years. Kings that once ruled Thailand made Thai Boxing (or Muay Thai), part of military training. As Hockey is the Canadian national sport, Thailand recognized Muay Thai as theirs. Muay Thai is referred to as the science of eight limbs as the hands, elbows, shins and knees are all used extensively in this art. Modern-day Kick Boxing (K1) was developed as an introduction to Thai Boxing.

Training in Muay Thai is an investment in your child’s future. From our youngest members to adults, we offer a fun, safe and positive learning environment where your child can develop self esteem, confidence, discipline and respect. All qualities needed for a successful and happy life.

Through our well structured classes, your child will learn valuable self defense skills, while improving their overall physical fitness, health and coordination. You will notice improved study habits, better grades, increased concentration and self-motivation. With their new found confidence, teamwork and leadership skills, your child will have the keys to excel in school and life.

Class activities include: Skipping, Circuit Training, Shadow Boxing, Pad work, Muay Thai kicking and punching drills, Light contact sparring and Athletic games

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I have been at P4P for almost two years  

I have been sweating with P4P for almost two years. I do two 60 minute sessions per week, each one 30 minutes of strength and conditioning and 30 minutes of boxing. Working out with the P4P instructors has made me stronger, my cardio has gone way up and most importantly to me I have lost nearly 60lbs of fat. I reached my initial goal of 199lbs and I'm still losing more. The last time I was under 200lbs was 8-10 years ago! I truly enjoy my workouts with the P4P instructors no matter how hard they pushes me, and I would highly recommend him to anyone looking to get in better shape.

Scott Yake    February 10, 2016   Pickering   
Kru Saji and Kru Ritch are great coaches  

I have been training here since they opened. Kru Saji and Kru Ritch are great coaches who will help push you past your limits to achieve your fitness or fighting goals. Their students have been transformed into elite athletes who also help train new students with the same intensity and determination.

Connor A.    May 23, 2011   Ajax   
You will not be disappointed  

Went in with a few of my best friends, we were all very nervous but left the class feeling motivated. The instructors were very helpful and patient in helping us correct our techniques as we have never taken a muay thai class before. After our first class we signed up for a membership, highly recommend going in to a trial class, you will not be disappointed.

Brittany Charlton    August 20, 2018   Pickering   
No egos. No meatheads. No hotheads.  

No egos. No meatheads. No hotheads. An excellent gym with a wealth of knowledge and experience.
Feels like a community always looking for more additions to their extended family. The instructors will guide you as though they are providing you through a private session with an excellent eye for technique.
The students thrive off of the philosophy: "Each one, teach one."
Everyone grows together and everyone walks out feeling better than they did walking in.

Jerome M.    May 15, 2018   Pickering   
If you are looking to join a gym, look no further than P4P  

I joined P4P on a recommendation from a friend and couldn't be happier with my decision The facility is great and the coaching staff are amazing. Whether you are training to fight or training for fitness, the instructors/coaches will work on your level. It's a very friendly environment and everyone is willing to help you out if you are having difficulty. They also have classes during the day, which a lot of other gyms don't. Enough old things can't be said about this gym! If you are looking to join a gym, look no further than P4P.

Solomon Gyabeng    June 8, 2017   Pickering