A learning community.
Community benefit is the ultimate destination of education. Learning that is reinforced in all directions; the people beside you (your peers); the people below you (those who follow you); and the one's above you (your teachers). That group as a whole, is called a community. Education is most potent when it benefits all ends of our community.
So to me Martial Art should be validated by it's contribution to the vitality of a community. Because if the weaker members of our community are strong, our strength as a whole increases.
This isn't about championship belts, nor is this about becoming the deadliest version of yourself. This is simply about being a good, strong, able person so you can pass that forward.
Kru Yai Nick Bautista
the body is always in shape.
The body can be many things. It quite literally becomes how we treat it. Cease to use it? It becomes an expert of staying put. Put it in motion, then it becomes very efficient. Teach it a movement pattern and it absorbs it.
The body, is merely a reflection of how we use it.
Martial Art training is about moving our body as a weapon--and allowing our physique to respond as such.
It's for those reasons that I've personally fell in love with Muay Thai. It's allowed me to discover a higher level of physicality through a different lens of ability. This is the experience I wish to share with you.
Group class schedule
The greatest accomplishment we can have with the youth is to cultivate a positive relationship between themselves and physical training. The key is to present training in a happy way, not a punitive way. True discipline begins with passion, not punishment. This program is simply about that: Strong Physique, Strong Technique through happiness.
Continuing with the theme of cultivating discipline in the youth through passion, the teen program is about placing emphasis on their physicality--because passion becomes discipline when we increase the intensity for passion to be expressed.
The strongest form of motivation comes from curiosity. When we are curious, we naturally behave in a motivated way. Beginner classes are conducted with that notion in mind--by placing the emphasis on learning and instruction, training is naturally intense and consistency becomes automatic.
Monday Wednesday 7.30-9pm
45m Strength x Conditioning / 45m Technical Instruction x Application
No experience necessary
Emphasis on general strength x conditioning
Emphasis on fundamental instruction
Once a passion for training is established alongside a physicality able to receive higher doses of training we begin to focus on the developing deeper concepts of offensive and defensive competencies.
Tuesday Thursday 6pm-7.30pm
45m Fundamentals x Drilling / 45m Application x Padwork
Blue Shorts required via Siam No.1/Ajahn Suchart Yodkerepaupri
Emphasis on repetition