Posted On:1/04/2010 3:00pm
Style: Muay Thai
This is just a friendly message letting all the fellow Bullshido peeps know that a new gym has opened up in North York, Ontario, Canada.
We are all about education and the martial experience. York Muay Thai focuses on the traditions, culture and philosophies of the Thai people through a solid Muay Thai curriculum.
Come out and experience a new fusion of mind, body soul and education at York Muay Thai.
Opening January 11th, 2010.
Grand Opening in March 2010
Website is still being built but visit us to stay tuned.
Khap khun kha!
Kru Jenypher Lanthier
Owner & Director
York Muay Thai Inc.
Posted On:1/04/2010 3:05pm
email if anyone needs it
Posted On:1/09/2010 4:51pm
Looks awesome, Kru J!
I've been following this on Facebook for awhile. I had wanted to join up last semester but the classes offered on campus didn't jive with my schedule, but this is perfect.
Really excited to get back into shape and dive in. I'll be seeing you on Tuesday!
Posted On:1/14/2010 10:47am
Traditional Muay Thai is great, then you have the Thai names linke in Ong Bak the Movie isnt it? I trained it in Thailand for a while
Mhadtrong straight punch
Mhadawad hook punch
Mhad Soy upper cut
Teep Tronng front kick and so on
Many schools say they teach muay thai but they still name techniques as low kick etc. But i like traditional stuff with traditional names. Further more i will stick to mma basic mma and competition.
Posted On:1/14/2010 11:22am
Authentic and Traditional may also refer to the style. Even the TOP gyms around who have Thai instructors don't always use the Thai names for things. It gets confusing to the students.
We use basic Thai terminology and when students reached an advanced level they learn more Thai names for things.
Good on you to train train in Thailand and remember the names.
Good luck with MMA.
Posted On:2/10/2010 7:56pm
While I am currently a member of a muay thai school in Scarborough, I would be interested in coming by to check this place out. Your website seems a bit bare, but I suppose that's just because you just opened.
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