Muay Thai Kickboxing classes are free for first timers between the 1st and 7th of December!

What’s more, by popping in and filling out an entry form, you go in the draw to win $140 worth of Martial Arts equipment. No better way to kickstart your kickboxing journey! This offer is only available at the Riccarton club, and only available for first time attendees. So if you haven’t had a go before, now’s the time!

Proactive Muay Thai Kickboxing    (Adults 16 years +)

  • Fast, effective fitness taught in a fun, friendly and safe environment
    Train at your own pace and intensity level
  • Increase your stamina, strength and flexibility while learning authentic Muay Thai skills to music

What style of Muay Thai Kickboxing?

Proactive Kickboxing is a class for ages 16+. Classes are taught in a positive and friendly environment allowing students to learn new skills, gain confidence, workout and enjoy the journey!
“Technique and fitness are a big part of our curriculum – classes also focus on self discipline, respect, leadership and self defence.”
Our fully structured grading system allows students to progress through the ranks based on their skill level, setting goals and challenging themselves both mentally and physically.
First lesson is FREE!!


Our training is of Thai kickboxing origins and western style boxing methods, but our methodology and ideology is universal. We incorporate the latest up-to-date training methods from around the world to give you a comprehensive and practical system for kickboxing.


Muay Thai is one of the most devastating stand-up fighting systems in the world. Thai boxing as it is known, originated over 1,000 years ago, and has evolved from military origins into the popular international sport it is today.


Many people enter the sport for different reasons, and while some will carry on the tradition, others appreciate the sport mainly as a way of getting into shape, learning self-defence and understanding a different culture. The use of boxing, kicking, elbowing and kneeing makes Muay Thai incredibly effective as a street self-defence art, and a practical part of mixed martial arts cross training.

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