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Our festive timetable runs from Dec 21 to Jan 13 for both branches. We are open every day except for the public holidays. Please click HERE and refer back regularly as times will be updated

Jai Thai Boxing Gym is a modern, clean and fully equipped Muay Thai training centre.

We have two branches in the heart of Wellington and Auckland.

The art of Thai Boxing or Muay Thai is a fun way to keep fit while also learning some serious self-defence skills. At Jai Thai Boxing gym we specialise in cardio-focused, non-aggressive workouts that burn up to 800 calories per hour. Our challenging routines involve pad work, punching, kicking bags and shadow boxing. This method of training allows students to get the full physical and mental benefits of Thai Boxing without the need for fighting. We teach Thai Boxing movements as a means of developing core strength while toning your muscles and honing your reflexes. There’s no pressure to fight or spar, although you’ll gain skills which can be used in self-defence or competitive situations. So whether you are a beginner looking for a fun way to stay fit or an aspiring K-1 champ, our experienced Thai and local trainers can help you reach your goals.

Check out our timetable here

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December 12, 2017
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How to stay Fit, not Fat over the Festive Season – Positive Festive Gains – part one

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December 12, 2017

Gym hygiene and etiquette – Part Two – BO and Sweat

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November 13, 2017

Featured student – our friend James

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November 12, 2017

Training while pregnant – guest post from a Muay Thai Mummy

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November 8, 2017

Vegetable Gains – Using nutrition to supercharge your Muay Thai training

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October 1, 2017

Bag work for Muay Thai – what you should be doing

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September 13, 2017

The magic of Thai Oil – Namman Muay

Ahh the smell of thai oil. Like it or love it. Anyone who has ever stepped into a Muay Thai camp or stadium knows this smell. It has a strong musty, peppermint menthol aroma with a scent which can permeate…

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July 17, 2017

10 ways to get good at Muay Thai fast (aka lessons we learned from Bruce Lee)

This post has totally been endorsed by Bruce Lee. OK, that’s not entirely accurate (don’t sue us please!).  But a lot of what we learned has been echoed by him, and learned the hard way – through blood, sweat and…

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April 17, 2017

Siam no.1 Fight Night 25 March 2017

                      10 JAI fighters will be getting into the ring for Siam no.1. Here are some of them Tommo “Khunseuk” Ward Tommo Khunseuk Ward 6-2-0 fighting Tyson Patrick (Kun Muay…

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March 10, 2017
    Kick Start your Muay Thai experience with this free class. This one-hour introduction will give you a taste of action to come, and cover fundamental techniques. It is suitable for all fitness levels and ages. Bookings required.
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