MUAY BORAN FOR MEMBERS
MONDAY | 18.30–20.00
Defence, grappling and energy principles
TUESDAY | 17.00–18.30
Attacking techniques and combos with Thai pads
WEDNESDAY | 18.30–20.00
Forms, take-downs and energy principles
THURSDAY | 17.00–18.30
Foot work, counter attacks and muscle conditioning
SATURDAY | 12.00-13.30
Changing theme + sparring (optional)
Book your class at WIX app or here:
6 months deal 45€/mo (40€ students and unemployed)
Non-fixed term 54€/mo (49€ students and unemployed)
You can pay with ePassi, Eazybreak, Smartum and Edenred excercise benefits.
Some important guidelines that everyone training in IMBA needs to follow.
Please wash your hands when arriving at the gym
Please wash your feet to maintain hygiene and cleanliness at the gym
Remember to use IMBA t-shirt & thai boxing shorts or IMBA t-shirt & traditional shorts in the class (after the basic course)
Please use the required protective equipment (after basic course): gloves, shin guards, mouth piece, groin guard and elbow protection (+ helmet, optional)
Make sure your nails are cut. Long nails can accidentally cause wounds to your training partner
It is natural to sweat during the training. Please take care of your personal hygienebefore the class for the comfortability of everyone.
Use a towel to wipe off sweat when sweating a lot
Training when sick is not allowed for the sake of your and others' health.
Make sure you have a free-time insurance which also covers martial arts training.
It's good to remember to arrive at the class only when you are healthy and rested well, so that training is safe and productive.
IN THE CLASS
Martial arts are individual events, but you need training partners and teachers to develop. Please treat them politely and with respect. In IMBA this is a very important value, as we are all one big family.
For your and others' safety please listen carefully all instructions and follow them in the class.
It's allowed and recommended to have fun in the class. Yet, remember to let others practice in peace.
OUTSIDE THE GYM
When your skills develop, also your responsibility increases. Consider carefully where you use your skills.
Do not use IMBA clothing or accessories outside the gym in a disrespectful way, such as in a bar.
If you take pictures in the class, ask everyone in the picture for permission before sharing them.