Chiang Mai, Thailand
- Learn basic Thai boxing moves
- Observe Thai boxing demonstration
- 2 hours of Thai massage
Learn to twist and turn your body as you learn this ancient art of transforming your entire body into a weapon from a professional Thai boxer. Muay Thai is known as an aggressive combat sport, but for centuries, this art is deeply rooted in spirituality, self-defense from invasion, and a way for captives to earn their freedom. After the intense release of energy, let's relax by Thai massage.
Who This Experience Is Good For
Anyone who enjoys exercising or interested in Muay Thai and wants to try Thai massage in the land of its origin
Easy - No experience needed
Meet Our Local Host
- 12 PM Pick up at Palm Springs Parlor parking lot
- Arrive at Muay Thai Gym and learn real Muay Thai boxing, train at a real boxing camp with professional trainers
- Leave to Thai massage
- Getting a massage for 2 hours
- Leave Thai massage place
- Arrive at Palm Springs Parlor
- Transportation to Muay Thai gym and to massage location
- Drinking water
- Some Thai bananas (before the workout)
- Class and massage fee
What's Not Included
- Anything not mentioned above
Know Before You Go
- Please have breakfast before the experience as it will not be provided
What To Bring
- Workout clothes and shoes that are easy to take on and off (no shoes while training)
- Clothes to change for shower before the Thai massage
Minimum To Operate
Deadline To Book
7 days prior to the start of the experience
Frequently Asked Questions
I am now a warrior. I intimidated, defeated and humiliated my designated 4 cubic meters of empty air through a combined strategy of heavy breathing, convincing elbows, deadly knee kicks, devastating mental trickery and intense eye contact. Do not attempt to put my skills to the test. I think I am busy that day anyway.
I also learned about the Art of Muay Thai, the work ethic of the trainers (though I am pretty sure I could have taken them) and I was even inspired to attend and subsequently shout myself hoarse at a local Muay Thai match afterwards.
At the end, the massage we had helped soothe my well earned muscles and pride, and put me in to a deep sleep where I dreamt that I was beating up Conor McGregor for being kind of a cocky jerk who think he just owns the place, doesn't he? Well, he doesn't! And then I woke up.