The Muay Thai Sangha Arts holds a number of intensive fighting arts courses per year to pass on the curriculum for those who want to experience a truly effective system of fighting. The intensive course curriculum can also allow each student when completed to become a certified teacher recognized by the school.
The intensive courses are divided into three stages: beginner, intermediate, and advanced. The duration of each of these intensive courses will be one full month. All the courses cover 6 hours per day, 5 days per week (Monday-Friday), and 3 hours on Saturday. Each intensive course is split into morning and evening sessions with a break in between.
The beginner and intermediate courses are composed of both Krabong (wooden staff) and Muay Thai training in the morning, and both Muay Chaiya and Thai Double Swords training in the evening. The advanced intensive course curriculum allows the student to choose and specialize in particular topics of either Krabong/Muay Thai or Muay Chaiya/Thai Double Swords for the entire duration of the month. The entire Muay Thai Sangha fighting arts curriculum covers armed and unarmed combat situations from stand-up to ground fighting techniques, both for competition and self-defense purposes.
The Courses are held at our Muay Thai Sangha Headquarters located in the heart of Northern Thailand, only 40 minutes North of Chiang Mai in the village of Mae Taeng, a small town surrounded by mountains next to the Srilanna national park. Click here for more information about our training facilities. The fees for any of the intensive courses include the training, private accommodation and uniform for each student. Meals and other expenses are excluded.