Train Muay ThAi
Celebrating 20 years of Muay Thai at the University of Sydney
The Sydney Uni Muay Thai Club is the home of Muay Thai and kickboxing at the University of Sydney. The Club proudly inherits Muay Thai's 20-year long legacy at the University, and is joined by Muay Thai practitioners and enthusiasts from all over the world.
Modern sport, traditional roots
A traditional martial art and combat that originates from Thailand, Muay Thai is now practised worldwide and draws in practitioners from all backgrounds.
A full-body experience
Muay Thai often goes by the name of the “art of eight limbs”, with fighters recruiting their fists, elbows, knees and shins as they engage in stand-up striking and clinching.
Physicality meets spirituality
The sport is renowned not only for its physical intensity, but also its discipline, spirituality and the five values of respect, honour, fair play, excellence and tradition.
Who can train
Whether you’re a seasoned veteran or completely new to Muay Thai, you're welcome to train at the Club. Both university and non-university members can sign up for a membership.
Leading the training at our Club is head coach Chin-Liang (CL) Beh, who pioneered Muay Thai and kickboxing at Sydney Uni in 1998 and has been coaching for over 20 years.
How we train
Our Club runs structured and unstructured training to help you learn Muay Thai at your pace. Our 90 minute structured classes are led by the head coach, and take you through Muay Thai techniques, conditioning and fitness. This training is rounded off with strength and conditioning sessions designed to build your fitness.
When we train
We train throughout the week, throughout the semester, and throughout the year.
Tuesday 7.30 - 9pm
Structured - Brydens Boxing Gym
Friday 6 - 7pm
Strength and conditioning - No Quarter Gym
Saturday 3 - 4.30pm
Structured - Brydens Boxing Gym
Where we train
Training takes place in Brydens Boxing Gym at the Sydney Uni Sports and Aquatic Centre—right in the heart of the University of Sydney. The gym is fitted with a boxing ring, heavy bags and other training fixtures, and has ample space for training.
Our strength and conditioning sessions are run at our partner gym No Quarter, 10 minutes' walk from Redfern Station.
What people are saying
A full-body sport calls for full protection. The following is a must if you want to train with the Club:
Boxing gloves: supports your hands when you deal devastating blows. Bring minimum 12-ounce gloves for training, and 16-ounce for sparring.
Mouthguard: protects your smile and jaw from hits taken in the face.
Hand wraps: holds your hands and wrists together with each punch you throw.
Breathable clothing: keeps your body cool, and gives you more range of motion in your punches and kicks.
Towel and drink bottle: so you can stay clean and refreshed during training.
Shoes off: as you’ll be kicking heavy bags and partners, a lot.
Shin guards: insulates your shins from heavy kicks.
One membership. Unlimited training.
A Club membership gets you unlimited access to all structured and unstructured training sessions, at both Brydens Boxing Gym and No Quarter Gym. To join the Club, all you need is to become a Sydney Uni Sports & Fitness member and pay a small Club membership fee. Sign up online or at reception.
$175 paid every 12 months
$240 paid in three instalments
$225 paid every 12 months
Ideal for trying a class
single use only