Virtual/Instructor-led training

Martial Arts-Based Fitness Classes

Introduction

Our kickboxing/martial arts-based fitness classes offer a high-intensity workout that combines cardio, strength training, and self-defense techniques. These classes are designed to promote overall wellness and improve employee health and well-being. 

Details​
A typical class includes:
  • Warm-Up: Preparing the body with light cardio and mobility exercises.
  • Basic Techniques: Learning fundamental stances, punches, and kicks.
  • Combinations and Drills: Practicing punch-kick combos and coordination drills.
  • Basic Self-Defense Moves
  • Core and Conditioning Exercises
  • Cool Down: Gentle Stretches & Deep Breathing

The safety of your employees is our top priority. Our instructors will provide a thorough explanation of each technique and its proper execution to prevent injury. It is important that employees listen to the instructions and follow them carefully. If any of your employees have medical conditions or injuries, they must inform the instructor before the class starts.

Book live sessions so that your team can stay healthy together.

  • Weekly Classes: Regular sessions to ensure consistent physical and mental well-being for your employees.
  • Fortnightly Classes: Bi-weekly sessions for a more flexible approach to fit your team’s schedule.
  • Monthly Classes: Sessions held once a month for employees with busy schedules.
  • Ad-hoc Booking: For ultimate flexibility, book live sessions on demand, ensuring employees receive the support they need when they need it.
  • Block of 10 Sessions: A compact package for teams looking to get started with our program.
  • Block of 16 Sessions Spread Across the Year: This package provides a structured approach to health and fitness, offering employees a year-round commitment to their well-being.
  • Block of 24 Sessions: A package designed for teams seeking a more comprehensive fitness experience.
  • Block of 50 Sessions: Ideal for organizations committed to prioritizing the long-term health and productivity of their workforce.

Physical Health Disclaimer:

Participants should consult a physician before starting any fitness program, especially if they have any pre-existing medical conditions. Physical activity, including virtual and onsite fitness classes, carries an inherent risk of injury.