Choose Between Two Options
- $35 for 10 Muay Thai, Boxing, or Brazilian jujitsu classes (a $250 value)
- $39 for one month of unlimited kids’ Muay Thai or Brazilian jujitsu classes for students aged 5–16 (an $85 value)
Click here to see the schedule, which includes kids’ muay thai classes six days a week and morning, lunchtime, and evening classes for adults of all experience levels.
Fairtex MuayThai Fitness
Fairtex was founded as a Thailand-based clothing company in 1958, but owner Philip Wong was not satisfied with just peddling fashion trends. On the side, he started a muay thai and boxing camp in Bangkok to indulge his passion for the sport. The camp flourished and became one of the first Thai camps to train European, American, and Japanese students. When Mr. Wong noticed the poor muay thai training Americans were receiving in their home country, he set out to bring his brand of training to the United States. Fairtex Muay Thai Fitness now boasts ten training locations spread across Thailand, the United States, Japan, and China.
The Mountain View gym is designed for cultural and knowledge sharing, housed in high ceilings lit by skylights. Full-size, 24-foot boxing rings stand permanently ready for training alongside 7-foot heavy bags, which are designed to weather the repeated impacts of sharp knees, elbows, and tongue-lashings from the coaches for always losing fights. Varied mat spaces are designed to host specific benefits to both striking and grappling arts, empowering students to stitch together a complete MMA education as they train in muay thai, Brazilian jujitsu, boxing, TRX, and strength and conditioning. The trainers offer coed adult classes and kid-focused programs, which help charges develop self-discipline, scholastic achievement, and self-confidence.