9654 16th Ave SW, Seattle, WA
This FREE event is a beginning Muay Thai class!! We have been given a unique opportunity for a FREE two hour class at Pacific Muay Thai! No experience necessary.
More about the compayn: Their mission is to coach, motivate, and inspire students to perform their best in the gym or in the ring. They are committed to building a path for students to transform their lives through health and fitness while instilling core values: discipline, respect, and perseverance.
The teachers are amazing people and you can learn more about what is offered by visiting
A little about the teachers:
Britton began training Muay Thai over a decade ago and has never looked back. He has trained at world renowned Muay Thai gyms in Thailand and Europe alongside champion fighters, as well as gyms in the Puget Sound region. His commitment to supporting athletes interested in fighting in the ring is what inspired him to open Pacific Muay Thai.
Britton has taught as a Certified Associate Instructor under the Thai Boxing Association for over five years. For him, the best part of teaching is getting to see students develop their unique style of Muay Thai and seeing them progress, no matter their experience or background.
Muay Thai has taught Britton a sense of self-awareness, helped to improve his mental and physical fitness and gave him the courage to go after his dreams, including opening a gym offering authentic Muay Thai training.
Kim is an international coach and fighter, having competed and trained in Belgium, France, Holland and the U.S. His training in martial arts began over two decades ago with traditional Shotokan Karate followed by Viet Vo Dao, Kyokushin Full Contact Karate and Taekwondo. Kim has also trained in Muay Thai for over five years and out of all these disciplines, Muay Thai combative style fits him best. Kim has a very unique fighting style that combines all of these disciplines.
Kim has competed in national and international events including the 2005 Viet Vo Dao European Championship, 2007 Belgian Full Contact Karate Championship, 2009 Taekwondo LMA Open, and 2009 Taekwondo Pacific Northwest Open. He’s trained with many professional fighters including Tarec Saffiedine (current UFC fighter and former Strifkeforce welterweight champion), Mak Bunrad (ONE FC rising superstar), and Uriel Albamonte (SHC #1 Contender). Sharing his passion for Muay Thai and martial arts is what inspired him to open Pacific Muay Thai.
Throughout his years of training in combative sports, he has developed a passion for the strength and conditioning aspect of competition. At Pacific Muay Thai, Kim will be combining his background in various martial arts with his knowledge and passion for Strength and Conditioning to develop programs that will offer students with the most comprehensive preparation for fights and competition. When he’s not training, Kim is working to earn his Master’s in Aerospace Engineering.
Eric developed his competitive nature growing up playing sports such as football and basketball. After high school he joined the U.S. Army's Infantry. In the eight years serving his country, he trained hand to hand combatives and learned the importance of physical and mental toughness. Eric started his martial arts training with Kali/panantukan and transitioned to Muay Thai because of the greater opportunity to compete, so when that opportunity became a chance to open a Muay Thai gym Eric leapt at the chance.
In the six years he has trained Muay Thai, he has discovered that the aptitude for using tactics and manoeuvers that he learned in the army applies well to fighting. During training sessions, he likes to help students who are having difficulties with movement and technique to perfect their skills. To him, the best part of teaching is building students up and making them stronger. When not at the gym, he enjoys watching the Seahawks and fights.