At WTM Fitness Muay Thai Kickboxing we train all levels of fitness from the beginner to elite athlete.

Learning a Martial Art Can be intimidating. We probably all remember that first nervous step into the studio.

At WTM Fitness Muay Thai Kickboxing we believe that there should be a fitness program that can work for everyone. One that is supportive and promotes good health and wellness AND adds a spark of fun. We believe in positive encouragement and helping people reach their own personal goals.

We have highly experienced trainers who are excited to get to know you, to have you participate in one of our many classes or meet you for a 1:1 private Muay Thai session.

Our team is led by Master Han. WTM has all the aspects of training that one needs to get ahead. Great cardio, superb strength training and high quality Muay Thai techniques. All of our trainers are also fighters and/or have been trained in Thailand.

WTM VISION STATEMENT

To be a leading fitness muay thai kickboxing studio in Calgary by offering exceptionally high-quality training.

The core values of WTM are love, peace, and respect through Muay Thai training.

Our objective is to teach the true principles of Muay Thai; that is to use the techniques as a means of self defense and never as a tool of violence. To truly practice Muay Thai, one must also practice the principles of discipline, respect, modesty and the acceptance of all beings. As a proud Canadian with a Korean heritage, the intent of WTM is to endorse these principles to all people interested in learning the true spirit of Muay Thai. Muay Thai is an art form in every sense.

We give our utmost endeavor to ensure that our members are fully satisfied with our training and program services and we will back it up with our commitment, diligence and professional actions.

Muay Thai is an exceptional cardio intensive activity that inevitably promotes flexibility, builds endurance and burns calories.
Muay Thai Kickboxing was developed in Thailand and is commonly referred to as the “art of the eight limbs” as it uses eight points of contact. Namely, 2 hands, 2 elbows, 2 knees and 2 shins.