ABOUT MUAYTHAI INSTITUTE

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Mission Statement

“The existence of Muaythai Institute originally derived from the cabinet’s resolution on establishing the World Muaythai Council in 1995. The council’s role and responsibility is to promote the Thai arts of self-defense at a national and international level.


The international conference held in Bangkok on 25 September 1995 and organized by the Council expressed their needs for the establishment of a Muaythai Institute in Thailand.


Accordingly, Mr. Amnuay Kesbumrung, the pioneer and owner of Rangsit Thai boxing stadium, was given a license to operate the Muaythai Institute in his stadium.”
(1)

In turn, and from 2005—2008, under the direction and guidance of 17 Masters and mentors at Muaythai Institute Thailand, Kirby Thibeault completed instructor and referee training and in July 2008 began to.

represent the Muaythai Institute to help achieve its above principles and objectives by providing course certification in Calgary, Alberta, Canada in direct association with Muaythai Institute Thailand.

 

Consequently, Mr. Kirby Thibeault began Muaythai classes on July 4, 2008 and launched the second Muaythai Institute to help promote and share the Muaythai standard as recognized by the World Muaythai Council (WMC) and Thai Ministry of Education with Muaythai Institute Thailand.


This includes helping teach both the ‘right attitude’ and techniques as taught at Muaythai Institute Thailand along with Thai traditions and culture.

Mr. Kirby Thibeault is both honored and humbled by being able to represent Muaythai Institute Thailand and extends his eternal thanks and gratitude to his mentors and Masters at Muaythai Institute Thailand.

 

1 Muaythai Institute (MTI), Rangsit Stadium, Thailand.

CORPORATE THAILAND MAGAZINE

SPARRING WITH MASTER ANON

 

 

ONLY GOD FORGIVES

MOVIE FIGHT SCENE

WITH RYAN GOSLING

FILMED AT MUAYTHAI INSTITUTE RANGSIT, THAILAND

Scenes in the movie ONLY GOD FORGIVES, starring Ryan Gosling, were filmed at Muaythai Institute, Rangsit, Thailand. 

 

Celebrities such as Jean Claude Van Damme have also trained at Muaythai Institute, Rangsit, Thailand.  

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517 16 AV NE CALGARY, AB, CANADA

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WEB ADDRESS: www.muaythai-institute.ca

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Monthly Memberships

 

Adults: $90 per month FLAT RATE (two classes per week, expires at month end)

Private Training: ($120 PER HOUR. 

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Uniform

Required Uniform: $150 per uniform (SHIRT, SHORTS, & HANDWRAPS).  Once a student joins, uniform purchase is required.

All pricing is subject to change over time.  Additional fees apply if/when new classes are added to the monthly training schedule.  

 

It is recommended that a student first complete a trial class for $20 to determine if they like to train hard and the class is a fit.  No drop ins, class set by appointment.

COMPETITION

Students aiming to compete may do so under full Thai rules and traditions at the parent company Muaythai Institute in Bangkok where weekly Muaythai matches occur.  

Why Train Muaythai

To have fun and make Muaythai training a "lifestyle".


To train the body, mind, and spirit.


To truly "train hard" physically and mentally.


To train without ego.


To develop sport specific Muaythai skills, not a combination

of martial arts or 'combatives' but instead pure Muaythai.


To learn Thai traditions and culture.
To develop strong striking and defensive skills.


To train in a focused martial art that trains individuals to develop physical and mental toughness.


To train and appreciate that good finesse and strong spirit outlast and outperform size through hard training.


To develop a "never quit" or "it's never over" attitude as opposed to limiting oneself to finite sets or minutes in training.

Traits for Student Success

  1. No ego.

  2. A hard work and good focus attitude that saves chatting for after class.

  3. Strong spirit.

  4. Patience.

  5. Humility.

  6. Humbleness.

  7. Detachment.

  8. Indifferent mindset.

  9. Any physical size.

  10. Growth and learning oriented individuals that have open minds.