BRAMPTON MUAY THAI.

FOR HER.

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Women’s Only

Muay Thai

For women, by women.

 
Lineage:  Ajahn Suchart Yodkerepaupri, Siam No.1, Kru Yai Nick Bautista, Brampton Muay Thai   2019:  Team Canada IFMA World Championships (Under 23)   2018:  Certified Poo Choi Kru under Sports Authority of Thailand and Muay Thai Naikhanomtom Association   2018:  Muay Thai Canada National Gold Medalist (A Class)   2016:  Muay Thai Canada National Gold Medalist (C Class)

Lineage: Ajahn Suchart Yodkerepaupri, Siam No.1, Kru Yai Nick Bautista, Brampton Muay Thai

2019: Team Canada IFMA World Championships (Under 23)

2018: Certified Poo Choi Kru under Sports Authority of Thailand and Muay Thai Naikhanomtom Association

2018: Muay Thai Canada National Gold Medalist (A Class)

2016: Muay Thai Canada National Gold Medalist (C Class)

My teacher, Ajahn Suchart once explained to me the nature of Muay Thai:

“Muay Thai is beautiful and brutal. But before it is beautiful, it is brutal. Meaning, it has to be effective first and foremost. Don’t worry about looking pretty. Be effective.”

This was one of my favourite lessons because it speaks to how I feel about womanhood. I should not have to focus so much on how I look. I should be more focused on my usefulness to myself and others first. Beauty does not have to be limited to aesthetics, nor does utility have to be sacrificed to achieve it. Muay Thai teaches to be effective in defending oneself physically, with aesthetics as an effect of building skill.

Possessing skill leads to true confidence, while the absence of confidence is vulnerability. The vehicle I use to reverse that vulnerability is Muay Thai. My job as a teacher is to teach what is productive and useful—to create change; from vulnerability into ability.

-Poo Choi Kru Kat Velasquez

 

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