Red Balls of Fire

KICKBOXING
K.1 / Muay Thai / San Shou
(Competitive & Non Competitive)

Welcome to the OWC Kickboxing Program.  Our Program is mainly a K.1 Style of Kickboxing, however we train many aspects of Muay Thai and or San Shou (Sanda) for competition purpose.

Since kickboxing is a broad term that can be used both in a wide and narrow sense, this can make understanding the history somewhat difficult. Some of the earliest forms of kickboxing included the various Indochinese martial arts especially muay boran, which developed into modern Muay Thai.

However, in terms of modern competition, it was during the 1950s that a Japanese karateka named Tatsuo Yamada first established an outline of a new sport that combined karate and muay thai.

 

This was further explored during the early 1960s, when competitions between karate and Muay Thai began, which allowed for rule modifications to take place. By the middle of the decade the first true kickboxing events were being held in Osaka.

 

By the 1970s and 1980s the sport had expanded beyond Japan and had reached North America and Europe. It was during this time that many of the most prominent governing bodies were formed.

 

  • In Japan the sport was widely popular and was regularly broadcast on television before going into a dark period during the 1980s.

  • In North America the sport had unclear rules so kickboxing and full contact karate were essentially the same sport.

  • In Europe the sport found marginal success but did not thrive until the 1990s.

 

Since the 1990s the sport has been mostly dominated by the Japanese K-1 promotion, with some competition coming from other promotions and mostly pre-existing governing bodies.

 

Along with the growing popularity in competition, there has been an increased amount of participation and exposure in the mass media, fitness, and self-defence.

At Oshawa Wing Chun & Martial arts, we focus mainly on k1 Kickboxing, however, we provide options for competition in K1, Muay Thai, & San Shou rules.

Book your free week trial today!  < Click to Book Free Trial  

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Yearly Membership / Insurance Fee

Our Academy has a one time yearly membership and Insurance fee due upon registration.  This fee is

- $25.00 for light / no contact

- $50.00 for full contact

We wave this fee on the YEARLY LUMP SUM Payment.

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Program Cost

Our Programs have a 3 Month / 6 Month / 12 Month Term.

Once you pick a term, you can chose to pay montly with a valid Credit Card left on file, or you can pay in a lump sum for a savings.  The bigger the commtiment, the bigger the savings.

3 Month Term - $120.00 / Month   OR  $350.00 Lump Sum

6 Month Term - $110.00 / Month   OR $630.00 Lump Sum

12 Month Term - $100.00 / Month  OR $1100.00 Lump Sum

 

Black Sash Program - $3000.00 (don't pay again till black)

Gold Sash Program - $4000.00 (don't pay again till gold)

Private Lessons - $50.00 / Hour

Email for Family Plan

Payments accepted are Cash, Credit, Debit, Check, E-Transfer

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Schedule for Kickboxing

MONDAY......6:00pm - 7:30pm

FRIDAY......7:00pm - 8:45pm

SATURDAY......12:30pm - 2:30pm (Open Mat)

Private Lessons are by booking only

Registered members get Fitness Kickboxing Included!

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Uniform Requirements

During the trial period, just bring comfy clothes.  Our trial period consists of the free week trial and the first 3 months of membership.  After 3 months you are required to be in full uniform.

 

Kickboxing Required Uniform

Club Issue Thai Shorts (Black & White) - $40.00

Club Issue T-Shirt - $25.00

Club Issue Tank Top - $25.00

Compression Pants (optional)

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Membership Policy

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Just like the rent, class fee's are due by the first of every month!  The cost is a set amount every month based on the cost of the facility and is not based on ones attendance.  Classes are still oporating even if you are unable to attend or chose not to.  Students that attend classes regularly and maintain an at home practice regime, excel the fastest.  It is up to you, to dedicate yourself and make the equipment and class fee's worth your time and money!

A class fee is often misconstrued as the student paying for the art, when in actuality, the art is free.  One could never afford to pay for the time and experienced given and received by the Sifu.  The Student pays for the lights and roof.  Everyone must pay and respectfully pay on time.  This is a great show of respect and support for your club, your club family, your Sifu, and yourself!