Since 2010 Kru Natalie Fuz has warmly welcomed amateur and professional Muay Thai practitioners and fighters, non-traditional athletes, and anyone looking for an inspiring and inclusive environment.
We also offer strength and conditioning, yoga, pilates, and Jiu Jitsu classes for a well-rounded fitness and movement-based self care program.
Come learn, work, sweat…and train with a smile!
Whether you’re new to Muay Thai, or you have previous experience, we love meeting new people! Here are a few things to keep in mind when you come to see us for the first time.
We need time to process your paperwork, show you around, and if you’re brand new, help you wrap your hands.
If you arrive inside of that window, please understand that in addition to prepping for the next class, we’re often transitioning from other classes and activities—so we generally cannot include you in that session. Please do your best to arrange to come to your first class on day when you can arrive early.
It can take a few times to get the hang of wrapping your hands. We have an instructional video on our site, but if you’re still learning and need help, please arrive to class at least 10 minutes early.
If you’re accustomed to split-level classes, please be aware that our classes are structured for all levels.
Our primary focus is technique—range, footwork, balance, and control—and our approach is traditionally Thai. If you are looking throw bombs while you’re drilling or sparring, this is not the gym for you.
If you have any injuries, tightness, or any other physical limitations (before or during class), let us know. Muay Thai will get you moving in new ways, so we want to make sure that we’re doing what we can to make sure your experience is fun and safe.