Tuesdays and thursdays

Thai boxing, also known as Muay Thai Boxing, originates from Thailand and is similar in many areas to kickboxing. But in this martial arts it is also allowed to use knees and elbows. In Thai boxing, much emphasis is placed on "low kicks", which means that in the training we spend a lot of time hardening the tibia. In this way, one can better perform powerful kicks, as well as receive and block these from the opponent. In order to harden the legs in the best possible way, there is a tradition in the training room to wear shorts rather than training pants. These also provide better freedom of movement.

Kung Fu Toa
Mondays, wednesdays and fridays
  • Kung Fu Toa is a classic form of martial arts, which is a fusion of dynamic yoga, karate and traditional kung fu. It contains several combat methods such as:
    • Shaolin kung fu
    • Animal forms
    • Weapons
    • Self defense and more

    The training itself includes physical exercises as well as mental training and discipline. Our programs include training in strength, endurance, basic techniques, classical combat, kata, animal styles, free combat etc. We have a special Advanced Kung Fu team that we are very proud of. In the gallery you can see pictures of the team.


Tuesdays and thursdays
  • Kickboxing is a full contact sport where it is allowed to punch and kick the upper torso and head. Low kicks may be used if agreed between the fighters. In the Colosseum we teach both with and without low kicks. The training is based on the following:
    • Workout
    • Cardio
    • Technique
    • Full contact fighting

    Kickboxing is for anyone who wants to improve physically, get aggressions out of your system, gain greater self-confidence, improve mental well-being and meet a lot of good people.


Mixed Martial Arts
Mondays and wednesdays

Mixed martial arts (MMA) is a full-contact combat sport that allows striking and grappling, both standing and on the ground, using techniques from various combat sports and martial arts. It mixes elements from other styles such as Muay Thai, wrestling and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ). It is a tough training style that challenges the individual's endurance, strength and speed. MMA can be trained by everyone, beginner and practiced, but is most rewarding if you already have knowledge of martial arts. If you do not know about martial arts elsewhere, this should not be an obstacle for you if you want to try MMA. Come down and join in and have a chat with one of the coaches if you have any questions.

Kung Fu children'steam
Mondays and wednesdays

In the children's team, basic Kung Fu techniques are taught where the child will develop its ability to concentrate, balance and its motor skills. Great emphasis is placed on the child's self-development and understanding of the techniques. We also work with their agility and coordination. Kung Fu is ideal for children with tranquil temperament, but can also help children with uneasy minds to find peace. However, we do not demand too much from the children, as much of Kung Fu's learning through play, and the underlying knowledge is extensive, large and complex. Therefore, we make sure that the learning is visual for the children so that it does not become a theory hour. However, we require good discipline and mutual respect between the children and the trainers. For training, the children are taught: kicks, blows, attack combinations, defense combinations, stretching, balance exercises, mild strength training, self-defense and much more. When the children achieve a higher level and grow older, the exercises will change. The bigger they become, the more we can do cardio training, strength training, combat, animal style, weapon combat, etc.

Mondays and wednesdays

Boxing is a combat sport in which two people, usually wearing protective gloves, throw punches at each other for a predetermined amount of time in a boxing ring. Amateur boxing is both an Olympic and Commonwealth Games sport and is a common fixture in most international games—it also has its own World Championships. Boxing is overseen by a referee over a series of one- to three-minute intervals called rounds. The result is decided when an opponent is deemed incapable to continue by a referee, is disqualified for breaking a rule, or resigns by throwing in a towel. If a fight completes all of its allocated rounds, the victor is determined by judges' scorecards at the end of the contest. In the event that both fighters gain equal scores from the judges, professional bouts are considered a draw. In Olympic boxing, because a winner must be declared, judges award the content to one fighter on technical criteria.