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January 2018

Thai Kickboxing

January 8 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Furzefield Centre, Mutton Lane
Potters Bar, EN6 3BW
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£5

Thai-kickboxing is an ancient form of self-defense that originates from Thailand. Thai-kickboxing uses stand-up striking and clinching techniques. It makes use of punches, kicks, elbow strikes, and knee strikes, using eight points of contact, in contrast to the hands and feet (four contact points) more often relied upon in other martial arts. It is a great way to relieve stress and get a full body workout. Most work will be done between partners; one holding pads and the other striking.…

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Thai Kickboxing

January 15 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Furzefield Centre, Mutton Lane
Potters Bar, EN6 3BW
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£5

Thai-kickboxing is an ancient form of self-defense that originates from Thailand. Thai-kickboxing uses stand-up striking and clinching techniques. It makes use of punches, kicks, elbow strikes, and knee strikes, using eight points of contact, in contrast to the hands and feet (four contact points) more often relied upon in other martial arts. It is a great way to relieve stress and get a full body workout. Most work will be done between partners; one holding pads and the other striking.…

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Thai Kickboxing

January 22 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Furzefield Centre, Mutton Lane
Potters Bar, EN6 3BW
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£5

Thai-kickboxing is an ancient form of self-defense that originates from Thailand. Thai-kickboxing uses stand-up striking and clinching techniques. It makes use of punches, kicks, elbow strikes, and knee strikes, using eight points of contact, in contrast to the hands and feet (four contact points) more often relied upon in other martial arts. It is a great way to relieve stress and get a full body workout. Most work will be done between partners; one holding pads and the other striking.…

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Thai Kickboxing

January 29 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Furzefield Centre, Mutton Lane
Potters Bar, EN6 3BW
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£5

Thai-kickboxing is an ancient form of self-defense that originates from Thailand. Thai-kickboxing uses stand-up striking and clinching techniques. It makes use of punches, kicks, elbow strikes, and knee strikes, using eight points of contact, in contrast to the hands and feet (four contact points) more often relied upon in other martial arts. It is a great way to relieve stress and get a full body workout. Most work will be done between partners; one holding pads and the other striking.…

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February 2018

Thai Kickboxing

February 5 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Furzefield Centre, Mutton Lane
Potters Bar, EN6 3BW
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£5

Thai-kickboxing is an ancient form of self-defense that originates from Thailand. Thai-kickboxing uses stand-up striking and clinching techniques. It makes use of punches, kicks, elbow strikes, and knee strikes, using eight points of contact, in contrast to the hands and feet (four contact points) more often relied upon in other martial arts. It is a great way to relieve stress and get a full body workout. Most work will be done between partners; one holding pads and the other striking.…

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Thai Kickboxing

February 19 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Furzefield Centre, Mutton Lane
Potters Bar, EN6 3BW
+ Google Map
£5

Thai-kickboxing is an ancient form of self-defense that originates from Thailand. Thai-kickboxing uses stand-up striking and clinching techniques. It makes use of punches, kicks, elbow strikes, and knee strikes, using eight points of contact, in contrast to the hands and feet (four contact points) more often relied upon in other martial arts. It is a great way to relieve stress and get a full body workout. Most work will be done between partners; one holding pads and the other striking.…

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Thai Kickboxing

February 26 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Furzefield Centre, Mutton Lane
Potters Bar, EN6 3BW
+ Google Map
£5

Thai-kickboxing is an ancient form of self-defense that originates from Thailand. Thai-kickboxing uses stand-up striking and clinching techniques. It makes use of punches, kicks, elbow strikes, and knee strikes, using eight points of contact, in contrast to the hands and feet (four contact points) more often relied upon in other martial arts. It is a great way to relieve stress and get a full body workout. Most work will be done between partners; one holding pads and the other striking.…

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March 2018

Thai Kickboxing

March 5 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Furzefield Centre, Mutton Lane
Potters Bar, EN6 3BW
+ Google Map
£5

Thai-kickboxing is an ancient form of self-defense that originates from Thailand. Thai-kickboxing uses stand-up striking and clinching techniques. It makes use of punches, kicks, elbow strikes, and knee strikes, using eight points of contact, in contrast to the hands and feet (four contact points) more often relied upon in other martial arts. It is a great way to relieve stress and get a full body workout. Most work will be done between partners; one holding pads and the other striking.…

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Thai Kickboxing

March 12 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Furzefield Centre, Mutton Lane
Potters Bar, EN6 3BW
+ Google Map
£5

Thai-kickboxing is an ancient form of self-defense that originates from Thailand. Thai-kickboxing uses stand-up striking and clinching techniques. It makes use of punches, kicks, elbow strikes, and knee strikes, using eight points of contact, in contrast to the hands and feet (four contact points) more often relied upon in other martial arts. It is a great way to relieve stress and get a full body workout. Most work will be done between partners; one holding pads and the other striking.…

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Thai Kickboxing

March 19 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Furzefield Centre, Mutton Lane
Potters Bar, EN6 3BW
+ Google Map
£5

Thai-kickboxing is an ancient form of self-defense that originates from Thailand. Thai-kickboxing uses stand-up striking and clinching techniques. It makes use of punches, kicks, elbow strikes, and knee strikes, using eight points of contact, in contrast to the hands and feet (four contact points) more often relied upon in other martial arts. It is a great way to relieve stress and get a full body workout. Most work will be done between partners; one holding pads and the other striking.…

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