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WELCOME TO DAOSAWAN MUAYTHAI CLUB !
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Take advantage of our amazing SPECIALS and of daily training from monday to saturday with 100% Muaythai !
Whether you’re a beginner or more experienced , looking for a new exciting way to lose weight and get in shape or interested in self- defense or competition, at DAOSAWAN MUAYTHAI we are here to help you attain your objectives!
Come and learn the use of punches, kicks, elbows, knees and more!
Come an learn true Muaythai and experience all its traditions!
For new members: Sign up for 3, 6 or 12 months…and get: 1 month extra, free!
For Club members: Introduce a friend and get: 1, 2 or 3 months extra, free!
(*Attention to all Kids and Teens: this is your year, as we are now putting more focus on your age group in order to find and train our future champions!)
Don’t hesitate to visit our Club to observe a class or for a free trial lesson ( certain conditions apply).
DAOSAWAN MUAYTHAI CLUB:
POWER, SKILL, HEART and TRADITION!
WAI KRU PEE 2013
Saturday, March 16, another exciting Muaythai Day was celebrated at the Daosawan Muaythai Club.
On this auspicious day, a traditional Thai ceremony was held to pay respects to all our past and present muaythai teachers, as well as to all the students and to the sport and art of muaythai in general!
Offers were made with prayers to all our teachers to help bring good fortune to all and thank them for sharing their knowledge!
Some of or advanced students performed the Wai Kru Ram Muay (traditional muaythai boxers dance! Followed by Kru Bundit , our Krabi Krabong Instructor who performed a traditional double thai sword dance !
The show kept going with an exciting demo of Muay Boran, ancient muaythai thai , without gloves!
Two of our youngest students aged 10 and 12 “gave their all” in the ring with a 3 round demonstration of amateur muaythai sparring! The crowd present showed their support and enthusiasm with a loud cheer!
Finally all students were given their “praciat” (sacred arm bands) and “khan” (ranks) according to amateur muaythai traditions.
In the end all shared in the offerings of food and drinks in a spirit of muaythai brotherhood!
Thank you all for coming and for keeping the true muaythai spirit!
Last saturday, March 30, 2013, another exciting amateur Muaythai event took place at the Theatre Plaza, on Saint Hubert street, Montreal!
Some of the best amateur Muaythai fighters from the best Clubs in Montreal and Quebec attended this event!
From Daosawan Muaythai Club, here are the fight results:
1- Simon Pouliot, 145 lbs , 2-0 vs Juan Pablo Salazar , Academie Sportive Frontenac: WIN on points by unanimous decision;
2- Olivier L. Ross, 185 lbs, 3-3 vs Paul Martin, Club Sitpeehong, Kingston, Ontario:
WIN, on points by unamimous decision.
I can’t say enough of how proud i am of all our fighters for putting up another amazing show and for their dedication. Dedication, heart, team spirit, and above all respect and love for true Muaythai!
More on the fights later! But for now a big heartfelt thank you to all our friends, students and fans came over to support our team!
Sawatdee krup! Khawp khun maak krup!