Master Prach uses a flexible teaching style, which can be easily adapted to meet his students’ individual needs. His focus on technique and precision sets him apart from other instructors. Master Prach places an equal emphasis on both physical and mental strength.
Muay Thai, Thailand’s national sport, is a martial art similar to kickboxing. It is also referred to as the Art of 8 Limbs, as it implements 8 different points of contact: punches, kicks, and strikes with both the elbows and knees.
Pradal Serey is a free-style fighting system with limited techniques. While the practice implements punches, kicks, and knee and elbow strikes, an emphasis is placed on the elbow as the main striking mechanism.
Once used in warfare, Pradal Serey is now Cambodia’s national sport.
Bokator is a Cambodian military combat system. It was developed for both street fights and battlefield fights. Bokator uses almost all body parts as weapons and requires extensive training. It integrates armed and unarmed techniques, including striking, locking, choking, holding, and throwing.
Boxing is a well-known combat sport involving fist fighting. Master Prach teaches traditional American boxing, including stances, correct punching techniques, and strategies that can help you defeat your opponent.
Self-defense consists of using many martial art techniques as a means to defend oneself against personal physical harm in an unwarranted attack. Various defensive moves can be implemented in order to both protect oneself as well as harm the assailant.