Academic Year 2016-2017

Welcome to Stanford Muay Thai!

We are an official student group with ASSU recognition.

First, add yourself to the Stanford Muay Thai mailing list here.

And to our facebook group HERE! . The facebook group is the fastest way to get your questions answered :) For admission into the facebook group, drop any of the admins a message.

Advanced and Beginner Classes always start on the first week of the quarter. Our first class will be on Monday, Septembrer 26. For Winter quarter they will be Monday, January 7th, and for Spring quarter they will be Monday, April 3rd. All classes, beginners and advanced, are held at the Ford Center, San Diego Court (see map here) on Mondays and Wednesdays 7:30-9:00pm and on Sundays 4:00-6:00pm. Even though classes have started it's not too late to join, we welcome everybody throughout the quarter! Some of the instructors or other students can work with you! Even if you have absolutley no prior experience. If you have any concerns, please email us   Please make sure to sign up for the muay thai list to receive important updates.

Everyone should fill out one of the following waivers and bring it to your first class:

   Student Waiver (Stanford students)
   Non-Student Waiver (Staff, non-Stanford affiliates)

Beginner Class

The beginners class (one quarter) covers basic Muay Thai moves, stance, techniques, and combinations.  We focus on techniques and reflexes that are useful for self-defense in real life situations.

Advanced Class

Some Monday classes emphasize refining moves and practicing advanced techniques others focus endurance and reflexes. Wednesday classes are taught by Momo Khan, a fighter from Mark Tabuso's gym, Evolve training center. Mark is a professional Muay Thai instructor with over 15 years of experience. Mo is currently his up and coming fighter and also UNDEFEATED thus far! See the instructors tab for more details.

Sparring Class

The sparring class covers enhanced fighting techniques and strategies. Sparring is for advanced students only but beginning students are encouraged to come and watch.