Love this gym a few mins walk from either Tower or London Bridges. I taught classes here prior to the pandemic and was delighted to return. The mat is HUGE and the members and staff are friendly. Both gyms have a range of equipment that keeps workouts fun and interesting. I've even started wrestling which I wasn't sure about and now love it and there's an MMA class to suit anyone, so much versatility. Come and say 'hi' to us and explore
The worst gym for beginners in Muay Thai. Save your money and go do some 1-2-1’s somewhere else. The whole layout of the classes are terrible. The venue itself is really good , but the classes are terrible. Coach is a nice guy , but yet again the layout of these lessons are so so bad.
Brilliant little hidden 💎 gym. Excellent boxing class with Jack on Wednesday's. He caters to all levels focusing on technique as well as fitness.
The judo is pretty good, about 20 adults on the mat on a Tuesday and Saturday, less on a Thursday, usually a mix of Dan and kyu grades and a few novices, more older players than 18-25, on the chilled out end of judo clubs, very not 'sensei etc'... some very good players, ex Bulgarian national, 4-5 coaches, very welcoming, most go for coffee in Costa after on Sat. They do a little tour each year too. Last one to Bulgaria, before that Frankfurt
A nice, quiet little gym with lovely staff and a good range of 'get the job done' equipment. The real USP is the range of martial arts available, the quality of the instruction, and the low price point. With four BJJ classes a week, and four Judo classes a week (including those for absolute beginners), plus wrestling, this is possibly the cheapest place in London to learn grappling.