Virtual Muay-Thai classes Brampton

Since March of 2020, the way we stay active is now completely different. College students were spending their time at the gym to practice martial arts to get a release. Now, they are spending all of their time confined in their bedrooms, expected to study, work out, relax and more. There is a new solution… It’s a new gym in Brampton that offers virtual Muay-Thai classes

Brampton’s PSB Fitness Gym 

A new gym opening at the Davis campus in Brampton, PBS Fitness is a brand new martial arts gym devoted to helping its members grow as individuals. Founded by 2 Sheridan Alumni, they are bringing their fitness expertise back to the Bruins family. 

Live Virtual Classes

To accommodate for the government-regulated restrictions, PSB Fitness offers Live Virtual Classes. In these virtual classes, members can train at home in their preferred martial art form while still being motivated by both the instructor and their classmates. Members can access the live virtual classes in two ways: through the members portal through the website and the PSBF smartphone app

gym instructor in virtual Muay-Thai classes Brampton

There will be no need to purchase any extra equipment for your home either. PSB Fitness offers an equipment loan program that will give each member the necessary tools to train as if they were at the studio. Once a member signs up with PSB Fitness while in lockdown, an employee will contact them to speak about what they would like to get out of their time with the gym. The employee will personalize a schedule that they see fit and recommend the proper equipment to take out for the time being. 


There are so many live virtual classes that PSB Fitness offers. Available classes include Zumba, yoga, pilates and three styles of martial arts. PSB Fitness offers differing times throughout the week for each class, both in the morning and at night. We value our members. We want to accommodate their ever-changing schedules. Click here to see a full list of virtual classes available and their times.

PSB offers three martial art styles to train their members including, Muay-Thai, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, and Boxing. Our staff is highly trained in each art form to give the purest iteration of the craft. Sounds appealing? Sign up, and enjoy the best of Brampton virtual Muay-Thai classes.


Women practicing Muay-ThaiMuay-Thai, also known as Thai Boxing is Thailand’s national sport and cultural martial art. It originated hundreds of years ago in the 14th century as a form of close combat where the entire body resembles munition.

Muay Thai is known as “The Art of Eight Limbs” because it uses eight points of contact on the body to imitate “weapons of war.” The hands became the sword and dagger. The shins and forearms were reinforced in preparation to serve as armour against strikes. The elbow is used to drop enemies like a mace or hammer. The legs and knees had become the axe and staff. When fighters are battling and attempting to spin an opponent to the ground, the knees and elbows are actively looking and checking for an opening in their opponent. The body works as a single entity.

Moral principles and self-discipline are in Muay-Thai as well. Muay-Thai also instills humility, self-confidence, and modesty in its practitioners. Muay-Thai is a ritualistic art form that integrates essential principles and lessons into its practice. For example, the fighter’s pre-competition homage dance is called Wai Kru. Wai Kru is a practice that shows a student paying respect to his or her instructor who supported them to become Muay-Thai fighters. The ceremony is a show of appreciation for the teacher, as well as the parents and relatives.

So, can you practice Muay-Thai through virtual classes?

Everyone has a unique situation while in lockdown but here is the simplest answer: Yes. As long as you have a 4ft-by-4ft area space where you can move around, you are all set to practice Muay-Thai in virtual classes. The lockdown will be only temporary.  PSB Fitness will be thrilled to welcome all of our members into our beautiful Brampton gym. 

Come and try out virtual Muay-Thai classes!

Multiple martial arts at PSB Fitness

Training multiple martial arts at PSB Fitness

Taking your first step into the world of martial art can be scary. Some people may find martial art training to be very hardcore and scary. Others might be dizzied by the number of martial art options available. Yet, most people still want to learn martial art since it’s one of the best methods of self-development. This traps beginners in this awkward stage, where they want to learn a martial art but cannot decide which. If so, instead of forcing yourself to choose one martial art, why not learn multiple martial arts at PSB Fitness?

So why should you learn and train multiple martial arts at PSB Fitness?

1. Train multiple martial arts at PSB Fitness builds you a well rounded physique

How you think you look when training multiple martial arts at PSB Fitness

As most people know, practicing martial arts, in general, can boost your overall physical health. However, each martial art style can prioritize a certain aspect of physical fitness.

For instance, Boxing is an upper-body-focused sport where your chest, back, and shoulders are worked on heavily. Therefore, Boxing can not only grant you explosive arm power, and speed but also improve your muscular endurance.

On the other hand, Muay Thai needs you to use more lower body techniques, like kicks, knees, and teeps. Aside from glutes and quads, Muay Thai also focuses on developing your core. In Muay Thai, a strong core is vital for unleashing powerful kicks while maintaining your balance. In another word, Muay Thai training not only improves your mobility and balance but also gives you a gorgeous six pack!

Unlike Boxing and Muay Thai, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) focuses much less on striking power. Instead, in BJJ, you have to stretch muscles and areas that are often ignored in your everyday life. As a result, your body becomes more flexible, fluid, and limber. Who WOULDN’T want to be more flexible?

Training multiple martial arts at PSB Fitness and combining them will let you enjoy even more fitness benefits. While training, you’ll also build yourself a more complete and well rounded physique.

I’ll give you a great combo for FREE: Muay Thai and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. Both martial arts complement each other well since both need and help you to improve flexibility and core strength.

2. Train multiple martial arts at PSB Fitness helps you develop an adaptable mindset

Training multiple martial arts at PSB Fitness helps you strengthen your mind and overcome your fear

What’s more, training multiple martial arts at PSB Fitness lets you enjoy the different mental benefits of different styles.

Boxing focuses on consistency and discipline more than any other martial arts. In Boxing, mastering a basic technique like a jab can require years of rigorous training. Because of this, Boxing teaches us that progress requires patience and discipline. Even during the dullest periods of your journey, you must have the patience and self-discipline to push yourself through. That is one of the key lessons of Boxing.

Muay Thai, on the other hand, teaches you how to be physically and mentally tough to blast through obstacles. For instance, to build rock hard legs, fighters must undergo intense conditioning drills to create microfractures in their shins. This forces the fractured bones to repair themselves and become denser than before. While their bones strengthen, the fighters themselves have to learn to overcome pain and fear of injury. As amateurs, you won’t need to go through such hardcore training. Still, there are many ways for Muay Thai to help you strengthen your mind to overcome your fear.

Training multiple martial arts at PSB Fitness will allow you to learn different philosophies of different martial artsMeanwhile, BJJ’s philosophy is about yielding and adapting to external forces rather than opposing force with force. In grappling, smaller fighters can sometimes easily ‘overpower’ bigger fighters. This is because, in BJJ, you shouldn’t always try to overwhelm your opponents with strength and power. Instead, BJJ teaches you to be flexible so that you can use their strengths against them.

By training multiple martial arts at PSB Fitness, you’ll learn about different mindsets and when to change between them. For example, some situations would require you to be tough to meet a force head on. However, sometimes it’s better to be adaptable and yield to the opposing force.

3. You can pick whichever one you want to pursue

As mentioned above, some people find the sheer number of martial art options to be very confusing and intimidating. Besides, you have to sign up for a gym, buy training gears, etc. This makes learning martial art a huge mental and financial commitment. Not to mention, the martial art you pursue should suit your personality and your goal.

Therefore, instead of committing to one right away, why not try out multiple martial arts at PSB Fitness first? Trying out different martial arts will help you define your goals, passion, and path better.

You might try Muay Thai and realize you need to work on your core strength and overall balance. You might also try Boxing and realize that you prefer the BJJ philosophy more.

Regardless, learning multiple martial arts at PSB Fitness is good for you in many ways. It will clarify your expectation for each martial art and help you pick the best path. Not to mention, they’ll teach you important self defenses skills too!

Ready to start your martial art journey and get awesome six pack at PSB Fitness? Claim your free 7 day all-inclusive pass today at to start training!

Got any questions about our services, memberships, or just want to chat about your fitness goal? Call us now at 905 845 9430 to speak to our specialist!