Aiki Muay Thai Boxing Gym

Aiki Muay Thai Boxing Gym

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19 years in business

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We speacialize exclusively in Western Boxing & Muay Thai Boxing Training.

Teaching people to learn Martial Arts and watching grow.

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Dallas, TX 75220
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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

Helping new students to learn the fundamentals and basics. Helping them to feel comfortable within the gym environment.

Slowly working with each student on basics and fundementals.


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

Khru John Sosa is the owner and head Instructor of the AiKi Muay Thai Boxing Gym.
He has been a dedicated veteran of the martial arts for over 45 years and comes from a long lineage of martial artists. He began amateur boxing and started competing in his early years, later progressing his training in Muay Thai Boxing. He has competed both nationally as well as internationally earning an international Muay Thai middle weight championship title in 1993. In 1994 he was on the first Dallas, Texas team to compete on the under card of Bunkerd Faphimai and Sakasem “Kazam” Kanthawong championship bouts, held at Fairtex grand opening first Muay Thai debut championships in Arizona. Mr. Sosa began his training in Muay Thai Boxing in 1988 under the guidance & tutelage of Ajarn Surachai Sirisute, founder of the T.B.A. Association of U.S.A. He has devoted the last 28 years of his life studying and training in the art and culture of Muay Thai Boxing as well as helping to spread & coach Muay Thai through various workshops. Mr. Sosa is one of the first Americans to become certified to teach Muay Thai Boxing in the United States and remains active to date. His years of experience & instruction will greatly benefit all who wish to learn Muay Thai. Khru Sosa spends much of his time devoted to training many young up & coming fighters both boxers and Muay Thai boxers.
He is also a member and certified coach with U.S.A. Boxing.

Mr. Sosa brings a traditional yet strong and positive approach to his instruction and training at the Aiki Muay Thai Boxing Gym, while maintaining discipline, courtesy and respect. Helping you learn or greatly improve your skill set and get you into the best shape of your life doing it!


Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

$100 monthly.

Drop in class $25.

Private instruction $50 per hour.


How did you get started teaching?

 Mr. Sosa began his training in Muay Thai Boxing in 1988 under the guidance & tutelage of Ajarn Surachai Sirisute, founder of the T.B.A. Association of U.S.A. He has devoted the last 30 years of his life studying and training in the art and culture of Muay Thai Boxing as well as helping to spread & coach Muay Thai through various workshops. Mr. Sosa is one of the first Americans to become certified to teach Muay Thai Boxing in the United States and remains active to date. His years of experience & instruction will greatly benefit all who wish to learn Muay Thai. Khru Sosa spends much of his time devoted to training many young up & coming fighters both boxers and Muay Thai boxers.
He is also a member and certified coach with U.S.A. Boxing.

Mr. Sosa brings a traditional yet strong and positive approach to his instruction and training at the Aiki Muay Thai Boxing Gym, while maintaining discipline, courtesy and respect. Helping you learn or greatly improve your skill set and get you into the best shape of your life doing it!


What types of students have you worked with?

All walks of life ranging from law enforcement professionals, amatuer and professional fighters to the novice beginner. Many join just to gain the self defense or physical fitness benefit from the fantastic training that Boxing & Muay Thai offers


What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

Finding an instructor who will teach you properly and at your own pace. Patience is a plus and someone who has your best interest at heart. Helping every beginner and professional alike to better understand the basics and fundementals properly. Learning correctly is very important, espescially at the beginning so that you don't develop any bad habits that will remain throughout your training or career.


What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

What do you hope to gain from Boxing or martial arts ?

Is this something you can commit to as Boxing/martial arts training is a long time investment.

How many times a week or month will you commit to?


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