Phoenix Muay Thai | Muay Thai Boxing | Bury | Manchester

Instructors

Instructors At Phoenix Muay Thai

SENIOR INSTRUCTOR KRU RICK LEWIS
Kru Rick is the former Double British and double North West Champion and a devoted student of kru Phil Nurse and Master Sken.

Rick four title belts:
1. British x 2 Lightweight Champion
2. Northern Lightweight Champion
3. Northern Super Lightweight Champion

Rick has successfully defended all four of his titles and is the European number one contender. Rick started training with Phil Nurse and Master Sken in 1989 at Bury Thai boxing Club where he started to sharpen his natural skills of a fighter. Rick found that Thai boxing was the best up right martial art so he set his goals on being one of the best teachers and the best fighter in the UK.

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Instructor Ste Rogerson

Mike Bradley Phoenix muay thai boxing Instructor In Training Mike Bradley

When I started I had no coordination or level of fitness, under the guidance of Kru Rick Lewis I lost over 25kg of weight and won the English AKA championships 2011.

I now teach the kids and adults Muay Thai classes and also teach on a one to one basis, my classes are mixed, anything from cardio to strength to coordination and I make them as enjoyable as possible.

I continue to learn and develop my skills passing my knowledge on through classes and private lessons.

Muay Thai hasn’t just got me fit and lost weight, my confidence is so much higher than it ever was, I started late and wish I had started earlier but that should not deter anyone from starting, age is but a number and I am proving that.

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Paul – Physiotherapist

Paul is a professional physiotherapist and also practices Muay Thai.

ClareChild Welfare officer Clare Collison

Club Development Officer Marie Dixon

“I have been training at Phoenix Muay Thai for just over a year now. I originally joined the club to regain my fitness and to get in better shape but found myself quickly enjoying the sport and I am focusing on competing.

My role as club development officer involves helping to improve in various ways the day to day running of the club and help to ensure that the members get the best experience that they can from being a member of Phoenix Muay Thai. Having had eight years of sports development experience, I thought it would be great to put this experience to use to help the club I enjoying training at so much.”

Paul