I discovered Muay Chaiya during a short stay in Bangkok, at Kru Lek’s school Baan Chang Thai. I have been impressed by the consistency of this style, by the science behind each move. Nathan learnt this Art directly from Kru Lek.
I was more than happy to see he offers an e-learning program, and joined to continue my learning. His videos reflect exactly the courses I followed while in Bangkok. Every move is explained in great detail, and the content is very well structured so that techniques can be assimilated step by step without feeling overwhelmed or discouraged.
The online school is more than videos, there is a community, interaction with Kru Nathan, and a real progress plan with very professional assessments.
I used to train in Ring Muay Thai for 6 years and always looking for the best teaching. I am very grateful to Nathan for the unique opportunity he gives to people like me to access this invaluable knowledge.
I had the pleasure of training with Nathan privately for three months back in 2010 in sunny Phuket. I cannot recommend Nathans method of teaching highly enough. Muay Chaiya has revolutionized my outlook on Martial Art training adding a dimension and depth which has taken my understanding of the mechanics of fighting and self defence to a whole new level. Muay Chaiya is a truly wonderful and very interesting Martial Art.
In Muay Chaiya, I have found a fighting art that more than meets the challenge in practical application of self-defence and combat. Anyone who is interested in learning a true fighting art should take advantage of Mr. Nathan Brown’s generous and thorough training modules.
I have over 40 years experience in the martial arts, black belts under legends such as Bill “Superfoot” Wallace, Joe Lewis (father of American Kick Boxing, Grand Master Chee Kim Thong (Wuzuquan ), Grand Master Henry Lo (King Han, Philippines), and trained for years under Steve Morris of London, England (the Iron Man of Europe). I had a 21-year police career, during which I trained thousands of law enforcement officers.
In Muay Chaiya, I have found a fighting art that more than meets the challenge in practical application of self-defense and combat. They have stripped away the excess, and gotten down to the fundamentals of straight-forward self-defense, yet remained “user-friendly” in that the practitioner can use drills for weight-loss and strength training.
For my training in Thailand I was assigned to Instructor Nathan Brown, whose understanding of Muay Chaiya, basic movement and fighting was beyond reproach. He graciously accepted me as a student and treated me with kindness and respect, demonstrating the true character of a martial arts master.
Anyone who is interested in learning a true fighting art should take advantage of Mr. Nathan Brown’s generous and thorough training modules. I highly recommend both the training and the art. If you’d like to contact me in reference to this recommendation: Johngraham1953@yahoo.com.John E. Graham, MPA, 10th Dan Wuzuquan, 11th President of the International Wuzuquan Federation, 7th Dan in Wallace and Lewis Fighting Methods, Board of Directors of the Wallace and Lewis Association, retired Unit Commander Lieutenant MPD.