At Nam Yang Brighton we teach three kickboxing styles: K1, San Da and Savate. All three are very differing in style and techniques.
San Da Kickboxing is a combat sport derived from Chinese Kung Fu. It is China’s premier combat sport.
It’s similar to Muay Thai, using punch kick combinations, throws, sweeps and takedowns. This is perfect for those looking to get into Mixed Martial Arts and a great spectacle for those who enjoy watching combat sports.
K1 is one of the most popular forms of kickboxing. It involves punches, kicks and knees. It is famous for being a fairly aggressive style and for producing some of the all time greatest kick boxers.
The UK has produced some great K1 fighters and we are lucky enough to have one of the best as our head kickboxing coach, Steve ‘The Kung Fu Kid’ Keen (featured in the video below!).
Savate is a system of Kickboxing and self defence from France. To find out more please click here.