Classes & Programs
Full training sessions about an hour. Full sessions included technique, training, sparring (when ready), fight conditioning, strength training plus everything you need to look like a fighter and have a fighter mentality.
One Session: $125
Five Full Sessions*: $575
Ten Full Sessions*: $1,000
Virtual Session: $60
Packages are available for a one-year commitment. Pricing depends the number sessions per week. Inquire for pricing information.
We also offer specialized programs for companies or organizations. Inquire on our contact page for more information.
Group training coming soon.
Training sessions can focus on one martial art discipline or can be combined in a general martial arts program.
Muay Thai, sometimes referred to as Thai boxing, is a martial art and combat sport that uses stand-up striking along with various clinching techniques. This discipline is known as the “art of eight limbs,” as it is characterised by the combined use of fists, elbows, knees, and shins.
Taekwondo, Tae Kwon Do or Taekwon-Do is a Korean form of martial arts characterized by punching and kicking techniques, with emphasis on head-height kicks, spinning jump kicks, and fast kicking techniques. The literal translation for tae kwon do is “kicking,” “punching,” and “the art or way of.”
Lethwei, or Burmese boxing, is a full contact combat sport from Myanmar that uses stand-up striking along with various clinching techniques.
Athletic training consists of strength training, endurance training, plyometrics, weight training, injury rehabilitation and injury prevention through training, supplementation and nutrition.
Martial Arts Stretching
Martial arts stretching is basic, intermediate and advance stretching for athletes. It consist of both static and dynamic stretches in the usual stretch movements and also you will gain flexibility through correct form of techniques.
Mixed Martial Arts
Mixed martial arts is just that. A mixture of striking and grappling arts. Some weapons training for beginners is available as well.
I offer a series of Taekwondo Kickboxing and Muay Thai tutorials on You Tube. Check them out.
Benefits of Martial Arts Training
We believe that fitness and discipline benefits the physical, mental and spiritual being. Our program provides all students with the confidence to believe in themselves by providing challenges in a controlled environment.
Martial arts training can help with weight loss, mobility, reflexes, strength, stamina, coordination, flexibility, cardiovascular health and blood pressure.
Training in martial arts is great for character building. It teaches confidence and leadership skills. It helps with managing emotions and provides stress release. Through learning new skills, it increases self respect and self discipline. Students learn that failure is acceptable, it’s giving up that is the problem.
Our training incorporates customs and traditions of other cultures that are deeply embedded in spirituality. The art that we are teaching originates in Korea and Thailand, those two languages will also be incorporated to add to the authenticity of the program.
“Cyrus Washington with Dynamite Muaythai is an amazing trainer and motivator. He provides all of the resources and knowledge… everything I need in order to reach my goals. He is more than a trainer, he is a life coach. Cyrus encourages me to feel good about myself and my daily progress. He reminds me to enjoy the process, as opposed to trying to immediately attain the end goal. He instructs and guides me on my technique, form and makes the appropriate modifications when needed for continual improvement. He makes certain I am aware of the importance of muscle recovery, rest, stretching, rolling out, and meditation for optimal results. Cyrus mentors me on my nutrition and daily life choices. He leads by example and introduces wonderful alternatives to my favorite, not so healthy choices. He inspires me to always give 100% in everything I do, to not limit myself and my goals, to know and believe I can accomplish anything I put my heart and effort to. He constantly challenges me, pushes me past where I think my limits are in order to grow and achieve more than I would have imagined. I highly recommend Cyrus Washington, he is an exceptional trainer and you will see and feel the results!!! I’ve never felt so great and alive!!!“
“Coach Cyrus is the best. It doesn’t matter if you are just starting out or have been training for years he perfects your technique while increasing your cardio capabilities. Every day we work on conditioning and techniques until you have it down. He pushes you to be and do the best you can, to give all of your heart into anything that you do. You can tell he really cares about each of his students and takes the time to make sure everything is well with them, from what we’re putting in our bodies (having a healthy diet) and what we’re going through mentally and emotionally. He has so much knowledge to share and is so willing to share it, I am truly blessed to be able to call him my coach.“
Do you train beginners?
Yes of course. How else would anyone who has never been exposed to martial arts actually learn?
How should I prepare for my first session?
You don’t really prepare. Show up with an open mind and full heart and you’ll leave with contentment and new challenges you’re capable of conquering.
What’s a good age for children to start martial arts?
A good age to start martial arts for a child is 4 or 5. It just depends on their willingness to learn and the maturity to accept criticism as motivation. Most children do their best and accept the critical aspect of martial arts techniques for what it is.
Has anyone ever broken their leg training with you?
Are you still active as ever?
Yes I am.
Is there a ranking system or do you rank your students?
For Taekwondo I do rank my students. I have yet to implement ranking in the other arts I teach.
How long do I have to train before I can spar?
You must train consistently first of all. You must prove you are able to intelligently protect yourself with proper technique, instinctive or not, it cannot be the wrong reaction to what’s thrown at you. You must be ready and that’s determined by your willingness to learn and train.
How long before I can fight?
Read the answer to the previous question.