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  • 11704 VENICE BLVD. LA, CA
  • 310-596-5034
  • 11704 VENICE BLVD. LA, CA
  • 310-596-5034

Why Choose The Thai Boxing Institute

See what makes The Thai Boxing Institute different from other west los angeles muay thai mar vista and MMA gyms.

100% result guarantee

Experienced trainers

5 years of being a gym

Cohesive community

Flexible schedule

Comfortable location

Welcome to The Thai Boxing Institute

Muay Thai Mar Vista

checkYou don’t need any experience
A large number of our students started without any experience.
checkYou don’t need to be in shape
Our Muay Thai program eases you into the workout at your own pace.
checkNo need to risk anything
No contracts, or high-pressure sales tactics, 30 days, 100% risk free!
Whether you’re interested in getting fit, or learning a martial art/fighting style, Muay Thai Boxing  at The Thai Boxing Institute is an excellent way to do both in a safe, fun, manner. Relieve stress in the high intensity pad sessions, gain conditioning through explosive technique and burn through the fat! A Muay Thai workout will leave you feeling proud and accomplished.



Try us out for 30 days. Get a chance to experience The Thai Boxing Institute.  Give us a chance to show you why Muay Thai is an excellent, fun and fulling workout.  Being a small gym, we are client-focused and wanting all our members to experience results.  

Money Back Guarantee:  
If after 5 classes you decide that we’re not the gym for you, it’s ok, no hard feelings!  We’ll gladly refund you the money back.  No tricks or gimmicks.

Choose Your Fighting Style!

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Muay Thai Kickboxing

Muay Thai or Thai Boxing is the national sport and cultural martial art of Thailand. It was developed several hundreds of years ago as a form of close-combat that utilizes the entire body as a weapon.

This physical and mental discipline which includes combat on shins is known as “the art of eight limbs” because it is characterized by the combined use of fists, elbows, knees, shins, being associated with a good physical preparation that makes a full-contact fighter very efficient.

Western Boxing

Boxing can be defined as the sport or practice of fighting with the fists, especially with padded gloves in a roped square ring according to prescribed rules.

While people have fought in hand-to-hand combat since before the dawn of history, the origin of boxing as an organized sport may be its acceptance by the ancient Greeks as an Olympic game in BC 688. Boxing evolved from 16th- and 18th-century prizefights, largely in Great Britain, to the forerunner of modern boxing in the mid-19th century with the 1867 introduction of the Marquess of Queensberry Rules.

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Meet Our Instructors

Coaches are top-notch, and very friendly.

First went to TBI little over six months ago – hesitant because I’ve never trained in any martial art, and not knowing anyone. I am so glad I got over it and came in. After my first class, I was sold and joined the gym. Coach Vik with his team were very hands and detail oriented in teaching me the very basics.. and did it in a way that didn’t make you feel embarrassed or bad. They never got frustrated when I would (who am I kidding, still) mess up, in fact they were extremely supportive.

Jordan S.

28, accountant

I'd recommend it to anyone that wants the real deal thaiboxing experience!

Been training with coach Victor since 2012…. Prior I trained with a few other gyms and also at fairtex in SF… I didn’t think after spending 5 years training with Thai champions in SF I’d be able to find a gym that would give me the same level of training in Los Angeles… When I say the same level I’m talking about more than just a hard workout.. Coach Vic shares the same mentality with the Thais … He’s very welcoming, he treats all his students like family and himself is a very humble person.

Imani L.

42, photographer

My Muay Thai skills have made a quantum leap, thanks to Vic's diligent instruction

The classes are a great workout, but Vic also emphasizes technique which is super important. This isn’t just a workout (although it is one of the best workouts I’ve ever had), you learn valuable self defense skills, and get in great shape.

Brian L.

29, Chemical Engineer

Meet a bunch of cool people in a super chill gym.

If you’ve ever been interested in muay thai / martial arts this is a really great place for beginners. The atmosphere is very welcoming and beginner friendly. And lady friendly!

Hanna W.

33, Producer

What Our Members Say


We have various options for to help with everyone’s needs. We have both contractual and noncontractual rates.

*contracts are NOT mandatory


Drop-in for new member: $10

Drop-in for the day: $20

Kids classes per month: $99

Six Months Pre-Paid Unlimited Training: $900

First 30 days for new members: $99


3 individual classes per week

Boxing and Muay Thai

Discounted rates for contracts:

6 Month Contract*: $114/Per Month

One Year Contract*: $99/Per Month

$124 / month


Unlimited access to all classes

Boxing and Muay Thai

Discounted rates for contracts:

6 Month Contract*: $174/Per Month

 One Year Contract*: $149/Per Month

$199 / month

Private Lessons

Privates are a great way to get intensive instruction and immediate feedback on your form and progress.

$120 / 1 hour

$310 / 3 x 1 hour (15% Savings)

$450 / 5 x 1 hour (25% Savings)

$840 / 10 x 1 hour (30% savings)


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Frequently Asked Questions

What will my first Muay Thai class be like at The Thai Boxing Institute?

Your first class will be with the head instructor, and will ease you into the training so that you will become comfortable. He will show you proper punching and kicking techniques, hold pads for you and help you out along the hour. If interested in sparring, at least a week will be given in order for the student to become comfortable with the art, and even then the sparring will be limited to practicing defense technique.

What is Muay Thai training like?

Your average lesson will consist of you warming up, learning and practicing technique, pad work and cool downs. Also included in the lesson is a great emphasis on correct form, execution, conditioning, ring strategy (if necessary) and more.  A session of Muay Thai not only has a high caloric expenditure; it’s also a great way to tone your body and relieve stress. it’s high energy but suitable and enjoyable by all levels.

Is Muay Thai for me?

YES! If you want a fun, tough, enjoyable work out then MUAY THAI IS DEFINITELY FOR YOU!

Do you have parking?

Yes! We have plenty of parking. We are located in a shopping center in the middle of a pizza shop and a liquor store. There is a 10 car lot that is on a first come first serve basis, and there is also plenty of neighborhood street parking. The Image below shows where street parking is available at all hours:

Do you have children’s classes?

Yes, Monday and Wednesday from 5-6 pm.  Ages 5-12 are welcome and tuition is $99/Month.

How much time does training take?

Your typical class takes about One hour and is split into different segments such as; warm up, stretch, bag work/shield work, pad work, technique drilling sparring and cool down.

Is sparring offered/required?

Yes sparring is offered, and NO sparring is never required.  Sparring is always OPTIONAL.  Classes spar every monday, wednesday and  friday for 15 minutes towards the end of class, and sparring classes are offered afterward for those who want to supplement their training.  Coach Victor will always have exercises for you to do in lieu of sparring.

Is there danger of injury?

As with any contact sport, injuries may happen.  At The Thai Boxing Institute in Mar Vista, we take extra care in making sure everyone is paired up correctly and Coach Victor takes extra precaution to make sure everyone is training in a safe, welcoming and supportive environment.

Do I need to bring my own equipment?

TBI does provide loaner equipment (gloves, shinguards), but most students prefer to use their own gloves and protective gear.

What do I need for class?

Boxing – handwraps, gloves

MT – handwraps, gloves, (recommended: shinguards)

Sparring – handwraps, gloves, shinguards, headgear, mouthpiece

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Monday -Thursday 7:00-9:30; Friday 7:00-8:30; Sat 10:30-1:00

11704 Venice Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90066