Muay Thai

Muay Thai is the national sport and cultural martial art of Thailand, and is currently practiced in large parts of the world. The sport has been referred as “The Art of Eight Limbs” due to the combined use of fists, elbows, knees and shins, hence the name of eight limbs. It is a form of close-combat sports that uses the whole body as a weapon and strikes using eight “points of contact”.

Check our schedules for Muay Thai group classes!


Boxing is a combat sport that highly emphasizes on the technical, physical movements and self-emotional management. The sport focuses on hitting with the use of different techniques to enhance upper body muscles and strength. The techniques include: stances, defense, and four basic punches in boxing: the jab, cross, hook and uppercut.

Come learn boxing from our Featherweight Boxing Champion, ABE from the Philippines!


Mixed Martial Arts (MMA)

Mixed Martial Arts, is a full contact combat sport that allows both striking and grappling standing or on the ground, using techniques combined from other combat sports and martial arts such as Muay Thai, Boxing, and BJJ etc. Therefore, there are no limitations to any kinds of martial arts alongside with the flexible rules.

VO2 provide MMA classes consisting Striking, Take-Down and Functional Conditioning. Beginners are welcome to join!


Capoeira is a Brazilian martial art, developed in Brazil by African descendants in the early 16th century. It combines movements elements of cartwheels, roundhouse kicks and handstands. It helps develop body strength, flexibility, rhythm. This unique martial art allows you the freedom of combo creation and performance.

VO2 is one of the very few fitness centres that provides this rare yet popular martial art – Capoeira

【Wing Chun

Wing Chun is a Southern Chinese martial art and famed for its attack at close range and One-inch punch. It starts with three empty hand forms which are “Siu Lim Tao”, “Chum Kiu” and “Biu Tze”. Besides, a special kind of equipment – wooden dummy is often used in the training. As for the partner training, Wing Chun has a unique drill which is called “Chi Sau”. It aims to refine practitioners’ understanding of angles and positions of movements. It can also strengthen the responses of attack and defence in short distance. For the kicking techniques, Wing Chun is mainly based on low kicks. Combining both kicking and hand techniques, Wing Chun can achieve attack or defence by both parts simultaneously.

This is Chinese Kung-Fu! Come for a trial!