Nak Muay Thai Lao Fight Camp
February 19-21, Las Vegas
“Understanding Thai style fighting without going to Thailand, will save fighters/athletes thousands of dollars. This camp is designed and structured from Fairtex and Sittsongpeenong as taught to Ajarn Airr.” ~Khru Doug Lane
Join us for the popular annual event where you can learn Thai fighting skills without going to Thailand.
We stay in the Asian quarter of Vegas, Train with Thai/Lao/Fillipino people, have a traditional Awards Ceremony and possibly the highlight of the trip, a Laotian BBQ for all. It is truly an experience of a lifetime. If you have been to Thailand, you won't notice a difference in the training/commitment. If you haven't been overseas yet, this is a perfect place to start without the 29+ hour plane ride.
All gyms and coaches welcome. This annual camp has grown every year in this 10,000 sq foot gym with 22ft ring.
Designed for: All levels from someone with three months experience in Muay Thai to an experienced fighter
Dates and times: Friday, February 19 - Sunday, February 21. Camp begins at 8am each day. Times are flexible and confirmed each day prior.
Location: 4881 W Hacienda Ave #6, Las Vegas, NV 89118
What you will learn: Coaches will dive into the technical side of striking, learn fight/self defense and situational counter striking. The camp will be taught in thai style format with rope skipping, running, and traditional bag rounds. Please come ready to work.
Cost: $250 camp fee. Not including accommodations.
Where you stay is up to you. We recommend a few different places, off the strip and close to the gym, but everyone is on their own for either:
Desert Paradise Resort
5165 S Decatur Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89118
The Orleans Hotel and Casino
4500 W Tropicana Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89103
Club de Soleil
5625 W Tropicana Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89103
Air Travel - $250-400 - book NOW (ASAP)- prices always go up closer to event
Hotel/Air B &B - $60-$200/night -- book in January
Camp Cost -- $250 (partial scholarships available). Book in mid-January so we know about quantities for t-shirts, food, and camp swag to purchase.
Food -- $150-200. Ajarn Airr is an amazing chef. He will usually cook breakfast for us after morning run, and before training -- eggs, toast, rice, fruit. Please bring your own food to gym, if this doesn't work for you.