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(512) 659-8244

Private in-home individual and group lessons ​

My Martial Arts Training Focus:

Services Offered

Private Individual & Group Lessons, 

Scheduled Only by Appointment:

* General Muay Thai lessons 

* Traditional Thai Boxing for competitive sport 

* Muay Boran based self-defense 

* Muay Thai/kickboxing drills for fitness/exercise 

* Pad sessions (for established students only) 

* Drilling/sparring partner for hire 

* Muay Thai/Martial Arts substitute teacher for hire  

Peaceful Warrior Muay Thai Academy LLC is a school specializing in teaching the traditional martial art and combat sport of Muay Thai – the national sport of Thailand.  Also known as Thai boxing, or ‘the art of eight limbs;’


Our program covers all aspects of Muay Thai with training on everything from boxing and kickboxing to sweeping and fighting in the clinch with the inclusion of knees and elbow strikes. We want you to learn the Muay Thai comprehensive fighting style and be able to use it for self defense.

Peaceful Warrior Muay Thai Academy LLC

is an equal opportunity school for all ages (children, teens, young adults, middle-aged, and seniors); genders, athletic (in)abilities, and even the differently-abled requiring adaptive training. 

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About Kru Adam

Kru Adam House is a Kru-level graduate of Great Grand Master Toddy's Muay Thai Academy of Bangkok Thailand, after 2 years of being educated there on a student visa from the United States. 

Kru Adam is now licensed by the MTIA (Muay Thai International Association), and accredited by the Thai Ministry of Education to teach authentic traditional Thai boxing anywhere in the world.

Read My Book - Operation Phoenix Warrior

"Finding what works doesn’t always mean finding what’s ideal.  Finding what works doesn’t always mean finding what’s easy, inexpensive, or flashy.  Finding what works can sometimes mean something that isn’t comfortable, popular, politically correct, or socially accepted.  Finding what works often means embracing what’s good for you, sometimes in choice over something you rather would have preferred.  You may even have to give up what you want - to find what actually works.  Other people may not like what you find works for you, they may not understand what it is or why it is something works for you, and they may even try to take whatever works away from you.  But they don’t know who you are and where you’ve been, what you’ve done and what you’ve been through.  They don’t have to live your life, live inside your head with your conscience, or live with the consequences of your decisions – only you do that.  Whatever works for you may not work for someone else, and vice-verse.  Other people can absolutely be an invaluable resource for identifying and trying new things to see if they work, but other people’s opinions about whatever you find that you know for your own self that works for you – is absolutely immaterial.  The best piece of advice I can give to anyone else who is asking about what they can do to treat PTSD in him/herself is to tell you adamantly that you need to find what works for you and do that – the rest of the world be damned.  Take personal responsibility to be accountable for your own recovery and to hell with anyone or anything standing in your way."

   - Operation Phoenix Warrior 

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