About Us

Taking you from the grassroots to the level of world-class champions

Who we are

Under the direction of Grand Master & Ajarn Keith Gray, his students, and our experienced instructors (DBS checked), we are a Martial Arts club situated in Bletchley, Milton Keynes, specializing in teaching authentic Muay Thai (Thai Boxing) and Combat Sambo. Our instructors are some of the best in class, both in experience and qualifications, and we are the creators of world-class champions, from the grassroots up!

In respect to Muay Thai (A.K.A Thai Boxing), under the guidance and mentorship of our experienced instructors and our traditional lineage leading back to Grand Master Toddy, we will take care of your journey all the way up to Kru status with official recognition from the government of Thailand.

Additionally, with our interdisciplinary instructors' experience spanning Wrestling, Striking, Combat Sambo, and Judo, and in affiliation with the British Sambo Federation, our governing principle informs the Krusader System to be just as effective in real-life situations as it would be in a controlled environment. Our Combat Sambo syllabus will teach you how to handle situations where Muay Thai finishes, and things get to the ground.

No need to worry about being a novice, as we are experts at teaching you to become an intermediate in a very short period of time.

All-in-all, Krusader will set you up with a holistic system of a contemporary Martial Artist and be your companion even beyond the club.

Our Etiquette

What are the ethical virtues in the etiquette of a Nak Muay (Thai Boxer)?

A Nak Muay is a practitioner of Muay Thai, a traditional martial art that originated in Thailand. Muay Thai, like many martial arts, emphasizes the development of ethical virtues in its practitioners. The specific virtues may vary depending on the school or lineage, but some common ethical virtues of a Nak Muay include:

  • Respect: Nak Muay are taught to show respect to their instructors, training partners, opponents, and the traditions of Muay Thai. This is often demonstrated through the traditional Wai Kru dance and other rituals performed before and after fights.
  • Discipline: A core tenet of Muay Thai is the development of self-discipline, both in and outside the training environment. Nak Muay are expected to maintain a rigorous training schedule and adhere to the rules and customs of their gym and the sport.
  • Humility: Recognizing one's own limitations and being open to learning from others is an essential part of growth in Muay Thai. Nak Muay should be humble and appreciative of the knowledge and skills imparted to them by their instructors and training partners.
  • Perseverance: Muay Thai is a physically and mentally demanding sport that requires a strong commitment and the ability to overcome adversity. Nak Muay must cultivate perseverance to excel in their training and competition.
  • Integrity: Honesty and sportsmanship are important values in Muay Thai. Nak Muay should act with integrity both in their training and in competition, treating opponents fairly and upholding the values of the sport.
  • Courage: Stepping into the ring to face an opponent requires a great deal of courage. Nak Muay should strive to develop the bravery necessary to face challenges both in and out of the ring.
  • Compassion: The practice of Muay Thai involves inflicting and receiving pain, and Nak Muay should develop empathy and compassion for their opponents, training partners, and themselves.

These ethical virtues serve as a foundation for the personal and spiritual growth of a Nak Muay, shaping not only their martial arts practice but also their character and conduct in everyday life.