I started training under Kru Mehdi at the age of 17, where I initially began practicing Muay Thai for general fitness and self-defence.

Fifteen years later, I’m now teaching and competing.

Muay Thai has taught me many practical skills, but most importantly it’s been a consistent path towards mental and physical self-improvement. Not just in class, but for life in general, teaching me humility, discipline, respect, confidence in oneself and striving for constant self-improvement. It has helped me see where my strengths and weaknesses lie, and how I can improve them both inside and outside the ring.

Muay Thai is a constant journey. There’s always something new to learn, a goal to work towards or an obstacle to overcome.”