While kickboxing is oftentimes confused with Asian indigenous Thai boxing, those two differ a lot. Kickboxing is basically a modern rendering and mingling of both the Western traditional boxing, Asian Muay Thai (Thai boxing) and the Japanese Karate technique… This ultimately makes kickboxing a hybrid martial art, that is mostly being learned now for either general fitness or sports-related matters. The fact that this style has been effectively constructed by the fitness and fighting enthusiasts makes it easy for a whole multitude of spinoff varieties to regularly appear. Such sub-styles as American kickboxing, box shooting, K-1, Japanese kickboxing and Dutch kickboxing are among the most popular new sub-styles… Though largely practiced for recreational and/or overall fitness goals, kickboxing nowadays gains a lot of traction among women too… The recently generated “Kettlebell kickboxing” style is one of the varieties, making it a perfect choice for anyone who wants to learn straightforward self-defense…

This martial arts class focuses on the following methods and positions:
  • Kettlebell kickboxing
  • Box shooting
  • K-1
  • Japanese, American and Dutch kickboxing

Classes Pricing

  • 1 – 5 sessions per month     $69.00
  • 5 – 15 sessions per month     $59.00
  • 15 – 30 sessions per month     $49.00


Sybil has been practicing the kickboxing routine for quite a while, virtually starting it with her father’s consent since her junior years… After she turned 18, Sybil encountered D.L. Anderson, who by that time was a worldwide famous female kickboxing champion and a storied instructor, with her own school based in the state of Vermont. That experience of training together with Dasha Anderson has contributed to Sybil’s fascination with a brand new trending exercise program – called the Kettlebell kickboxing and also widely known as the “female kickboxing”. Excelling in this new style, under a precise tutoring by Ms. Anderson, Sybil eventually found herself as one of our school’s instructors, as we were just setting up the classes for that style at the time…

Reasons that make people sign up for a martial arts class can vary

Maybe you want to learn a few self-defense tricks, living in such a hectic city as New York?

See the Pictures our Instructors & Students Have Taken During the Recent Classes…