How Muay Thai Vacations Was Originally Created
It all started back in 2015 when pro fighter and creator of Muay Thai Guy, Sean Fagan, was contacted by The Jungles Edge Resort about hosting a Muay Thai retreat in Costa Rica.
At the time Sean and his wife, Liz, never thought to host this type of event. They heard of Yoga Retreats before, but a Muay Thai Retreat? They didn't know of anyone doing such a thing...
... and so they decided to do it!
Where It All Began
The first Muay Thai Vacation was hosted in Nosara, Costa Rica at The Jungles Edge in March 2015.
It brought together a small group of only 4 people who had an absolute blast training Muay Thai, practicing yoga, surfing some waves and eating delicious, healthy Costa Rican food.
Everyone had such a transformative experience that Sean and Liz decided to commit to hosting yearly events in Costa Rica.
And then it began to grow...
Shortly after hosting their 3rd Muay Thai Vacation in Costa Rica, Sean was approached by a gym in Bangkok, Thailand called Khongsittha Muay Thai. They asked if he could host a training camp there... and of course Sean said YES!
This training camp sold out quickly and was one of the most epic trips ever. The campers got to train with champion-level Thai trainers twice a day while also being able to take in the unique culture and food that Bangkok has to offer.
On top of that they got to visit temples, watch fights at top stadiums and even get Sak Yant tattoos! Plus there were guest seminars from living legends Saenchai, Petchboonchu and Kaew Fairtex.
Needless to say, all the campers went home with a once-in-a-lifetime type of experience.
From Small Groups in Costa Rica To Sold Out Events All Around The World!
After multiple sold out events in Costa Rica and Bangkok, Sean and Liz decided to continue exploring other options to host unique Muay Thai Vacations around the world.
There's been training camps in Bangkok, Koh Phangan and Chiang Mai as well as retreats in Greece and Spain. Plus Sean has also hosted seminars in Norway, Ireland, America, and Estonia!
Now what is the Muay Thai Vacations crew up to?
Muay Thai Vacations is now running regular retreats in Costa Rica 2022 and 2023. They also are planning a couple Europe retreats in summer 2023 as well!
If you're interested in the events they'll be hosting in 2022 and 2023 all around the world, then be sure to sign up for updates for special offers and exclusive updates :)
P.S. Did you know that Sean & Liz got married after hosting one of their Muay Thai Vacations in Greece? The entire group came to the wedding too!
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Aug 14-21, 2022 (Women's Only)
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Meet Your Hosts
Jake has been a Muay Thai practitioner for over 10 years, acquiring several belts and exciting knockout wins during his amateur career. He is now a professional fighter, most recently fighting on Lion Fight after a two-year stint in Thailand.
Throughout his time living in Thailand, Jake completely immersed himself in the Thai style of training and learned from world-class fighters and trainers in the Mecca of the sport. Coming home feeling inspired and invigorated, Jake is excited to continue to pass on the extensive knowledge he has acquired.
Whether you are brand new to the sport or are an experienced Nak Muay, Jake’s coaching style ensures that you will learn something new about yourself and the art of Muay Thai.
Growing up as a competitive dancer and a nationally-ranked black belt in Taekwondo, Brynn found Muay Thai after graduating college and has been training and competing ever since.
She's spent two of the last three years living and training throughout Thailand, immersing herself in the Thai culture and becoming a more elite Muay Thai practitioner.
Throughout her martial arts journey, Brynn has coached children, helped run women’s self-defense clinics, sparred and trained with professional fighters, and is continuing to compete and build her amateur fight record.
She is deeply passionate about the empowerment that comes through Muay Thai and is eager to help others foster their relationship with the sport and with themselves.