Welcome to Boxing Therapy, where we integrate empirically-based therapies with high-level Krav Maga, kick-boxing and boxing training to offer a unique trauma sensitive experience. Our small and personal group structure ensures that you receive personalized attention and guidance throughout your journey towards mental resilience and physical strength.
Frequently Asked Questions
Welcome to Boxing Therapy, where Our trauma-sensitive training approach is designed to support individuals from all backgrounds, including those who have experienced trauma, stress, or other mental health challenges. Our Krav Maga, Boxing Therapy, and Trauma-Sensitive Kickboxing services and groups provide a safe and empowering environment for everyone to unleash their inner warriors and overcome life's challenges. We believe that consent and safety are essential ingredients in creating a supportive and transformative experience. Our services and groups are not just about physical training, but also about emotional growth and healing.
Join us and become part of a community committed to helping individuals achieve our full potential.
Our experienced Boxing Therapists and Coaches are passionate about helping clients transform their lives through the power of Boxing Therapy. We combine our expertise in mental health and physical training to create a comprehensive program that focuses on the whole person.
What is Boxing Therapy?
Boxing Therapy is a unique approach to mental health challenges, combining evidence-based therapy practices with non-competitive boxing and Krav Maga training. This approach helps clients learn self-discipline and protection, while processing and healing through therapy.
Who is it for?
Boxing Therapy is for anyone who wants to face mental health challenges head-on with the support of a Boxing Therapy coach and community. It is highly effective for teenagers and people who have been through sudden or enduring trauma, helping them gain control and grow mentally, emotionally, and physically.
What does it help with?
Boxing Therapy helps with mental health challenges, emotional healing, uncovering and developing individual strengths, learning healthier decision-making habits and relationships, physical health, and general mood enhancement.
How does it work?
Boxing training triggers the fight, flight, and freeze responses in a safe and controlled environment, helping clients learn to trust their reactions again. The rigorous training and therapy help develop new patterns and coping mechanisms for stress, relief from trauma symptoms, and rewires neuro pathways for success.
What is trauma sensitive training?
At Boxing Therapy, being trauma-sensitive means creating a supportive space where our clients can heal and grow, regardless of their background or experiences. It means prioritizing consent, emotional well-being, and safety, while using personalised techniques that are guided by empirically-based approaches. Our goal is to empower our clients through boxing and Krav Maga, and help them find healing and resilience in a safe and supportive environment.
How is Boxing Therapy different from regular boxing or Krav Maga classes?
Boxing Therapy is a unique approach to mental health that combines physical training with psychotherapy and mindfulness practices. By prioritizing the mind-body connection, Boxing Therapy can be an effective tool for individuals coping with mental health challenges such as stress, anxiety, or trauma. Our sessions focus not only on physical technique, but also on the warrior mentality, providing our clients with tools to overcome adversity and build resilience. Whether you are looking to manage stress or improve your mental health, Boxing Therapy can be a valuable addition to your self-care routine.
Is boxing therapy a replacement for therapy?
While Boxing Therapy with a coach is not a replacement for traditional therapy, it can be a valuable addition to one's mental health toolkit. Some individuals may find that certain Boxing Therapy services, such as group classes or one-on-one sessions with a Boxing Therapist, can be as effective as standalone therapy services, while others may benefit from combining Boxing Therapy with other therapeutic approaches. Ultimately, the decision of whether to use Boxing Therapy as a standalone therapy service or as an add-on to traditional therapy should be made in collaboration with a licensed mental health professional based on individual needs and goals.
Can I put this into my own practice as a mental health practitioner or martial artist/fitness professional?
Yes! In-person and online training options are available to learn how to integrate Boxing Therapy into your own practices. You can offer this method as a group or individual facilitator.
What is the next step? How can I learn more?
To learn more about Boxing Therapy services or for how to integrate it into your practice, be in touch with us.