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How important is your health? If you're looking to learn new healthy eating and exercise habits, then this 28-day retreat will be perfect for you! This wellbeing programme isn't just about your physical health. Clean eating, exercise, yoga, and meditation, plus being surrounded by nature are considered to contribute greatly toward mental health. Come and join Battle Conquer Gym, where you will be surrounded by pretty farmland and rice fields in their peaceful family-run retreat.
The small and humble village is mostly made up of family and farming folk, you’ll find Battle Conquer hidden in the middle of miles of rice fields that stretch out as far as the famous hills. We have 30 purpose-built lodges at their family home, making camp accommodation very convenient with the gym facilities and Noi’s Cafe being only steps from your door. Staying at the family home means submerging yourself in the camp culture, you’ll find it vibrant and friendly yet completely cut off from the stresses of modern day life.
My aunty and her family own and run Kwaing Sai Hotel so you’re in good hands! The hotel is 4km from our camp, this takes approximately 10 minutes by car. We arrange transport throughout the day for your convenience to and from the hotel. Located on the edge of Smo Thot town you’ll be closer to some great coffee shops, restaurants and the local markets. As you’ll be spending your days at the camp you still soak up our village life and family appeal.
Only minutes walk away from the camp is the beautiful guest house set in a pretty courtyard style garden. Aunty has three rooms available, two double, one twin. One double room has a private bathroom the other is shared. There is also a dining area and lounge with a pool table.
The Weight Loss & Detox Programs aren’t just about food and exercise, instead they’re about detoxifying your life. Exercising, eating a clean diet, living in nature and partaking in mindful exercises, such as yoga and meditation are considered to greatly improve mental health as well as the physical self. At the end of the day, the two go hand in hand.
Now imagine being at a retreat that combines all of these and puts them together such a way that your new lifestyle change becomes second nature.
You’ll start with the “Raw Fest” (optional may not be suitable for all guests.) This allows the colon to rest by removing a complex diet and providing natural energy and vitamins from raw foods. After five days your body will be ready to start enjoying some of the finest fresh Thai food packed with heaps of nutrition. %To help you reset, Battle Conquer has included all of the sightseeing tours in this package (go to Included Excursions for more information.) There are hikes that take you to breathtaking views, Thai massage treatments to help you unwind and you train against a backdrop of lush farmland.
We offer a variety of different yoga and meditation experiences through out the week so that you’re not short of choice. Our guided
meditations are rather special and conducted during the temple tours, expect to learn a variety of meditation styles.
Traditional: Hatha yoga is an old system that includes the practice of asanas (yoga postures) and pranayama (breathing exercises), which help bring peace to the mind and body.
Release and relax: Yin Yoga is a specialist practice focusing on long holds and relaxation techniques to deepen flexibility.
Invigorating: Synchronising yoga asanas with the flow and rhythm of breath, vinyasa is a free flowing form of power yoga.
Heating and uplifting: A 30 minute express class focusing on combining movement with breath as you warm your body with flowing sun salutations.
Sunday is the gym excursion day, please see included excursions for more details. Please note that the schedule is subject to change and availability. -Meditation
The Meditation experience is very special, in the week you will have the opportunity to take part in guided meditation classes delivered by our experienced yoga and meditation instructors, learning key meditation skills in some beautiful locations such as the Dragon Temple and jungle waterfall. The week ends with a unique and spiritual trip to our local temple where you are treated to teachings and guided meditation from our only English-speaking monk. -Muay Thai Battle Conquer
Muay Thai Battle Conquer is a traditional, family-run gym with deep roots in the fight game. The Keawma family has been involved in fighting, training, and promoting Muay Thai for decades, they accept all levels of fitness and experience making it perfect for beginners and seasoned fighters alike.
The name of the gym itself comes from the Thai saying Phichit Suk, said to fighters for good luck and translating to “battle conquer.”
Take the Battle Conquer challenge of climbing three hundred steep steps to a hillside temple set in a cave as many times as you can in one hour or simply relax at the top taking in the magnificent views.
The first stop is the market to buy bananas, make sure you have a lot as there is going to be plenty of hungry monkeys. Next stop is the pretty Fish Temple set out on a jetty with stone steps leading down to the water. Give a donation for a bag of fish food and be amazed at the sheer size of the fish ready to greet you.
A very elegant and picturesque temple with two giant dragons set across water and wonderful gold decorated statues of Buddha.
Meeting our English speaking Monk is a very spiritual experience. You will be able to ask him many questions as well as sit and meditate with him. Afterwards you will take a hike with him along the rocking maze or stone steps. The drive to the monastery takes you through the beautiful Phetchabun Hills, the scenery around the monastery is extremely pretty and the views at the top of the hike are breathtaking.
Be sure to have your shoulders and knees covered to be allowed to enter the temple, shoes must be taken off before you go in. Also, as part of Thai tradition it is good manners to take the Monk a small gift for example food, water or money is perfect.
Everyone looks forward to the Sunday rest day! There are many beautiful places to visit in Phetchabun, so on Sunday Battle Conquer takes you to their favourites. It could be the stunning Nong Pye Lake, one of Phetchabun's largest set deep in the valley with beautiful panoramic views, take a raft out and relax, swim, fish, if you’d like refreshments, it’s not a problem, simply wave a flag and you can order the most delicious food and drinks delivered to your raft. Sapailo Temple is another lovely location for a trip out with its pretty gardens and caves to explore or we may take you to the hot spring baths.
Every Thursday and Friday, they have a meditation practice at the temple or lake. On Friday evenings, you can tour the vibrant night markets. They can also arrange fishing in their local ponds. There is a lot to see and do, so please ask if you want to see something specific that's not listed here and they will see what they can do to help.
Pau has been trained by his uncle and fighting since the age of four. By the age of 14, he had more than 100 fights under his belt and was recruited to fight out of the Wy Cun Gym in Bangkok, where he trained and fought alongside Saensak Muangsurin, the great boxer who became the WBC welterweight. Pau built a record of 58 wins and 10 losses during his time in Bangkok. Pau continued to develop a wealth of Muay Thai knowledge to this day, which he teaches in a traditional and very intuitive style. Whether just beginning or a seasoned fighter, you’ll be sure to learn a great deal from him.
Ball is 23 years old and graduated from Phetchabun Sports University. He started Muay Thai at the age of 9, and so far has had 65 fights. Ball/s funny, happy vibe is going to make you smile during training. He makes each session fun, from pad work to sparring. Whilst you’re getting all sweaty with a smile on your face, you will also be learning new techniques and combinations. Training with Ball just makes you want to train more!
Having trained in Muay Thai from the age of 12, Bee’s speed is super fast in the ring and on the pads, he’ll have you following suit in no time at all and with 30 fights under his belt already he certainly knows his stuff. Bee will train you hard but you’ll leave feeling accomplished.
Being a multiple champion at Lumpini and Rajadam stadium in Bangkok, Bey is famous throughout Thailand. He started training from the age of 10 and at only 21 years old he has had over 121 fights. He is fast, skilled and quit witted in the ring and will coach you to do the same, he will have you powered up and fight ready in no time but trying to punch Bey will be one of the hardest challenges you face at Battle Conquer.
Western boxing champion Beer was on the Olympic team at the age of 16. He started training in Muay Thai at the age of 10 and has had 60 fights, he's the number one fighter from Phetchabun and has been training fighters for five years now. Beer specialises in teaching Western Boxing too, he is incredibly enthusiastic, a talented fighter and skilled coach, his awesome sense of humour takes the edge off his brutal training.
Benita came to yoga after suffering a severe Muay Thai injury, naturally her love of intensive sports led her to the study of Ashtanga Yoga and eventually teaching. Benita is also a highly qualified nutritionist and ayurveda specialist. As the practices outlined have given Benita so much enjoyment, strength, clarity, and joy she’s committed to sharing them with others. Favourite Quote: “Talent is a pursued interest. Anything that you're willing to practice, you can do.” Bob Ross Interesting Fact: Benita has visited 41 countries!
Lay has had a whopping 178 fights competing in the Lumpini Champion and Rajadam Champion. Lay has been training fighters for 3 years with experience in training K1 fighters in China.
Yo has 25 western boxing fights and 71 Muay Thai fights under his belt. He's represented Thailand at olympic level for Western Boxing and we are lucky to have such a talented fighter and trainer at our camp. Coaching now for five years you will learn a lot from Yo.
An untouched paradise set in the heart of Thailand’s farmland, the province of Phetchabun is a quiet, peaceful place where you can feel at home in nature.
There are so many amazing experiences to be had here from visiting temples and meditating to taking out a raft on the largest lake to fish and swim.
With so many stunning views to be had in the undisturbed part of the world it feels as if time has stood still.
Located in Bueng Sam Phan, Phetchabun, Thailand.
Daily breakfast and dinner are provided. Noi’s Cafe is only steps away from the training area. It makes fresh, healthy Thai food without added sugar or monosodium glutamate. Noi also makes delicious homemade ice cream for those who have earned a few extra calories. Craving a specific dish? Need more veggies, carbs, or protein? Just request it from Noi and she’ll not only make it, but make it tasty too!
While all of the food prepared and recommended at Battle Conquer is fresh and healthy, each guest has different nutritional needs that the chef carefully considers along with their training goals and metabolic state. On top of that, the trainers and coaches will observe your performance daily and adjust your meal plan on the fly to ensure you’re getting adequate nutrition.
In addition to fights, these country carnivals usually have a big selection of rides, carnival games, live music, dancing and great food.
The majestic hills are just a short ride from the gym are great for hiking. Take off on your motorbike or join with one of the group trips from the gym.
There are many beautiful temples in the area that make for nice day trips. Some of these temples are havens for monkeys and it’s a popular local pastime to feed them. Join in and buy some fruit from the local market and head up to the temple for some monkey feeding fun
Hire one of their bikes and go off and explore the beautiful countryside and the many hidden temples. Moped hire is 150 to 350 THB. Bicycle hire is 100 THB per day.
To support the detoxing process, this package includes 10 massage treatments at our Salon in town
Transfer available for additional US$91 per person
Please book your flights to arrive at Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK) in Bangkok. Airport transfer can be arranged at an additional 2.900 THB per car per way, please coordinate your flight details with Muay Thai Battle Conquer Gym prior to your arrival date. Or a private transfer from Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK) to the bus station can also be arranged at an additional cost of 1.050 THB to be paid to the driver directly. This is to ensure that that you catch the correct bus to Smo Thot. Once you had reached Smo Thot, a tuk tuk pick up service can be arrange to transfer you to the camp/hotel at 150 THB
First catch a taxi to Mo Chit bus station,(Bangkok). Once at Mo Chit bus station buy a first class ticket too Smo Thot 239 Baht. When your on the bus leaving Bangkok please let us know so we know what time you will arrive in Smo Thot. So we can let our tuk tuk drivers know your time of arrival they will bring you to the camp/hotel (tuk tuk cost to camp 150 baht). The buses run every hour starting from 6am till 9pm if you are catching the late bus get there early! Talk to the driver and the assistant on the bus and tell them you want to stop at Smo Thot. NOTE* do not go to Phetchabun city stop off at Smo Thot. Address: 26 Moo 11 Nong Chaeng, Bueng Sam Phan District, Phetchabun, 67160
Please coordinate your arrival time with Muay Thai Battle Conquer Gym
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