Muay Thai Guy

New York, United States

Travel and train Muay Thai in tropical paradise! Come back re-energized, rejuvenated and as motivated as ever to continue living an active, healthy lifestyle while learning new, practical skills!

Training Camps 1

Limited availability
1 person currently interested

Speaks English

from US$1,245
from US$1,245
Price for:

8 days / 7 nights

Instructors 1

Sean Fagan

Sean Fagan, or the Muay Thai Guy grew up in New Paltz, New York, USA, and started training Muay Thai in 2008 at Black and Blue MMA in Kingston, NY. His first fight was in Thailand. Currently, his record is 19-7 and he holds the TKO and WKA US national title at 145lbs. To him, Muay Thai is more than just a sport, its a way of life.

Testimonials 4

  • Aileen M.

    Muay Thai Guy Website

    I was a bit nervous going to Costa Rica on a Muay Thai retreat. New country, new people, and traveling alone left me not knowing what to expect. But as soon as I landed and met Sean, Liz, and Wes, I knew that it was going to be amazing!We trained twice a day, every day, and every session we learned something new and got in great shape while doing it. Sean is an amazing teacher with a lot of knowledge and love for Muay Thai. After each session, I felt a better sense of what my weaknesses are and what my strengths are. Training with Sean in Costa Rica gave me what I needed to re-motivate myself and be the best that I can be inside the ring and outside. I will definitely be attending more of his retreats!I feel very fortunate to have had this experience and will definitely implement what I learned into my training and into my style of fighting. I cant thank Sean enough!

  • Sam S.

    Muay Thai Guy Website

    I recently attended a Muay Thai retreat with Sean Fagan, aka the Muay Thai Guy in Costa Rica and enjoyed every minute of it! At first I was thinking to go to Thailand but I figured Costa Rica is closer to home, less expensive, no jet lag, and no time adjusting. The resort we stayed and trained at was beautiful and I figured Ill learn from Seans experiences cause hes been to Thailand many times. And Im glad I did!I met some amazing people that I now call friends. We all share the love and passion for the sport of Muay Thai. I met people from different training background and fighting style. Training was twice a day with a rest or activity in between, food was organic and healthy, weather was sunny and warm, and the most beautiful beaches Ive ever seen were within 5 minutes walk!Ive been doing martial arts for the last 20 years of my life and I thought I know it all, until I trained with Sean. I learned some new techniques that Ive never tried before and worked on improving my existing skills, all in a fun and friendly atmosphere. I highly recommend a Muay Thai retreat, an awesome experience that you will be telling your family and friends about with pride and will never forget!

  • Safi S.

    Muay Thai Guy Website

    I spent one week on Seans first Muay Thai Retreat at Jungles Edge in beautiful Nosara, Costa Rica, and it couldnt have been better. Ive already written up a 5-star review on Trip Advisor for Jungles Edge, so Ill focus on the actual retreat here.From the moment I met Sean, he was extremely friendly, down-to-earth, and just as excited as us to get training. He was a consummate professional, very knowledgeable, and patient. We all came from different martial arts backgrounds and experiences, but Sean was able to adapt and teach us appropriately. He focused not only on our strengths, but weaknesses, andI can safely say that I left as a better Muay Thai enthusiast.Furthermore, Sean introduced us to several Dutch style combinations not routinely practiced at my gym, and some excellent defensive counters to keep opponents guessing. Sean has a no nonsense approach to his teaching. Its effective, its both offensive and defensive, and its rooted in his experience as an amateur and professional fighter. I would absolutely recommend his retreats, and I look forward to attending his next one in Costa Rica in 2016.

  • Wesley Smith

    Muay Thai Guy Website

    I didnt know what to expect, going to a new country, training with some unfamiliar faces and stepping out of my comfort zone, but attending Sean Fagans Muay Thai retreat in Costa Rica in March of 2015 was one of the best choices I made.I was surprised right off the bat how down to earth and friendly Sean was. I have had a lot of good luck with generally only dealing with positive people in the muay Thai community but you never know meeting somebody you have only followed online. Not only was he friendly to myself and the other members of our group but he was open to our input as far as what we wanted to train and do outside of training.Its always challenging making everyone happy especially a group that was pretty mixed as ours. He was patient with us, which is one of the hardest parts of training or teaching other. Some people dont have that quality and it makes them poor teachers Sean definitely is not lacking in this.As far as the resort and country went, it was awesome. It was really the experience of a lifetime amazing food, beautiful beaches, super friendly locals and tropical weather. The hosts were extremely accomodating and friendly, I would go there again in a heart beat.One of the coolest parts about the whole experience was meeting new people from different parts of the world that came together over a common bond like muay Thai, it really shows the positivity this sport can bring into your life. I gained some great experience from Sean and would train under him again anytime. The first day back to my normal gym people were amazed how much I was showing improvement, just from one week of focused work with Sean.

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