Best Martial Arts Classes in Melbourne

Best Martial Arts Classes in Melbourne
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Below is a list of the top and leading Martial Arts Classes in Melbourne. To help you find the best martial arts classes located near you in Melbourne, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.

Melbourne’s Best Martial Arts Classes:

The top-rated martial arts classes offering high-quality martial arts and self-defense training are:

  • Absolute Mixed Martial Arts
  • Arakan Martial Art 
  • Fitness & Martial Arts Center

Absolute Mixed Martial Arts

Best martial Arts Classes in Melbourne
Absolute Mixed Martial Arts Source: http://absolutemma.net.au/

Absolute Mixed Martial Arts At Absolute MMA they strive to provide a safe, clean and enjoyable environment with a focus on modern and proven training methods, systems and techniques. This focus on effectiveness doesn’t mean that you have to be experienced to start training at Absolute MMA; they cater to students from all walks of life and can personalize training and fitness programs just for you.

Products/Services:

Mixed Martial Arts, Brazillian Jiu-Jitsu, Muay Thai, Boxing, Wrestling, Self-Defense, Yoga Classes.

Location:

Address136 Exhibition St, Melbourne VIC 3000
Phone: (03) 9663 9122
Website: www.absolutemma.net.au

Review:

“Traveling for work And decided to drop in for a fundamentals class for the first time away from my home mat. Super friendly and easy going with amazing facilities (Melbourne CBD). Grapplers of all levels with great instructors, made me feel at home. Enjoyed the gi BJJ fundamental class so much I decided to try no gi for the first time. Looking forward to my next trip to Melbourne knowing I will have a place to roll. Highly recommend Absolute MMA to anyone traveling from out of town.”- Bruce James

Arakan Martial Art

Best Martial Arts Classes in Melbourne
Arakan Martial Arts Source: https://www.arakan.com.au/

Arakan Martial Art differs from many other martial arts clubs in that they focus primarily on teaching effective, efficient and practical self-defense techniques that can be used in a modern real-world environment. They specialize in private one on one training that is specifically tailored to your individual capabilities and requirements. They work with you to build both your fitness/conditioning and your technique in order to help you build your confidence and ability to protect yourself and your loved ones.

Products/Services:

Private Lessons, Arakan for Men, Arakan for Women, Arakan for Juniors, Health & Fitness.

Location:

Address483 Swanston St, Melbourne VIC 3000
Phone: 1300 132 311
Website: www.arakan.com.au

Review:

“Have been training 3.5 years and it’s changed my life. It doesn’t just teach self-defense but also confidence, awareness, and courage. You really have to try it to understand how much it gives. Honestly, haven’t stopped raving about Arakan since the day I started to anyone who will listen. Highly recommend.”- Dave Mason

Fitness & Martial Arts Center

Best Martial Arts Classes in Melbourne
Fitness & Martial Arts Center Source: https://fmcmelbourne.com.au/

Fitness & Martial Arts Center They built a state-of-the-art Fully Equipped Fitness & Martial Arts gym to accommodate any type of training and workout. The unique hybrid approach of the facilities allow you to work efficiently on every aspect of your goals, may it be Martial Arts training, Cardio progression or Muscle building.

Products/Services:

Krav Maga, Kick-Boxing, Brazillian Jiu-Jitsu, Fitness & Circuit Training.

Location:

Address446 Collins St, Melbourne VIC 3000
Phone: (03) 9015 9502
Website: www.fmcmelbourne.com.au

Review:

“Excellent gym at a great location. It has a great atmosphere (“Leave your ego at the door”) and everyone is just about improving themselves and others. No room for macho BS posturing here. Multiple classes mean there is something for everyone. The instructors are all very skilled and supportive. In particular, Josh has helped me transition my traditional martial arts background into effective striking techniques.”- Paolo Navidad

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