Kickboxing gyms & Kickboxing instructors in London

Attention all kickboxing instructors in London. Advertise your kickboxing studio in this directory of kickboxing in London for just £40.00 a year. This buys you a guaranteed place in the top 3 positions on the page, up to 70 words to describe your kickboxing gym and include your contact details, plus a link to your website to attract more business. You can also amend your listing at any time during the year, at no extra charge.

Showcase your kickboxing studio here for just £40.00 a year. Guaranteed position in top 3 for paid listings, plus a link to your website to boost your client base. You can also edit your listing at no extra charge as long as you stick to the maximum 70 word limit.

You'll get more publicity with a paid listing at the top of this kickboxing page, but if you want a free listing lower down the page, you get 30 words maximum, but no link to your website.

What do you think is the best kickboxing gym in London? Let me know and I'll add it to this directory.

Chinese Performing Arts Centre Tel: 020 3566 3654
Westminster Industrial Estate, 17 Bowater Road, Greenwich, London SE18 5TF
Sanshou (Chinese kickboxing), Shaolin Kung Fu, Qi Gong. Tai Chi (Chen style)
Instructor: Shifu Shi Heng Sheng

The Martial Arts Place Tel - 020 7586 1222
88 Avenue Road, Swiss Cottage NW3 3HA
Also: Unit 2, Victorian Grove, 35-39 Stoke Newington High Street, London N16 8DR
Boost your fitness & self-defence skills, beginners to advanced (black belt)
Co-founded by Russell Cronk and William Lai.
Kickboxing instructors include: Aaron George, Valerija Galkina, Lina Ghunaim, Adam Field

Wing Chung Martial Art Training Mobile: 07799 334342
The Gym Charing Cross, 17-21 Northumberland Avenue, London WC2N 5EA
London personal trainer Will
Pad work, sparring, self-defence

KB Fitness Tel - 020 7681 0114   Mobile - 07881 957977
Central London's largest martial arts academy
Structured classes in Kickboxing, Kung Fu, Self Defence, Yoga. All levels welcome!
Tottenham Court Rd, Chancery Lane, Euston, London Bridge, Piccadilly.

Tang Lung Combat Academy Tel - 020 3501 1846
The Wilditch Centre, 48 Culvert Road, Battersea, London SW11 5BB
Martial arts, self defence, fitness instruction
Jeet Kune Do, Wing Chun, Muay Thai, MMA, incorporating elements of kickboxing and other martial arts

Jodi Hayden - Muay Thai Kickboxing Instructor
mobile - 07776 322 862    email - jodihayden @
(also teaches Boxercise, Kickboxercise. Certified in Thailand.)

Zen-Do Kickboxing Tel - 020 7723 0206
Seymour Leisure Centre, Seymour Place,  W1H 5TH.

Ultimate Kickboxing
07800 600286     info (at)
16 Leicester Road, New Barnet, London EN5 5DA
Kickboxing classes for adults and juniors of all experience and fitness levels.
Taught from our fully-equipped dojo in North London.
Gradings and a National and International competition circuit available

Shaolin Temple UK Tel - 020 7687 8333
207a Junction Road, Archway, London N19 5QA
Run by Shi Yanzi, a Chinese fighting monk from the Shaolin Temple, Henan.
Tai Chi, San Shou (Chinese kickboxing), Kung Fu

Paul Cheesman
Fitness First Ilford, 261-275 High Road, Ilford IG1 1NJ 
mobile - 07904 073713   email - landodiaz @  (YMCA qualified advanced fitness instructor, personal trainer in east London, sports nutrition, nutrition for weight management).
One to one 'martial arts specific' fitness training (experienced in Wing Chun kung fu, San Shou kickboxing, Muay Thai, Jiu-jitsu)

Kickboxing is very effective for building both cardiovascular fitness and muscular strength, but that's not all. You'll also develop co-ordination, speed, agility, balance, and mental toughness too. You can train with a partner, or alone with a heavy bag. For stress-busting and letting out pent-up aggression, kickboxing is hard to beat.

To avoid injury, make sure you are flexible in the hamstrings and calves before attempting kicks. And don't lock out the joints when performing kicks and punches. Make sure you execute your kicks and punches from a strong centre of gravity, not from an off-balance stance.

If you've ever tried kickboxing, you'll be familiar with that feeling when your arms feel like lead weights, your heart is bursting out of your chest, and your lungs are burning like crazy. It's murder while you're exercising at such high intensity, but it feels amazing afterwards. Why not boost your cardio and muscular endurance with some sessions with a personal trainer in London who is trained to coach kickboxing? A personal trainer will also test and improve your flexibility, essential when you're making dynamic moves like kicking and punching. Tight hamstrings are the last thing you need when you're executing a high kick!