about

About Move to Live

Founded on a passion for movement, healthy living and a balanced lifestyle, Move To Live exists to help people learn, play and improve.

At Move to Live, we invite you to discover how a fresh, expert approach to movement builds an active lifestyle. Whether it means to crawl, walk, lunge or twist, we are devoted to redefining the way we move.

We focus on Muay Thai, Boxing, Circuit Training and Yoga where the art of movement is a life long learning process.

At Move to Live, we help our clients move better and become stronger and fitter, from competing athletes to those exercising for the first time. We work tirelessly on improving fundamental movements without overcomplicating our training, whilst always looking to progress.

Our classes include

Muay Thai

Our Muay Thai class is a non-contact, high intensity, class focusing on learning Muay Thai techniques and combinations together with pad work and superset drills. Superset drills may include a variety of exercises such as: body weight exercises, plyometric and calisthenics.

A session suitable for all levels, Muay Thai makes for a great cardiovascular workout, develops balance, coordination, rhythm, speed, power and tones muscles.

We recommend you come in comfortable sporting attire. With hygiene in mind, we strongly suggest you bring your own boxing gloves and hand wraps. Gloves and hand wraps are available for purchase at reception. Limited sets of gloves are available for common use

Circuit Training

Circuit training is a high intensity workout suitable for all fitness levels. This class incorporates a combination of body weight movements, cardiovascular training, and weight training. Movements you can expect to see in this class include crawling, jumping, push-ups, burpees, etc. Our trainers often use Kettlebells and medicine balls during training.

Traditional strength and conditioning exercises are mixed with more dynamic circuit training drills to give a complete body workout. Members will be able to develop good movement patterns, balance, core strength and agility as well as work up a serious sweat with some fun, fat burning circuit training.

We recommend you come in comfortable sporting attire.

Muay Thai Intermediate

 For those who enjoy our Muay Thai class and wish to spend more time learning traditional Muay Thai – this class is for you.

This program is designed to teach intermediates the fundamentals of Muay Thai. Members will learn all the basic techniques while concentrating on movements such as stance, footwork, punches, kicks, knees and elbows and the defense to these techniques. Muay Thai is a high intensity, full body workout that will keep you moving throughout the workout including sparring work with your partners.

We recommend you come in comfortable sporting attire and must bring a mouth guard. For hygienic reasons, we strongly suggest you bring your own gloves, hand wraps and shin pads. Gloves and wraps are available for purchase at reception. Limited sets of gloves are available for common use

Yoga

 We follow the hatha style of yoga, which involves postures linked together in flowing sequences, designed to maximise muscular strength and flexibility as well as cardio-vascular fitness. A hatha flow class is both a great place to start and to continue challenging yourself. These multi level classes have been developed to highly condition the body whilst safely maintaining joint stability, especially in the core and around the spine.

Hatha flow connects movement and breath with postures that can be arranged into different sequences to condition the body, mind and spirit. We separate our classes into “Basics” and “Strong”. The “Basics” class, focuses on the fundamentals, alignment and breath. The “Strong” class, is faster paced and moves with stronger sequences 

Brazilian Jiu Jitsu

Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ) is a grappling-based martial art based on controlling and resisting your opponent resulting in submission. Control is generally easier on the ground and much of the technique of BJJ is centered around taking an opponent down and wrestling for dominant control positions thus rendering your opponent harmless. These skills are used to subdue and control an opponent with whatever level of severity the student chooses. Your BJJ journey is physically and mentally demanding however students benefit greatly from increased physical fitness, problem-solving ability, self-knowledge of their body and mind and the many social benefits of working within a large group of like-minded peers.

Kid's Muay Thai

Martial arts is an excellent way to teach children life skills such as discipline, hard work, honesty, integrity and teamwork. It challenges and develops them both physically and mentally, and encourages continuous self-improvement.

A fun and engaging training program for youngsters with a greater focus on basic Muay Thai technique, games, agility, mobility, and most importantly fun.

Move To Live offers two children’s programs:

  • Mini Muay Thai (5 – 8 years of age)
  • Little Muay Thai (9 – 13 years of age) 

Boxing

This class focuses on punching, footwork and head movement. Boxing classes include technique, pad work, agility and superset drills involving boxing movements and body weight exercises are also incorporated into our Boxing class.

We recommend you come in comfortable sporting attire and must bring a mouth guard. For hygienic reasons, we strongly suggest you bring your own gloves, hand wraps and shin pads. Gloves and wraps are available for purchase at reception. Limited sets of gloves are available for common use

philosophy

LEARN, PLAY, IMPROVE

meet-the-team

Meet the Team

Terence

Terence

Trainer

I was introduced to Muay Thai in 2001 at a boxing gym in Singapore. What started as an activity to lose weight soon ignited my passion and I started competing in the amateur and professional Muay Thai circuits in Singapore and Thailand.

Now, I enjoy teaching and coaching Muay Thai and functional training to young and old alike. My classes are tough and challenging but students have fun and enjoy an overall workout. I’m a certified personal trainer with experience in: Muay Thai, functional training and Kettle Bells.

What are your hobbies outside the gym?
I enjoy a good movie or book and trying out new physical activities. I’m currently learning more about CrossFit and Olympic weightlifting.

What’s your favourite food?
I don’t really have a favourite food, but I love travelling and trying out authentic local cuisines. When I travel, I try to eat what the locals eat.

Pen

Pen

Trainer

I have always been into sport and was a competitive skateboarder throughout my teenage years. My parents were the ones that encouraged me to pursue martial arts training, for self defense. I tried a few options, karate, taekwondo but after my first Muay Thai session, I knew this was for me.

Since 2004 I have been committed to training and competition. I fought in Singapore and Thailand and return to Thailand for regular Muay Thai and functional training sessions.

What do you do outside of training?
I relish my quiet time and enjoy going to the movies – any genre I don’t mind. I try and challenge myself with other physical activities – like rock climbing even though I am scared of heights!

Favorite holiday destination?
Phuket – I get to workout and also enjoy the Thai culture and the amazing beaches.

Mizan

Mizan

Trainer

I was first a footballer. I competed for Singapore in the youth team until I was 17, but then I wanted to move to a more individual, more focused sport and decided to try Muay Thai.

I threw myself into it and entered my first competition after only 3 months. I switched to boxing after I tore my ACL. So I know the challenge of coming back from injury.

I returned to Singapore after training and fighting in Thailand. I am now committed to training and sharing the art of Muay Thai to others. My classes are action packed and run at a high energy. I want my students to feel the challenge of training and just when you think you can’t give anymore you do and walk away thankful for the session and the sweat you have left behind.

What is your fitness motto?
Sweat. Sacrifice. Success

What is your favourite food?
Anything and everything, just add extra rice.

Terence

Terence

Trainer

I was introduced to Muay Thai in 2001 at a boxing gym in Singapore. What started as an activity to lose weight soon ignited my passion and I started competing in the amateur and professional Muay Thai circuits in Singapore and Thailand.

Now, I enjoy teaching and coaching Muay Thai and functional training to young and old alike. My classes are tough and challenging but students have fun and enjoy an overall workout. I’m a certified personal trainer with experience in: Muay Thai, functional training and Kettle Bells.

What are your hobbies outside the gym?
I enjoy a good movie or book and trying out new physical activities. I’m currently learning more about CrossFit and Olympic weightlifting.

What’s your favourite food?
I don’t really have a favourite food, but I love travelling and trying out authentic local cuisines. When I travel, I try to eat what the locals eat.

Pen

Pen

Trainer

I have always been into sport and was a competitive skateboarder throughout my teenage years. My parents were the ones that encouraged me to pursue martial arts training, for self defense. I tried a few options, karate, taekwondo but after my first Muay Thai session, I knew this was for me.

Since 2004 I have been committed to training and competition. I fought in Singapore and Thailand and return to Thailand for regular Muay Thai and functional training sessions.

What do you do outside of training?
I relish my quiet time and enjoy going to the movies – any genre I don’t mind. I try and challenge myself with other physical activities – like rock climbing even though I am scared of heights!

Favorite holiday destination?
Phuket – I get to workout and also enjoy the Thai culture and the amazing beaches.

Mizan

Mizan

Trainer

I was first a footballer. I competed for Singapore in the youth team until I was 17, but then I wanted to move to a more individual, more focused sport and decided to try Muay Thai.

I threw myself into it and entered my first competition after only 3 months. I switched to boxing after I tore my ACL. So I know the challenge of coming back from injury.

I returned to Singapore after training and fighting in Thailand. I am now committed to training and sharing the art of Muay Thai to others. My classes are action packed and run at a high energy. I want my students to feel the challenge of training and just when you think you can’t give anymore you do and walk away thankful for the session and the sweat you have left behind.

What is your fitness motto?
Sweat. Sacrifice. Success

What is your favourite food?
Anything and everything, just add extra rice.

class-schedule

Class Schedule

 

pricing

Pricing

Passes
 
10 passes (valid for 4 months) $330
1 pass $40
1 month unlimited $295
Memberships
6 month min
1x per week $29
2x per week $39
unlimited x per week $59
Personal Training
 
Single Session $120
12 Sessions $1350
20 Sessions $2000
BJJ available upon request
Introductory Offer
One Week Unlimited Trial $50
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the-studio

The Studio

Questions or comments? Email us or call our studio!


8A Biomedical Grove, #01-20 Immunos Building, Singapore 138648

Phone: 6464 2018

Email:

info@movetolive.sg



Directions:
Walking From Buona Vista MRT (8 minutes):
• Take Exit D (towards the circle line) and turn left at the top of the escalator.
• Walk past McDonalds, Metropolis building and past the escalator (seeing SGX on the left).
• Turn left onto North Buona Vista Road.
• Continue along North Buona Vista Road turning left at Biomedical Grove. We are located at the bottom of the street


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