New Era Martial Arts - Muay Thai

Our academy focuses on growing in confidence, endurance, strength and self discipline while prioritizing the improvement of mental and physical health.

If you enjoy learning martial arts and improving your fitness level in a small group setting then New Era Martial Arts is for you. Owner, Nicholas Seguin, is a bilingual martial arts instructor and he's the real deal. Here's a quick bio:

WAMTAC Light Middle Weight Champion
WKF Light Middle Weight Champion
Interests and specialities: Muay Thai, BJJ, MMA, Karate, Weightlifting

The video below is coach Nicholas and I training on the pads. He had me working on some striking combinations. What I like about combinations is the mind-body connection that is required to have success. It's also a great way to get in shape and improve your cardiovascular ability.


The session started with a specific muay thai warm-up. We worked on our footwork and striking. We then got straight into combinations with the pads. I had a lot of fun because I got to work 1 on 1 with coach Nicholas. We finished the session with some core training. Coach Nicholas said that muay thai fighters need a strong core and I believe him. You generate a lot of power from the core. That's something I'll need to work on. This dad bod needs to get in shape.

I noticed all of Nicholas' accomplishments and he's the real deal. He has many certificates in the martial arts world (muay thai, karate, bjj). What I particularly liked is the small group session. You'll definitely get his attention and his coaching feedback. Often, studios have up to 20+ students per class and it can become difficult for the instructor to give good quality feedback. Not at New Era Martial Arts, you don't have to worry about that. Nicholas will answer all of your questions and improve your skills in the process.

Here are three reasons to visit New Era Martial Arts:

1) Nicholas is bilingual. You can ask him questions in English or in French and he'll be able to answer you without a problem. J'adore! Continue ton excellent travail Nicholas!

2) New Era Martial Arts offers small group training sessions or one on one. The less people in a session, the more attention you get. That's a good thing because you will really improve your martial arts. Nicholas is attentive and really wants you to improve every single time you train with him.

3) Nicholas is a martial artist. He knows what he's talking about. I saw certificates and pictures of him practising muay thai, karate and brazilian jiu-jitsu. 

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