Important note: Existing members must get the login information from your gym owner or manager. Signing up free trial will not give you access to your account.

How to Setup Your Account

If you already have a membership, ask a staff member to send your password. Your username will be your email address – so be sure to check your email for login information. If you wish to change which email you’d like to use, simply ask a staff member to edit it.

If you are new to the gym and don’t yet have a membership, you can create an account by selecting a class to take, and then create an account. Your password will be emailed to the address you provide unless you created your own password upon setup.

Download the Member App: 

The easiest way to manage your Zen Planner account is through our Member App. You can download the App for free on your iOS or Android phone. Simply login to begin using it (you will only need to login your first time). Once you’re logged in, here’s everything you can do within the App:

Things you can do with the Member App

Manage Your Account

Click the “Z” inn the top left corner to setup your profile. Here’s what you’ll need to add:

  • Click on the avatar to add your best selfie
  • Click “Edit” in the top right corner to add your contact information
  • Add your billing information and make your first membership payment
  • Check your alerts to sign important waivers and contracts before you attend your first class

Manage Your Reservations

Many classes have size limits, so be sure to reserve your spot in class early in the day. Within the Member App, click on the calendar icon in the top right. You can reserve your spot or add yourself to a waitlist (if the class is full) by clicking the star next to the time you wish to attend. If you no longer can attend a class, simply click “Cancel Reservation”.

To see how many members are reserved for the class and class limits, touch the class itself. Depending on the settings, you might be also able to see which of your friends are coming to the class!

Our Classes

Fundamentals

(No experience required)

This class is ideal for beginners with no experience, or those looking to improve their fundamental techniques.

Basic techniques are presented such as punches, kicks, clinch, and footwork. Although there is no sparring in fundamentals, simple sparring drills may be presented, such as offense/defense or situational drills.

These sparring drills are not “live” and will be monitored closely by instructor(s).

Intermediate

(2-3 month minimum training suggested)

The suggested pre-requisite for experience is 2-3 month minimum. Students should understand the basic terminology, techniques, and pad holding for Muay Thai. Intermediate class will also incorporate more contact than fundamentals, as well as sparring & clinch work.

Advanced

(5-month minimum training suggested)

The difference between advanced and intermediate is that classes will incorporate more contact, sparring, and clinching to add to the overall conditioning. There will be less focus on instruction, and more focus on actual training. A higher level of expectation regarding knowledge of Muay Thai techniques (pad holding as well) will be demanded of all students who attend.

Kids Muay Thai

Ages 6-9

Children ages 6-9 will learn to grow their confidence both physically and mentally. Discipline and structure is the focal point, and taught throughout in various forms of lessons. They will learn the culture of Muay Thai, basic offense & defense, and physical endurance will be challenged in each class.

Kids who have competed before will be separated later in the classes with senior instructors to focus on higher level training.

Youth Muay Thai

Ages 10-12

Youth “Muay Thai cadets” ages 10-12 will learn basic offense & defense techniques. Discipline, structure, and building confidence is the focal point. We also stress team building as the entire class works together in drills. They will learn the culture of Muay Thai, basic offense & defense, and physical endurance will be challenged in each class.

Youth who have competed before will at times be separated later in the classes with senior instructors to focus on higher level training.