Welcome to Infinity Mixed Martial Arts
The premiere location for total body conditioning that will make you feel better, be more confident and help you accomplish more in all aspects of your life. Improve your fitness level while while learning self defense, discipline and correct technique practicing in any of our martial arts. All classes are designed to enhance your overall health and well being. Come in and try anytime - The first two weeks are free. Beginners and those of all fitness levels are welcome.
At Infinity MMA we will help get you started with the proper equipment as well as help you decide which path you would like to take for your training, be that our belted Karate Kickboxing Program, Muay Thai or Brazilian Jiu Jitsu . Classes are available for everyone starting at age 4. We are a family martial arts center and encourage kids, teens and parents to attend. Family Rates are available upon request.
We would be happy to answer any questions you have regarding our programs here at Infinity MMA, please call us at 778-809-IMMA (4662).
As of January 2014, Infinity Mixed Martial Arts is happy to announce that we are under new Management and have all new coaches available. Please stop by and help us welcome our new instructors.
Clay Martin is our Karate Kickboxing head coach, Ron Hudson is our Brazilian Jiu Jitsu head coach, Colton Bird teaches Muay Thai, Junior and Kids Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Kids Kickboxing and Jesse Bird coaches Muay Thai.
Check out the schedule and drop in anytime, no pre-registration is required.
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