Clubs – be they standalone facilities dedicated to Muaythai, large multi-discipline gyms dedicated to many martial arts, or small programs run in a community centre – are a place where people are transformed. Skills are learned, obstacles are overcome, friendships are made, and successes are celebrated. Each Club is its own unique community, and membership with Muaythai Ontario will provide your Club with:
MTO’s goal is to unite the community and give owners access to the vendors and service providers. Often it is difficult for a single club to secure pricing with limited resources. We want vendors and providers eager to see us as a community of like-minded people. In addition, your club will be listed among other MTO-registered clubs on the Club Directory.
We are eager to help the Muaythai community in Ontario grow. The goal is to position the club owners as leaders in the Martial Arts throughout all of Ontario. Seminars will be delivered throughout the year ranging in topics. Examples are: business leadership, securing credit, and club management techniques, and skill-specific training for coaches and instructors.
Muaythai is forged in battle and tested regularly in the ring. There will be at least one (1) tournament per year and weekly or monthly competitions held by club owners like you, sanctioned by Muaythai Ontario. Muaythai Ontario enables access to National and International Championships through direct affiliations with: the National Organization, Muaythai Canada (MTC), and the International Federation of Muaythai Amateur (IFMA).
What You Need to Complete the Registration Form
- The club’s address and contact information;
- A primary contact for the Club; and
- Payments will be made via PayPal.
*Please proceed with the application as normal. (Does not apply to Championship competition.)
2021-2022 Muaythai Ontario Memberships will be valid from the remainder of 2021 to the end of 2022.
Reopening During Ontario’s Emergency Orders for COVID-19
According to Ontario Regulation 82/20 (as of June 16th, 2020), facilities for indoor sports and recreational fitness activities may open if they are a member club of a provincial sport organization (such as Muaythai Ontario) recognized by the Ministry of Heritage, Sport, Tourism and Culture Industries. (Schedule 2, Section 13.5, under Sports and Fitness). You can read more about this here.