Something to Shout About! Rising Tide

The wonderful , super duper membership master Al has recently opened an MMA (Mixed Martial Arts) club in Peckham Rye called Rising Tide, and would love to see some of your friendly faces dowj there if you have an interest in the arts.

With over 11 years Martial Arts experience & once a contender for the English Welterweight title, Al has fought on some of the UK's leading Martial Arts promotions.

His classes are designed to cultivate confidence in our capital & broaden the skill-sets of anyone that fancies giving it a go - from complete beginner to experienced Martial Artist.

Apart from being a lot of fun and a great way to learn self-defense, the classes are great for fitness, strength/conditioning, and gaining a legitimate understanding of multi-disciplined combat.  

The classes will draw assets from Boxing / Kickboxing / Muay Thai / Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu / Olympic-style wrestling, and will be delivered on a rolling syllabus to cater for people of all levels & backgrounds.

Rising Tide club is sanctioned by the BMABA (British Martial Arts & Boxing Association), and all instructors hold a black belt (where applicable) / equivalent or above, as well as years of active experience competing at a high level.

Classes are on Wednesdays 7.30 - 8.30pm, First session is FREE (£7 after), pay as you go!

For any further info please see the flyer or drop him a mail via,

Please give him a follow them on social media too :

Twitter: @TideMMA
Insta:     @risingtidemma
FB:         @RisingTideMMA

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