Pahuyuth is ancient fighting knowledge. The roots of this mysterious martial art reach back over 4500 years into the past, making it one of the most ancient fighting systems of the world.
Pahuyuth was originally developed to enable a life in peace and freedom, but was then deployed in countless wars and conflicts in Southeast Asia.
Pahuyuth was the feared fighting method of paramilitary free warriors who had refined this knowledge from generation to generation and combined it with other areas of knowledge, such as Saiyasart (the knowledge of the void) and the traditional knowledge of healing.
The Pahuyuth warriors always maintained their independence and their free will. This made them powerful allies in times of war while it drew persecution during times of peace.
From these circumstances arose a secret alliance that was spread across all of Southeast Asia and which withdrew more and more from the public eye. The knowledge of the ancient warriors was almost entirely forgotten and is now handed down to those who require it to live a life in peace and freedom by a mere handful of persons.
In order to preserve this unique body of knowledge and the cultural inheritance of the ancient warriors for future generations the Pahuyuth School was founded in 1975, originally as the Muai Thai Studio. The purpose of the school is the preservation and maintenance of the traditional knowledge by education and teaching.
The Pahuyuth School in Berlin is the only place in the world where the knowledge of Pahuyuth is taught and practiced in its full extent.