Welcome to Ashley Cupitt Boxing Academy website (formally Yungaburra Boxing Gym & Atherton Boxing Club). We’re old school trainers who train people of all abilities, ages (5-90yo), genders and races through traditional Boxing training (skipping, fitness circuits and technique). No air conditioning or weights machines will get your body to do what it does naturally- sweat!
We’ve reopened at the Atherton State High School on Maunds Road, Atherton, in the old gym B Block.
Costs as at 2018:
$30 a year Membership Fee (this helps pay for insurance, rent, equipment replacement and Admin costs)
$2 per class
Teenagers 15+yo and Adults
$70 a year Membership Fee (this helps pay for insurance, rent, equipment replacement and Admin costs)
$5 per class
$20 per class for casuals (no membership, still have to fill in forms)
Discounts (Per class is same price as normal)
$110 Two Person Membership Fee
You and a friend or partner. (normally $140)
$200 Yearly Family Membership Fee
2 Adults & 3 Children (normally $230)
Additional Children +$25 each
Pre-Paid Class Card for Members – which allows you to purchase 20 classes in advance!
Membership + 20 Class Card
$65 Child (worth $70)
$160 Teenager/Adult (worth $170)
Membership is January to December each year. Same as registration with Boxing League for Boxers.
No lock in contract. We try to keep class prices as low as possible and cover our insurance, administration, rent, equipment and club registration fees. Hand wraps, club shirts, singlets, etc are optional to purchase.
For many years Ashley has said that he would love to create an Academy that encompassed a few fight disciplines along with some of his ex-Boxers that went on to other sports and became Trainers in those disciplines.
Ashley told Louise of his dream and she expanded it to include a Rehabilitation Centre for Brain Injuries, Sports Injuries and Veterans with the potential for 50-100 Staff.
Helping people is something that both Ashley and Louise are passionate about. Through life they both have experienced Traumatic Brain Injuries and Sporting Injuries. Louise is currently a Peer Leader for her local brain injury group STEPS Program, which is part of Qld Health’s Acquired Brain Injury Outreach Service (ABIOS).
If you or someone you know would like to help us achieve this dream, please contact Ashley or Louise on 0444 550 072.