Vince, Owner and Chief Instructor of One Strike combat

Vince cochlin

Owner and Chief Instructor of One Strike combat, born in London, England. He found his Martial Arts roots in tradional Goju Ryu Karate, reaching 3rd Dan / degree Black Belt, before moving to South East Asia where he studied Muay Thai and Kickboxing.

He has been actively involved in Martial Arts for over three decades. Vince has a wealth of knowledge and extensive experience in all aspects of Martial Arts, including, fitness training, technical applications, specific fitness and conditioning.

He is a generous outgoing and knowledgeable instructor of high caliber, who teaches from his heart with passion.

Roy Bennett

Roy Bennett

Roy is an amateur boxer and traditional martial artist from London, England. Actively competitive on the boxing and martial arts circuits in England and Asia for over two decades, Roy brings with him a wealth of experience in training, competition strategies, technique applications and teaching his unique take on the fighting arts. 

Boxing! Is a thinking man's sport. The importance of the fundamental skills cannot be overstated. The secret is in the details. With a strong foundation, effective progress can be assured.

Whether you are training to become a competitive fighter or for general fitness, Roy has the experience, knowledge and methods to help you to attain your personal goals.


Matt Boylin

After working in numerous countries across the globe, Matt decided to leave the fast paced office life in order to focus on his love of yoga. Matt explored many different styles of physical practice in the USA and Asia, and due to his love of martial arts in his younger years Matt found his passion for a more energetic flow based practice. With the exciting opportunity to train in Hong Kong, he decided to study as a teacher in the Baptiste Power Vinyasa (BPV) inspired style at Pure International.

BPV yoga is a type of hot power yoga created by Baron Baptiste, which focuses on asana (poses), meditation, and self-inquiry, and is intended to be adaptable to any level of physical ability. Matt firmly believes that this is a very important aspect for any practice, as no two people are identical; therefore all expressions of the same pose differ.

BPV focuses specifically on five main pillars during practice: breath (Pranayama), heat, flow, gaze (Drishti), and core stabilization. Matt also believes that the combination of these five elements give a balanced and challenging practice by: slowing down the breath, making it deep and powerful during challenging poses; quickly building internal heat in the body; linking movement to breath; creating greater stability by bringing focus inward; and providing support by engaging the core for greater balance and strength.

Matt’s teaching style brings this together with warmth and progressive instruction throughout his sessions, offering a platform to create or continuously develop your practice, regardless of ability.