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2012 New SCIC Wushu, Tai Chi Programs. Including 15 classes a week course, 21 classes a weeek courses, Arfternoon Elective Classes that allow you to learn new styles, forms and fighting techniques.



     
 
 
     
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(+86186) 1006 9300
  Kunming:  
(+86182) 0880 2137
martialarts@scicbeijing.com



Choose from two types of accommodation available at campus including single rooms and shared rooms.

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What is Chinese Martial Arts?

 


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Martial Arts Summer Camp in China 
(1 Month Training & Cultural Experiences in China )


Designed for-
Martial arts teachers or individuals worldwide who interested in coming to China for intensive martial arts study, training and cultural experiences

Aims to-Improve students' levels and knowledge of Chinese martial arts through intensive training and study

Training & Visiting Places:

1 week in Beijing Sport University, Beijing
1 week in Shaolin Temple, Henan
1 week in Chen Tai Chi Village, Henan
1 week in Wudang Mountain, Hebei

Camp Dates:

1st July -- 1st August 
15th July -- 15th August
1st August -- 1st September  

Camp Fees:

GBP ?2380 (UK Applicants)
EUR 2680 (EU Applicants)
USD $2980 (USA & other Applicants)
(please note the fees above do not include international flights and Chinese visa)

Camp Features

Training with top masters, teachers and professors in all types of Chinese martial arts
Visiting world famous historical & cultural attractions in China
Taking part in Chinese culture & arts workshops
Participating in local and social activities in Beijing


Camp in Brief

Study and train Chinese martial arts including Wushu, Qigong, Taiji quan (Taichi), Sanshou (Sanda), Traditional Kung Fu, Shaolin styles and Wudang styles in the land of their origins, under the guidance of famous Chinese masters both young and old. Our martial arts workshops encompass traditional and contemporary styles as well as external and internal forms (suitable for students of all levels).

The Summer Camp training sessions will take place at four well-known martial arts centres: Beijing Sport University, Shaolin Temple, Chen Tai Chi Village and Wudang Mountain. Students participating in the Summer Camp also have the chance to explore the Chinese landscape and its ancient culture with extension trips to the majestic Wudang Mountain or the legendary Terracotta Warriors. Students can see many of China's famous landmarks including Beijing's Forbidden City, the Great Wall and the Longmen Caves. Besides taking in the sights students can also learn new skills like Chinese calligraphy, paper cutting and TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) in specially arranged culture and arts workshops, and enjoy social activities such as a night at the Peking Opera, sampling tea in a Chinese teahouse, making Chinese dumplings and watching the world-famous Chinese acrobatics show.


Teachers & Instructors

The Wushu and Kung Fu masters and instructors selected by SCIC specialize in particular styles of martial arts. For more information about our teachers, please click here

Certificates of Study

All participants will be given a prestigious certificate for their Beijing Wushu training, Shaolin Kung Fu training, Tai Chi training in Chen Village in Henan and Wudang Kung Fu training at Wudang Mountain. 

Study & Training Materials

All textbooks, handouts, training uniforms, shoes and weapons for the program will be provided free of charge by SCIC Beijing.


1) Beijing
(Training & Activities)

The workshops are divided into four different groups: Wushu, Tai Chi, Chi Gong and San Shou. Each workshop focuses on improving students' levels through intensive basic training and learning of new competition forms. There are 5 days of training with 5 to 6 hours per day, the sessions taking place in the mornings or afternoons. As well as the training and workshops participants also have other activities arranged for them, including a Tai Chi Tennis workshop at the Temple of Heaven, visiting the professional Beijing Wushu Team and taking part in Tai Chi morning exercises in one of Beijing's many parks or at the Great Wall.

2) Shaolin Temple (Training & Activities)

Participants have the chance to study Shaolin Kung Fu with the renowned Kung Fu masters for a week at the temple. There are two groups to choose from, an External group which focuses on hard Kung Fu training, and an Internal group who will learn Buddhism Chi Gong and Meditation. In addition students can watch an amazing Shaolin Kung Fu performance.

3) Chen Village (Training & Activities)

Participants visit Chen Jia Gou (Chen village), where Tai Chi originated. Students have the chance to learn original Tai Chi here with famous masters, such as Chen-style Tai Chi forms and applications. Students also have the chance to enjoy local sightseeing and cultural activities.

4) Wudang Mountain (Training & Activities)

Students can have an intensive training experience with respected Taoist Kung Fu priests at the famous Wudang Mountain in Hubei Province. Wudang Mountain is where Taoism, traditional Chinese philosophy and religion all began. The Wudang mountain range is a stunning sight, each peak soaring above the surrounding patchwork of green rice paddies and scattered villages. Here students have the opportunity to learn Wudang Taiyi Sword, Wudang Bagua, Wudang Tai Chi and Wudang Kung Fu.


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