1. Wushu Day Camp A day camp for new practitioners and/or beginners where they will be introduced to the basic fundamentals of Wushu, to better understand and appreciate the cultural art and sport. During the 2 full days, besides improving their strength, flexibility and coordination, participants will also learn about martial morality, the guiding principles behind Wushu. Venue MHQ Date Session A: 30 – 31 May 2016 Session B: 2 – 3 June 2016 Time 9:00am – 6:00pm Price Star Card Member: $198.00 (1 session) Non-Star Card Member: $220.00 (1 session) 2. Intensive Training The Intensive Training is specially catered to Wushu athletes who are preparing for competitions at both national and international levels to improve their technical knowledge and skills. Venue MHQ Date Changquan: 6, 8, 10, 14 & 16 June 2016 Nanquan & Taijiquan: 7, 9, 13, 15, 17 June 2016 Time AM Session: 9:00am – 12:00pm PM Session: 1:00pm – 4:00pm Price Star Card Member: $360.00 (2 sessions) / $198.00 (1 session) Non-Star Card Member: $400.00 (2 sessions) / $220.00 (1 session) If you have any queries about our holiday programmes, feel free to contact Timothy via email at [email protected]
On 29 December 2015, Martial House coaches and teachers of Hong Wen School Wushu team conducted a Wushu Cultural Camp for the students! The objective of the camp was to inculcate martial morality and values to the students as well as to deepen their knowledge and interest for Wushu. The full-day camp covered a wide range of activities from interactive presentations to intensive trainings, whereby team work and active communication were emphasised. It was indeed encouraging to see the senior students helping their younger juniors to learn and improve during the various activities. Martial House would like to thank the teachers and students from Hong Wen School for their active participation and support, which were key elements that contributed to the success of the fruitful Wushu Cultural Camp!
On 24 December 2015, the last session of the Wushu Day Camp has successfully concluded! This also marks the end of the Year-End Programmes by Martial House for 2015! More than a hundred students have participated in one or more of the camp series organised by Martial House. Besides learning more about Wushu through fun and interactive activities, students have built individual character, confidence and skills too! Martial House would like thank all participants and their parents for trusting and choosing Martial House to be part of your December Holiday! Do look forward to the upcoming Martial House events in 2016!
Today, the Intensive Training Week series under the Martial House Year-End Programmes has successfully concluded. During the 5 days of intense training (or 10 for some), under the guidance of the Martial House coaches, students have worked hard to improve their foundation to better execute their routines with precision and confidence. Coincidentally, the birthdays of Martial House Coaches Leo Rui Yan and Timothy Chan fall within the training week. The Martial House team took the effort to plan two separate surprises for both coaches on two separate occasions! Hence, students got to enjoy yummy cakes as an incentive after training for 2 days! Martial House would like to thank all the students and coaches for the hard work! Rest well enjoy the upcoming long weekends!
Today marks the end of the Martial House Wushu Day Camp Session B! The 3-day camp provided new students and beginners with the platform to better understand and appreciate Wushu as a cultural art and sport through a wide range of fun and interactive activities. The camp was dynamic as students from different training locations across Singapore gathered together to learn from and with each other. The friendship forged during the three days was so strong that some students cried as they left. The camp would not be possible without the selfless dedication from the organizing team including Martial House Coaches Seow Wei Kai, Jeremy Tan and Jessen Tan. Let’s see what some of the parents have to say about the camp:
“Kenchi enjoyed himself very much. He had learnt new things n made new friends.”
“Thank you Coach Wei Kai, you have made the camp a fun & interesting for all!”
“I believe the kids had fun and learnt many new stuff. Irvin can’t stop sharing all the stuff he had learnt.”
Martial House would like to thank the students for their active participation throughout the camp and their parents for their endless support. Do look forward to more events and activities with Martial House!
The 2nd edition of the Martial House APEX Camp has come to an end! Through the 4-day camp, campers participated in a wide range of fun and interactive activities to acquire Wushu knowledge and to hone their leadership and communication skills. One of the highlights during the camp was the 7km trekking experience at the Central Catchment Nature Reserve (MacRitchie) – TreeTop Walk. It was definitely a challenging task for the young campers but they managed to persevere and motivate each other to complete the trail! Pek Yu Hao, the youngest camper recalled, “The walk was tiring but we completed (the trail) as a team! The view from bridge was so nice! We don’t get to see this everyday!” After last year’s APEX Camp, many students feedback and suggested to include a night walk activity for the next camp. Hence, during the planning of the camp, the organizing team took the suggestion into consideration and eventually, made Confidence Night Walk into a reality! Upon the completion of the night walk, camper Tristan Yeo said, “It was scary to walk in the dark especially when a frog suddenly jumped out in the forest! Thankfully, my buddy was there to accompany me. It was a fun experience though!” During the last night on 11 December 2015, parents were invited to attend the Finale Night. Certificates were presented to campers for their active participation throughout the camp. Three campers were also presented with special awards. They are: 1. Outstanding Buddy Award – Isaac Ang 2. Outstanding Leader Award – Tristan Yeo 3. Outstanding Camper Award – Brayden Lew Martial House would like to thank the campers for your active participation and to parents for entrusting your children to the Martial House team. Not forgetting the coaches and helpers, Martial House would like to thank you for your selfless efforts and utmost dedication to make APEX Camp 2015 a success. Below is a short video montage of the camp and hope to see you again next year in APEX Camp 2016! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bLe-kGIfcH0&feature=youtu.be
After three full days, Session A of the Martial House Wushu Day Camp has finally come to an end! During the camp, participants were introduced to the basic fundamentals of Wushu, which helped them better understand and appreciate the cultural art and sport. Besides improving their strength, flexibility and coordination, participants will also learn about martial morality, the guiding principles behind Wushu. Martial House and the camp organising team would like to thank the participants for their active participation and do look forward to more upcoming activities! Vacancies for Session C (22 – 24 December 2015) are still available (but limited). To find out more about the camp, send your queries via email to [email protected] now!
December Holiday is here! Looking for some fun and enriching activities? Join the Martial House Year-End Holiday Programmes! Objectives: a. To provide a fun and interactive environment where Wushu is emphasised. b. To instill lifelong values of sportsmanship and teamwork through group activities. c. To build individual character, confidence and skills through intensive trainings. d. To provide an enriching yet unforgettable December Holiday just for you! 1. Wushu Day Camp – 3 Days A day camp for new practitioners and/or beginners where they will be introduced to the basic fundamentals of Wushu, to better understand and appreciate the cultural art and sport. During the 3 days, besides improving their strength, flexibility and coordination, participants will also learn about martial morality, the guiding principles behind Wushu. To ensure every participant truly benefit from the camp, the intake for each session will be kept small and thus, vacancies are limited. So hurry and sign up now! Venue Martial House @ Katong (Studio) Date Session A: 1 – 3 December 2015 Session B: 15 – 17 December 2015 Session C: 22 – 24 December 2015 Time 8.30a.m. – 7.00p.m. 2. APEX Camp – 4 Days 4 Nights The first edition of APEX Camp was very well-received by the participants in 2014! Hence, by popular demand, APEX Camp is back for its second edition! With the commitment of helping every individual achieve their fullest potential in life through the Chinese art of Wushu, the Martial House team has prepared a series of fun and innovative activities that will help to inculcate the skills of independence, teamwork, social networking and moral values. These skills are crucial in exceling in the world of Wushu and also, in life! Also, seize the opportunity to interact with some of the prominent Martial House Stars as they share their experiences and success stories! Join the 4 day 4 night APEX Camp for a completely different experience and see yourself transform into an individual who is ready for success in the future! Date 8 – 11 December 2015 3. Intensive Training Week – 5 Days The Intensive Training Week is specially catered to Wushu athletes who are preparing for competitions at both national and international levels. Besides improving their technical skills, athletes will also be familiar with the newly implemented Wushu judging system during the National Wushu & Sanda Championships 2015. Venue Depot Heights Shopping Centre 108 Depot Road #03-02 Singapore 100108 Date Session A: 30 November – 4 December 2015 Session B: 14 – 18 December 2015 Time 3.00p.m. – 6.00p.m. For more information about the programmes, feel free to approach the Martial House coaches or send your queries via email to [email protected]
During the June holidays, Martial House Coaches, Wang Kai Ting & Leo Rui Yan (Reann), organized and conducted a 2-week intensive Wushu training camp at Choa Chu Kang Community Club. Throughout the 2 weeks, students have trained and worked hard to hone their Wushu skills under the guidance of the coaches. To recognize the effort of the students and coaches, parents have initiated a simple potluck party during the last day of the camp! Just look at the variety of food prepared by the parents! Don’t they look yummy? A big thank you to the parents for all the food and snacks! Though the camp has ended, it marks the beginning of new friendships and new possibilities! All the best to the students for their Wushu endeavor!