10th International Martial Arts Training Camp Beijing/China
Anniversary gathering of friends of traditional Chinese martial arts

The date of the camp and the schedule is NOT finaly fixed yet!
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Why to Attend?

“This camp was the best experience of my life. It gave me a whole new way of thinking about martial arts…”
-Geert  (Porto Camp 2011)

Come join us for a unique training and travel experience!


Taiji, Tongbei, Bagua, Xingyi and Shuai Jiao. All levels welcome! From beginner to expert…
Two weeks of intensive martial arts training in Beijing, China with some of the best traditional martial arts masters in the world. 10 days of training, 8 hours a day, 2 free days to explore BEIJING!


Train hard and then explore Beijing, the capital of China!
Get deep insights into Chinese culture.
Enjoy the many delicious varietys of chinese food!
Meet international friends of traditional Chinese Martial Arts.

Program Schedule
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07:30 QiGong

from 7:30 – 8:15 we start the day with Qi Gong.

08:30 Breakfast

8:30 – 9:30
buffet breakfast at hotel

10:00 Morning session

10:00 – 12:30
Morning Training. Usually we start the day with Tai Ji or Bagua.
More detailed informations will follow!

12:30 Lunch

12:30 -14:00
lunch at a restaurant by the  hotel

14:00 Afternoon session

14:00 – 16:30
We all start for the afternoon session.
Be prepared for some awesome Tongbei, Tang Lang, Shuai jiao or Xingyi
More detailed informations will follow!

17:00 Weapon session

17.00 – 18:00
we start working on tradional chinese weapons.
This could be saber, sword, double-hand sword, Miao Dao, short stick, long pole or spear.
More detailed informations will follow!

18:00 Individual training

18:00 – 18:45
free individual practice (masters will supervise and be available for questions)
also there will be a stretching class to cool down after a hard training day.
More detailed informations will follow!

Teachers Lineup
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Zhang Xin Bin

Beijing (Tong Bei, Qi Gong, Meditation)

Master Zhang was born in Beijing in the year 1954. In his late teens, he became a student ...
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Sun Ruxian laoshi

Sun Ruxian

Beijing (Bagua, Taiji, Hsing Yi, Liu He Tang Lang)

Master Sun Ruxian has dedicated his life to the pursuit of Chinese martial arts ...
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Li Jiang Long laoshi

Li JianLong

Fuzhou (Taiji, Liu He Men, Six Harmony Kung Fu)

Master Li Jian Long is a former member and coach of the Fujian Wushu Team.
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Yu ShaoYi

Beijing (Shuai Jiao, Hsing Yi, Tong Bei, San Da)

Master Yu Shaoyi, one highest ranking masters of Chinese judo (known as "shuaijiao"), is ...
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