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Jing Ying Institute Summer Camp
Jing Ying Institute of Kung Fu & Tai Chi is pleased to announce our summer camps for 2012 in July and August.
The camps will run Monday through Friday and will include intensive practice in kung fu as well as a chance to try yoga, crafts, Lion Dance, music, tumbling, and group games such as tag, dodge ball and more. Kids from 6 to 11 will have fun while getting in great shape and learning new skills. Beginners with no experience in kung fu or martial arts will learn basic techniques and forms, while students with previous experience will have the opportunity to improve their skills. Tumbling will include basic balance skills such as headstands and handstands as well as working on rolls, cartwheels, headsprings, handsprings and flips.
Snacks will be provided, but participants should bring their own lunch - except on Friday when we will have a pizza party. The camp will run from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm each day. Slightly earlier drop offs can be arranged for an additional fee, and students who are enrolled in our Kung Fu Kids program can also stay to take a 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm class.
Session 1 is July 16-July 20
Session 2 is July 30-August 3
More About Jing Ying Institute
Jing Ying (meaning "best of the best") Institute opened in its present location in November of 2000. Hidden away in an old industrial complex, students will be surprised at how large and well equipped it is on the inside. With 4,000 square feet and 3 separate training areas, there is plenty of room to train. An assortment of heavy bags, pads and other equipment give students plenty of training options.
Specializing in the discipline of the Northern Shaolin Kung Fu system, they offer separate classes for beginner, intermediate and advanced level students. This assures your class time is used most effectively to cover skills appropriate for your level. The well structured and progressive curriculum helps beginners of any ability or fitness level improve and advance. The regular kung fu program includes classes 6 days a week. A beginner has over 12 classes a week they can attend and students can switch freely between the classes or attend as many as you like without additional cost. As you advance, you have even more classes to chose from. With more than 2 dozen classes offered per week, you can find a program or time that fits your schedule. There are also 4 sparring classes per week for adults and 1 for children. Discounts are offered for multiple members of the same family and advanced tuition payment.
Stop by their studio to observe or ask about their introductory class. Visit their website for more details about the curriculum and class schedule.
Other events here
- Self Defense for Women & Teen Girls Weekly on Thursdays, 7:00 pm–8:00 pm