MartialCamp 2011 - Registration Closed
What: An interactive meetup for traditional martial arts
When: October 8th, 2011, 10am - 1pm
Where: MuayFit Studios, Jalan 20/7 Petaling Jaya
Admission: Free for registered guest
[REGISTRATION FOR MARTIALCAMP2 CLOSED, THIS REGISTRATION FOR MARTIALCAMP3 ONLY.]
Fill in this section, click [Submit] and you are registered!
Your ticket with be SMSed to this number.
FIll in this section to help the organizers better plan and arrange this event for you.
Are you a Martial Arts Festival Ticket Holder?
Ticket holders are entitled to attend MartialCamp 2011 upon registration.
Would you like to present?
Promote your school and share your knowledge.
Would you like to participate in hands-on knowledge exchange?
Very light, no-contact or controlled hands-on sparring with the objective of making friends and sharing knowledge.
Would you like to help in this event?
This is a community based, gotong-royong event. We will contact you for more information.
Sponsor (venue, lunch, goodie bag, advertising etc, estimated audience: 50-100 pax)
Supporter (highlight event in your blog / forum - you will credit you with a mention at our event webpage)
Volunteer (car-pooling, arrange chairs, tables etc)
A Bit More Optional Information...
What is your martial arts background?
This will help the organizers better understand audience preferences.
If you would like to present, what is your proposed topic?
Examples: Defences against takedowns; Long fists techniques in ring fighting; How to generate jing force. If your topic is interesting enough, you will get a speaking slot.
Alternatively, tell us one (and only one) Martial Arts question you wish answered.
Make your question as specific as possible eg. how can one defend against a Muay Thai kick to the thigh?
Safety and Responsibilty
This is a martial arts event. I am responsible for my own safety and the safety of the people I deal with during the event. This is a free community event. I shall attend with the spirit of learning, participating and contributing, not expecting to be served.
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