Phone: Cherry Hill
Rental facility available. Both facilities are fully air-conditioned, has both men's and women's locker rooms, shower rooms, and a lounge.
Fencing Academy of South Jersey,
Cherry Hill has 6500 sq. ft. modern location contains 10 Olympic-size strips.
2060 Springdale Road Cherry Hill
Mr. Ma Fencing, U.S.A., Hillsborough has 5000 sq. ft. modern location contains 10 Olympic-size strips
2 ilene Court Building 1
Units 11,12 & 14
Fencing Academy of South Jersey
Since 1994 Andy Y. Ma has been the President and Head Coach at FASJ. A member of China's 1988 Olympic team. He is the fencing Head Coach at University of Pennsylvania. He previously coached fencing at the and at Beijing University of Physical Education in China. While in Beijing he developed China's Junior National Saber Champion, who participated in the Summer Olympics in Barcelona. He has a Master's degree in Sport Psychology from Ohio State University.He produced seven U.S. World championship team members with one world champion and four U.S. National champions from FASJ. Mr. Ma was selected Development coach of the year in 2005. and also is President of the USFA South Jersey Division.
Besides coaching fencing, Mr. Ma also teaches tai chi and Ping Pong. He teaches both Yang and Chen styles, and hand, sword, and fan forms.
- 1991-94 - Coach at Beijing Team, Beijing, China
- 1994-08 - Head Coach at Beijing Team, Beijing, China
- 2008-09 - Coach for Myanmar National Team
- 2009-12 - Coach for Philippines National Team
Major Fencing Results:
- The second place in Women Sabre Team in 2008 Beijing Olympic Games.
- The first place in Men Sabre in XXVI Southeast Asia Games.
- The first place (Yi Hong) in Women Sabre in 2008 Asia Championship.
- The first place in Men Sabre Team in 2008 Asia Championship.
- The first place (Zhong Man) in Men Sabre in 2004 Asia Championship.
- The first place in Men Sabre Team in 2008 China National Championship.
- Sports Academy - Belgrade, Serbia, degree in Fencing
- 1994-97 - Coach at Zeleznicar, Belgrade, Yugoslavia
- 1997-05 - Coach at Red Star, Belgrade, Serbia
- 2005-06 - Head Coach at Royal Fencing Club, Pancevo, Serbia
- 2006-07 - Head Coach at BMK Fencing Club, Belgrade, Serbia
- 2007 - Serbian National Coach for Sabre
- 2007-present - Coach and Manager at Fencing Academy of South Jersey
- 2008-present - Varsity Coach at Moorestown Friends School
Major Fencing Results:
- 2007 - National Champion of Serbia, Sabre, Seniors
- 2001,03,04 - National Champion of Serbia, Sabre, Senior Team
- 1997-2006 - member of Yugoslavian National Team, Seniors
- 2007-present - member of Serbian National Team, Seniors
Fenced Nationally 1996-Present
7-time National Medalist
Bronze Medalist Club National Championships 2008
Division 1 Rutgers Men's Fencing Varsity Member
Rutgers Team/Squad Captain 2009
2-time NCAA regional qualifier
1970. Master of Sport of the USSR for fencing
2005. Merited Coach of Ukraine for fencing
1991. - 2005. Coach of the National Saber Team of Ukraine
1993. - 2005. Head Saber Coach of the Specialized Fencing School of the Olympic Reserve of Ukraine
1976. - 2005. Head Coach of the Saber Team of the Kharkov Region
1991. - 1993. Head coach of the Karasin's Kharkov University Fencing Team
2006. - 2010. Coach at BCFA, Houston, TX.
2000. - 2009. International Fencing Referee (FIE)
Master's Degree in Physical Education (BA in Phisical Education of G.S. Srovoroda Kharkov Pedagogical Institute) Advance Courses in Fencing Coaching, the Lenin Moscow Central Institute of Physical Education
Vasyl Kalynskiy, Christofer Ahn, Joseph Wysocki, Carolina Vloka, Aleksandr Ochocki,
Monica Aksamit, Martyna Wieczorek, Daniel Bak, Adrien Bak
Mickey came in the USA in 2008 and started coaching at NJFA in Maplewood, NJ. He developed great youth (foil and epee) and cadet-junior epee program. In January, 2011 he became an assistant coach at University of Pennsylvania. His student was a National Champion in the season 2010/2011 in junior men’s epee. Also, one of his students took silver medal at the NCAA Championship 2012 in women’s foil. Mickey is one of the few coaches in the world who has achieved excellence in the world of wheelchair fencing. He developed first wheelchair fencing program at the East coast. His students won first national medals at NAC in Pittsburgh (2009) after six months of training. His student Tariq Al-Qallaf from Kuwait is a top internationally ranked wheelchair fencer, winner of the many World Cups and World wheelchair Champion in epee. Tariq also won 11 gold medals at North American Cups in last three years.
a) Master of sociology (social worker)- Cracow Jagiellonian University
b) International Advanced Educational Course for Fencing Coaches conducted over Ph. D Zbigniew Czajkowski
2)Time of professional experiences in Coaching: 16 years
a) 10 years in Cracov Fencing Club
b) 3 years courses for students in Cracow
c) 2 years work in The USA-"Bayou Fencing Academy"- Houston, Texas
a) Master of Poland Juniors in Epee 1989
b) 15 position on the ranking of polish epee seniors 1992
c) Final positions in Local Texas competitions in Epee-2004
d) Final positions in Local NJ competitions in Epee-2005, 2006
4) Science articles: Articles in polish"Sport wyczynowy"
"Professional role of coach"
"Social motives of choosing the work of a fencing master"
"Authority of a coach of sport"
"Reasons of conflict between pupil and coach" .
USFA nationally ranked Foil Fencer
2009 Philadelpia Foil Gala Finalist
15 years competitive foil expirience
1997 - 1998. Asst. Coach Fencing - Lawrenceville School
1999 - 2000. Head Coach Fencing - Lawrenceville School
Li Fu Xu
1995 - Second National Youth Tai Chi, Wushu competition, 1st place, Tai Chi
1999 - National Competition of Tai Chi, 1st place
2000 - 6th Cadet National Wushu competition, 1st place
2001 - National Junior Wushu Championships, 1st place
2005 - 12th National Tai Chi, Wushu Championship Games, in Tai Chi, martial arts group, 1st place
2006 - Wushu Tournament in South Korea won Superior Awards
2006 - 8th National Games Wushu competition, Tai Chi, 1st place
2006 - 13th session of the National Tai Chi, Wushu Championship Games, 3rd place in the group of martial arts and Tai Chi sword
2007 - 14th session of the National Tai Chi, Wushu Championship Games, 1st place in the Tai Chi and martial arts group
2008 - 10th Asian Wushu Championship, 1st place in Tai Chi, Yang Long forms
2008 - National Wushu Championships,1st place in Senior Division in China
2008 - National Television Grand prize contest, 1st place in Tai Chi professional group
International Gold Award:
2008 - 29th session of the International Council of the World drams was awarded Gold Medal in the group of performing
Pushing Hands on practicing Tai Chi routines
Student: Li Rui in 2007, in the National Wushu Competition was winning the first place juvenile group.
1979�1985 after graduation, he remained at Shenyang Beijing Opera and teach Wu Shu & Tai Chi.
He has won many international and National awards in Chinese Martial Arts.
2007 International Wu Shu festival first place
1996 International IATA festival first place
1997 Eighth Game of P .R. China , First place in Tai Chi, Chen 36 forms
1997 P. R. China National Championships, Second Place in Tai Chi Yang 24 forms.
1995 P. R. China National Wu shu Championships, First Place , Tai Chi Yang 42 forms.
1995 Top ten Chinese Martial Art Coaches award.
1996 P. R. China National Wu shu Championships. Second Place .
1. Co-author of the book �Tai Chi Sward for competition�
2. Published two articles in the book of �Century Brightness�
a. Technique style of different Wu Shu.
b. How to develop new Wu Shu technigue.
Frank Orland M.D Has been doing Tai Chi for about 10years, yoga for 20 years, and is an Emeritus Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Drexel School of Medicine in Philadelphia.