Required Gear For Classes Dec 4 - Dec 10
Upon entering the school, you will check in with our team members behind the front desk. You will tell them your first and last name, and how many classes you will be taking.
This check-in process is crucial to track your progress. You need to ensure you are marked as “attended” when taking a class, as your attendance contributes to your rank advancement.
If for whatever reason you are going to miss class, please text us at 609-919-1979 or email us at [email protected]
Please call if you are going to be late for class. If you are going to be more than 5 minutes late you will not be permitted on the mat. And if you are late, please wait on the side of the mat for the instructor to give you instructions.
Due to differences in class capacity and enrollment, please contact us at [email protected] to learn how to best makeup classes.
Yes, you should email or text if you need to miss a class so that your instructor is notified in advance that you won’t be attending your class.
The best way to increase/decrease your training frequency is to speak directly with your instructor since they will be able to determine the optimum training schedule for your goals and experience level.
In the event of a school closing due to weather or another emergency, we will make the announcement through email, text and social media. Please do not reach out to the school asking if we are open. You will always hear from us if we are closing.
If you would like to change your class schedule either temporarily or permanently, please contact us at [email protected]
Use the following link to print out a Personal Information Update form. After completing the form, mail it to the address provided or submit it to the front desk. Please make sure to sign the form.
You may freeze your program for reasons such as vacation, injury, illness and pregnancy.
Keep in mind the following requirements when requesting a program freeze:
In order to request cancellation of your membership, you need to speak directly with the school in which you enrolled. You may cancel your membership under the following circumstances:
**Note: Cancellation requests eligible for refunds are calculated as of the date the request is received along with all appropriate supporting documentation.
Always shower before class.
Always wear a clean uniform and wash in hot water after each use. Never re-wear any training clothes.
Keep finger and toe nails trimmed.
Do not wear jewelry during class.
Being a Tiger Schulmann’s instructor is highly rewarding. Every day you serve as a source of motivation and inspiration to students, by doing what you love. Some of the many benefits you will experience include:
Never The Same Day Twice. Teaching at Tiger Schulmann’s is never boring. Working with varied groups of students and staff brings new challenges, opportunities, and experiences every single day.
Contact your instructor for more details.
Click the button below to browse the belt rank directory
Importance of the Belt Ranking System
Engaging in Martial Arts is a combination of determination, perseverance and commitment. Your level of achievement is referred to as your rank. The rank you have earned is indicated by the color of your belt. The color of the belt you wear with each advancement has special meaning and signifies your experience and progression.
When our founder, Daniel Schulmann was just a young boy, his oldest brother was brutally bullied. This left Danny with a fearful lack of confidence and a feeling of insecurity. It was at this time his father, David Schulmann made a conscious decision that his children would never be victimized by anyone ever again.
He enrolled Danny in martial arts and it did not take long for his instructor, Shigeru Oyama, to realize he had a real prodigy on his hands. When Oyama realized Danny was born in the year of the Tiger and with the boy’s unmatched speed, strength and fearlessness, Danny would forever be referred to as “Tiger” Schulmann. At the age of twelve, Tiger achieved the high honor of black belt.
He began competing in full contact, bare-knuckle knockdown tournaments. In 1979, at the age of seventeen, his instructor informed him that Tiger would be representing the United States in the 2nd World Open Championships in Tokyo, Japan. He then went on to become the North American Full Contact Champion which he would successfully defend for a staggering six years in a row until his retirement from competition.
That same year, Tiger Schulmann’s Martial Arts was born.
Anthony Billings began his martial arts training at our Colmar, PA school at age 12 in search of self-confidence, discipline, and self-defense skills. Sensei Michael Marchand took him under his wing, and a year later Billings began working as his apprentice, mentoring young students. From the beginning, he says, “I loved seeing my students grow and the surprise and delight parents show when they see how seriously their child takes training.” Today, he brings nearly two decades of teaching experience to his role as Princeton’s Head Instructor, working alongside his wife and fellow instructor, Danielle Billings.
As a mentor to kids and teens, Billings combines real training with real talk. “We explore the qualities of a good leader and leadership styles. I really enjoy conversations that help my students figure out exactly who and what they want to be in the world.”
For adults, Billings strives to “build a relationship with each member, and really earn their trust.” Our kickboxing classes, he says, are “just full of positive energy. Members train hard, have fun, and kick their own butts. But we also make time to reflect, set goals and self-evaluate. We’re all working towards being the people we want to be.”
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