20th August – 25th August 2017
$1,000 per person (flights & accommodation must be arranged separately. Estimated cost ~$1,500)
No experience necessary, medium level of fitness required
In Tagalog (Filipino), Mandirigma means “Warrior.” During this camp, you’ll challenge your body like a true Warrior, prepare your mind to be a champion in life, and learn self-awareness techniques to nurture the soul.
The program is designed to take participants out of their comfort zone – pushing them in new and unexpected ways. The camp, which is located in a beautiful part of Thailand, will profoundly alter your perspective on day-to-day life.
Daily activities include Kali Sikaran martial arts, morning beach sessions, training in the spectacular Emerald Muay Thai Gym (in the jungle), physical and water conditioning, and self-awareness and personal leadership classes. The teachers are highly-skilled instructors Heikki Martikainen and Johan Skalberg.
Having completed the camp herself in 2016, Moira is keen to share this unique experience with other people. In the words of Moira: “I learned so much about myself, my fears, my joys and who I am.”
* All funds raised from this adventure go towards the Brain Tumour Immune Therapy Project *
Professor Moira Clay has been an intrepid Adventurer since 2012: climbing mountains, trekking in the East Kimberleys, skydiving and abseiling. In the process, she has raised close to $75,000 for childhood brain cancer research. Moira also coordinates the global collaboration process established during the 2013 Global Symposium on Childhood Brain Tumours. The Symposium, which was funded by The Adventurers, was instrumental in bringing together the world’s leading experts on Medulloblastoma to work collaboratively on a cure.