Camps

INCLUSIVE SUMMER CAMPS!  SOCIAL SKILLS!  KARATE!  FUN!

ALL CAMPS ARE MONDAY – FRIDAY

Designed and built for students of all abilities, One World Karate builds true inclusive experiences for the campers and facilitates a fun, social skills building environment.  Professionally designed and implemented camps focused on creating strong, positive experiences for all.

AS ALWAYS – the student to staff ratio will be kept to a maximum of 5:1 with a maximum number of students capped at 15.  All instructors are certified through Texas Adaptive Sports and Recreation for inclusive instruction, and camps are led by the owner and founder of One World Karate, Daniel Carroll.

LIMITED SCHOLARSHIPS are available. Reach out to us for more information.

DATES:

JULY 11-15 – THEME: Animal Style martial arts 9AM to Noon

Go ahead – say it, “KUNG FU PANDA!” Geared towards ages 5-12.

Focused on building social skills through group activities and training, each day the students will learn about a different style of martial arts based upon an animal.  THERE ARE 9 ANIMAL SYSTEMS IN OUR MARTIAL ART, AND WE WILL EXPLORE FIVE OF THEM.

We’ll talk about the animals, learn about their habitats, and environment, and the skills used to hunt and defend themselves. we’ll learn martial arts skill sets based off of the animals and play interactive social skills based games built around the theme.

Cost for this camp this year is $300 for the week and class size is limited to 15 students. Each student should bring a snack every day as we will supply water only.  Because of dietary restrictions, students are not allowed to share food.

JULY 25-29 – THEME: Martial Arts as ART For ages 8 and up, 9AM to 2PM

A collaborative camp with Shining Bear Art Studios of Colorado, we will take the performance art aspects of Martial Arts and combine them with modern fine art principles and techniques to create a truly unique and amazing camp!

Students will learn real martial arts techniques and use them to deliver paint to canvas in order to create abstract expressionist paintings of their body in motion. Students will learn how to use their bodies as the “brush” and why the process of creation of art is as important as the finished product!

We will build skills through cooperative activities and fun discussions, and community feedback, much like an acting or dance improv camp. All ages are invited and peer appropriate groups will work together.

Cost for this camp this year is $375 for the week and class size is limited to 15 students. Each student should bring a snack every day as we will supply water only.  Because of dietary restrictions, students are not allowed to share food.