We Can Accomodate Your Schedule!  When Can You Come?

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We designed a schedule with the work schedule in mind.  Every work schedule. Every school schedule. Every extra curricular schedule. 

  1. Can't drive to the gym?  In addition to live classes, we have an international class setting via zoom.  In two of our classes, we offer a bilingual environment where our students learn their kata in Spanish, a language foreign to them, from a native Spanish speaker in Guatemala City, Guatemala.  

  2. But I don't live in Brainerd?  We offer classes in Brainerd, Little Falls, Crosby, and Guatemala City. Many of our students simply come virtually in addition to live because going to class with people from outside the US is a great way to learn about other cultures. 

  3. But I want to go outside in the sunshine!  We offer classes--called Dojo in the Park--in Little Falls (Belle Prairie), Brainerd (Gregory Park), and Crosby (just outside of the Hallett Community Center). 

  4. But it's raining...? We offer a 2700 square foot facility in Brainerd.  A large gym in St. Frances Music Education Center in Little Falls was kindly made available to us.  In Crosby, we practice every Tuesday and Thursday at the Hallett Community Center. 

  5. I need to wait to get in shape before starting a self defense or workout program. If you were already in shape and a ninja before you hung out with us, you don't need us. You would already be a black belt living a Chris Hemsworth life on the set of the next Black Panther marvel movie.  (However, if you are presently a ninja, we would totally love to have you for our competition team.)

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Summer Camp, Child Care Needs?  We Have the Best One in Town!

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Day camp registrafion is now being taken!

https://form.jotform.com/220684933760158

 

After we receive your registration form, we will call you and ask what days, weeks, or months you had hoped to get and if you will be coming just in the AM or PM.

 

Please call 218 513 5816 ahead for a firm quote up front.

You can find my form "Summer Camp Enrollment Form" at: https://form.jotform.com/220684933760158

7:45 AM doors open

Kids arriving go to their stations that they worked on the day before and can use their punch cards to get breakfast from the kitchen as they like (Victoria Stumbo owns her own business and is catering)

8:15 Camp

meeting as a group to discuss projects. We will also have 1 lesson on things like what “doing what is right” or “staying the course” or “don’t quit” looks like among many others (these are examples

8:40 break into groups with no more than an 8:1 instructor ratio. Students choose their passion—newspaper writing, mechanics, art, and more. We have our camp counselors already selected and all receive background checks.

8:45-10:15 Group Work

10:15-10:30 Snack/Clean Up

10:40-noon Group Project Choice #2

Noon Clean up/wash hands

12:15 walk to the open soccer field as a group to eat lunch, play games. If rain, we will use covered outdoor picnic tables

1:15 PART TIME students picked up; FT students go on to part 2; GROUP together again for ENDING REMARKS for the day (camp instructors reset school area for next day)

1:30 SO YOU WANT TO BE a Karate World Champion? Opening afternoon remarks

1:40 Break into one of 4 stations for 35 minutes before rotating to next station.

3:45 Class starts; summer camp goes to covered area outside for closing drills or to second mat

4:00 PM karate class begins as normal; karate school students unaffected by summer camp.

*those camp students who need to stay longer can, but must join a karate belting program to attend the

5 PM-6 PM belting program. Summer camp is not a belting program—it is what I always wanted, a solid competition team practice dedicated to getting ready for fall tournaments.

Afternoon Curriculum includes tumbling, traditional forms, creative open hand, extreme weapons, point fighting stations — again, groups divided by age and skill level

Your questions:

a) no minimum attendance requirement; the price is less the more days you sign up to attend. We take full day and 1/2 day. We also discount pricing based on a daily, weekly, monthly basis.

b) we will cap at 40 total students to maintain a less than 8:1 instructor ratio. 5 areas with 8 students each and 1 instructor.