How will your child spend their summer?
Are you looking for summer activities and childcare? Want the kids to stay active and engaged over their vacation? Easton Training Center will have three week-long summer camp sessions at both the Boulder and Denver locations and two week-long sessions in Centennial. Kids will spend the week learning valuable physical skills alongside lessons about the fundamental martial values of discipline, respect, and leadership.
Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Muay Thai, and Fitness
Campers will learn the basics of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and Muay Thai, as well as a variety of fundamental fitness concepts and skills that they can carry with them throughout their lives. Our staff of dedicated, energetic instructors will introduce the techniques in blocks throughout the camp day, interspersed with games and activities.
- Cost: $175
- Both sessions run Monday – Friday
- Drop off time is 8:30 am
- Lunch is from 12:00 – 12:30, please provide your child with a lunch
- We will provide snacks throughout the day
- Get a free shirt!
Focus: Jiu Jitsu, Muay Thai, and Fitness Skills
More Details: Each day there will be technique sections for Jiu Jitsu, Muay Thai, and Fitness. Camp t-shirt and snacks included, please pack a lunch, and have your child wear their camp shirt every day.
- 3 training session per day
- Strength and conditioning for kids
- Off the mat games and learning
- Video analysis to see your improvement and show off to your friends!
Early Bird (Before June 1st)
- One Week: $150
- Both Weeks: $275
- One Week: $175
- Both Weeks: $300
Focus: Jiu Jitsu
More Details: Three training sessions per day, with technique and live training. We’ll also have age appropriate strength and conditioning work, and a basic introduction to Portuguese language. Each student will have a video evaluation to measure improvement over the course of the week. Please bring lunch.
June 13 – 17
8:00 – 4:00
Early Bird (Before May 15)
- One Week: $200
- Both Weeks: $375
Focus: Jiu Jitsu
More Details: Three training sessions per day, with technique and live training. Strength and conditioning and proper nutrition will be addressed. We’ll discuss the history of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, and have a basic introduction to Portuguese language. Please bring lunch, kimonos, and no-gi training clothes.