Award-Winning One Martial Arts Day Camp Announces 2011 Summer Program

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One Martial Arts Karate Day Camp announces 2011 Summer Camp program for San Francisco youths, emphasizing life skills and personal development in a camp environment. For seven consecutive years, the One Martial Arts Karate Day Camp has earned the Bay Area Parent Magazine Family Favorite and Parents Connect Parents Picks Award as the best martial arts day camp.

One Martial Arts Karate Day Camp includes: martial arts, arts & crafts, physical activities and learning life skills.

“Martial arts are as much mental as they are physical. Learning focus and how to be centered is the core of personal development, which can be much more powerful than physical strength.”

One Martial Arts Summer Day Camp in San Francisco continues its award-winning tradition. For seven years running, they’ve been serving San Francisco Families, and offering inner city children a rich experience beyond the schoolyard boundaries.

In addition to the traditional activities that kids look forward to each summer at camps, the staff at One Martial Arts believes in helping children to live their best lives. This is facilitated in an environment that promotes safety, learning and fun.

One Martial Arts Summer Day Camp philosophy is that life skills and character development are important and go hand-in-hand with activities such as arts and crafts; dodge ball; reading time; Ipad lab and field trips.

“We believe in sharing and teaching our campers to live their best life, through the values that seem to have disappeared from daily life in this modern world.” Says Professor Brannon Beliso, “Helping kids create awareness and learning life skills such as focus, confidence, self-discipline, respect, teamwork and family are what make our camp special.” A couple of important programs featured include Bully Prevention, Stranger Awareness and Child Safety.

“Martial arts are as much mental as they are physical. Learning focus and how to be centered is the core of personal development, which can be much more powerful than physical strength.” Professor Beliso elaborated.

One Martial Arts is also very friendly for working parents opening its doors at 7:30am and allowing pick up until 6pm with no additional fees.

“We know parent’s lives can be hectic and we want to ensure that we make it a fun and safe place where they know their children will be learning and interacting with other children.”

Making reservations early is highly recommended due to the popularity and OMA offers discounts for multiple children and multi-week sign-ups.

Professor Beliso reflects, “Having grown up in San Francisco I understand how it is for a child in The City. Engaging children physically and mentally in a positive environment will create valuable life experiences and memories close to home.”

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