Sulsa Camp Has Come to Central Texas!
Sulsa Camp is a combat self-defense training camp that gives participants an unforgettable experience full of adventure. This three-day camp is run by an extraordinary team of master instructors who will teach you powerful self-defense and combat tactics. With their extensive teaching backgrounds, they are able to keep the camp fast-paced and challenging. The format includes seminars and training in empty-hand and weapons techniques, as well as night-time exercises designed to teach stealth and camouflage.
Spring 2020 Camp Announced!
April 24-26, 2020
On the Blanco River near Wimberley, TX
Get free meals package ($85 value) if you register before 1/31/2020!Get me registered!
The Spring 2020 camp will cover the following topics:
Bladed Weapons Training: We will cover self-defense with and against knives, as well as larger bladed weapons. Foundational training will teach you the fundamentals of moving with a blade and how to respond to attacks. At this level, you will be learning how to use your primitive, reflexive movements (like flinching) effectively. We will build on this foundation with more advanced concepts and scenarios. By the end of the weekend, you will be much more confident holding a bladed weapon and defending against knife attacks.
Open Hand Training: An essential part of self-defense is being able to protect yourself without a weapon. You will learn powerful striking to end a confrontation quickly. You will learn effective clinch (standing grappling) to better control stronger attackers and put them on the ground. And you will learn on-the-ground fighting. Violent confrontation often ends on the ground. What would you do if you if an attacker knocked you down? Learn to turn this vulnerability into an advantage!
Rope: Understanding environmental weapons is crucial to effective self-defense. By learning rope techniques, you will be able to protect yourself using a belt, extension cord or even a shoe lace!
Stealth/Camouflage: Sometimes, the best self-defense strategy is to hide! Learn how with fun nighttime games that will teach you how to hide and move silently!
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The instructors do an amazing job of meeting each person at their level. If you've never seen something before then you'll learn how to do it. If you've done it a thousand times before then you'll still learn how to improve it.
Sulsa camp was my first experience getting to train with so many diverse martial artists at once. It was a fantastic weekend and I took away so much from it, I already can’t wait for the next Sulsa Camp. My head was spinning by the second day with all of seminars but I definitely got some great information from each one. One of my favorite parts was the Night games we got to play–it’s like extreme hide-and-seek. But by far the best thing about Sulsa camp is getting to meet and train with people you would not normally get to work with, building friendships, and seeing familiar techniques in a new light because of it. I was worried that I wouldn’t be physically prepared for the challenges of camp, and while we were encouraged to push ourselves hard, we were not forced to do anything outside of what we could handle. While I was terribly exhausted at the end of each day, I was excited for the next morning. And like I said, I already can’t wait for the next camp.
My first Sulsa Camp in 2013 was truly a transformative experience and a turning point in my approach to my training. I learned a lot about the depths of my physical and mental toughness, made new friends from all over the country, and I had a blast from start to finish. Getting the chance to work with so many world-class instructors in one place is a rare opportunity, and I’ve been lucky to create mentor relationships with several Masters due to my continuing participation in Sulsa Camp. Sulsa Camp also helped spur my love of the outdoors. It’s inspired me to take more camping trips and take up hobbies like hiking and trail running. For me, the countdown to the next Sulsa Camp begins the day I arrive home from the last one!
Katie Villarreal, Pyon Moo Do – 1st Dan
I would recommend Sulsa Camp for anyone interested in serious martial arts. I loved the weapons training. Knife throwing was my favorite seminar. Listening to stories from other black belts and instructors is super educational. I learned more ninja moves and tactics in one weekend than most people will learn in a lifetime. If you can go, you should go.
David Goron, Owner/Head Instructor–All-Star Karate
When attending Sulsa camp for the first time, I had an amazing experience learning brand new techniques and skills while having an opportunity to work with great people who were all serious about learning. I was pushed to my limits physically and mentally and felt that I was able to surpass my own expectations in both areas with the support of the instructors and other students. For anyone serious about the martial arts, I absolutely recommend attending camp to hone those special weapon/tactic skills and if you can go more than once, DO IT!
Larry O’Day, Hwa Rang Do – 2nd Dan, Gracie Jiu Jitsu – Blue belt
Sulsa Camp is a profound and important experience for any serious martial artist. The level of instruction from KJN Corona and his black belts is unmatched, and the skills and techniques you will learn are deep, insightful, and well beyond the normal dojang experience. Without a doubt, Sulsa Camp has been a highlight of my martial arts career ever since I started attending over a decade ago, and I look forward to it more and more each year.
Scott MacDonald Hwa Rang Do – 4th Dan