Topics for April 6-7, 2019 Camp:
- Environmental Weapons
- Knife Fighting
- Wilderness Survival Basics
General Info About Sulsa Camps
What should I expect?
Sulsa Camps vary in length depending on the event scheduled. You will work with extraordinarily experience instructors who will challenge you, regardless of your experience or training background.
- You will go home physically exhausted and yet energized. Expect to leave Sulsa Camp excited about training!
- You will gain the confidence that comes from overcoming challenges and learning how to defend yourself effectively!
- You will learn more than you could possibly remember when you get home. The format is a continuous series of seminars on a variety of topics, with breaks for meals, and night drills after dinner. Expect to leave Sulsa Camp with a full brain!
- You will be part of a team. Sulsa Camps are challenging and fun. Participants always make connections and often make lifelong friendships!
- Topics covered in previous camps include: Combat grappling (striking and weapons awareness), tactical joint locks, defense against handguns and long guns, combat striking, knife fighting, clinchwork (standing grappling), stick fighting, stealth and camouflage, environmental weapons, sentry removal.
I’ve never done martial arts. Is the camp appropriate for me?
Sulsa Camp is an amazing introduction to martial arts for beginners! The camps are challenging, but also a ton of fun. The environment is extremely supportive and our veteran instructors are expert at tailoring the material to the needs and experience levels of participants.
I’m an experienced martial artist—what will I get out of the camp?
Regardless of your experience-level or what martial arts system you have trained in, Sulsa Camp will challenge you. Our instructors have such deep and broad knowledge base, not only will you learn material outside of your previous experience, you will gain a deeper understanding of your own art and its potential. When we survey participants, the closest thing to a complaint that we receive is that there is so much information crammed into a single weekend, there is no way to learn it all.
What gear will I need?
All participants must bring their own camping gear. If you prefer a roof to a tent, there is an option to share screened cabin with other participants (an additional $15). Meals can be provided if reserved in advance ($55 for a 2-day camp).
Firearms are not permitted.
REAL CONFIDENCE – REAL SELF-DEFENSE!