School Holiday Kids Camp
We are offering a unique school holiday experience at Kaizen Lab Jiujitsu.
Activities include kids yoga, hula hooping, sports movement activities, Brazilian Jiujitsu and self defence skills.
Camp Dates: Monday 8th July & Tuesday 9th July
Start Time: 8:30am
Finish Time: promptly at 3:30pm
Food: Children will be required to pack a mid-morning snack, lunch and a water bottle. Due to allergies this programme is a nut free zone and no sharing of food will be allowed.
Clothing: BJJ uniforms or loose sports wear.
Age: Minimum 6 years and up.
Cost: One day for $85 per child or both days for $153.
Click HERE to register for the holiday camp.
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