Krav Maga Summer Camp

Teaching skills that last a lifetime

June 27th - July 1st

OR

July 18th - July 22nd

10am - 2pm

What is the KMD Summer Camp

In our summer camp, we focus on building Character, Confidence, Fitness, and teaching skills that will allow any child to defend themselves.


Many traditional martial arts focus on Katas, strict discipline, and repetitive classes. The good news is that we are not a traditional martial art!


We focus on the core values that keep children safe in a fun and diverse environment. We do this by teaching and testing our techniques in realistic and hands-on training scenarios.


Our number one goal is to make sure that our students are equipped with the skills necessary to de-escalate, escape from, or if necessary, fight out of any given situation. Often just knowing these skills give our students the confidence they need to prevent an encounter before it even happens.


On top of our self-defenses, we also teach “soft skills”, things such as how to de-escalate a situation, using our words and body language to avoid fights, interacting with first responders over the phone, and many other non-combative skills. This ensures that your child will be able to take care of themselves, even when you’re not around, without having to always resort to violence.


Oh, also, we’ve been providing kids with life-saving skills for so long (since 2004!) that many of our students have become instructors themselves! They know what kids need to see and how they best learn - they have first-hand experience!!

MEET THE TEAM

Meet just a few of our World Class Krav Maga team!

Eric Keener

Youth Program Director

Eric began his self-defense journey in Krav Maga Dallas’ Youth Program. Clutzy and uncoordinated, the nine-year old struggled through the training—but he loved every class. Months later, he felt safer, stronger, and more confident. As an adult student, Eric decided to become an instructor to transform others as his instructors had transformed him.


Outside of Krav Maga, Eric is studying at Collin College and enjoys challenging himself in physical fitness, playing the piano, and spending time with friends and family.

Brooke Nelson

Youth Program Instructor

Brooke started in the Youth Program in 2013 and has made amazing changes in her life from when she first walked through our doors. A naturally quiet person with a very “keep to herself attitude”, you would not expect her to have the ferocity and confidence she now has today. After advancing to the Adult Program, she began assisting in youth classes and quickly become eager to teach her own classes. Easily being one of the most understanding and sweet people you will ever meet, she can fill a room with her voice and get the shyest person in the room to open up and make new friends.


When she’s not on the mats, she’s studying and hanging out with friends from Krav Maga Dallas.


Ian Mrochek

Youth Program Instructor

Ian began his self-defense journey in the Krav Maga Dallas Youth Program in 2017. Since then, his focus has been on getting fit, gaining self-confidence, and improving his ability to defend himself. Today, as a higher-level student in the adult program, Ian is happy to share all he has learned with the younger students of KMD. He has an electric and infectious personality that rushes through his student every time he’s up in front of the class.


Outside of Krav Maga, Ian enjoys theatre, finding his place on the stage and in the spotlight.

Don't Just take our word, hear it from our members!

Calvin got started in our Youth Program through one of our annual Krav Maga Summer Camps along with his sister Mei. They had heard about it through their father, who also trained Krav Maga. Coming from traditional Karate, they were looking for something more practical and fun.

"I had to work hard to earn my first belt, it wasn't easy and it made me feel like I really earned it!" - Calvan R.

Mei got started the same way as her brother above. She took to Krav Maga very quickly and enjoys every second of it. The departure from traditional martial arts means that she now has a fun and effective way to stay safe in her everyday life.

"I like how Krav teaches you to defend yourself and not just to fight." - Mei R.

Lillian joined Krav Maga Dallas along with her whole family. She and her brother are now both advanced students in the Youth Program with their parents trying to catch up to them in the Adult Program. Krav Maga gives her a much-needed outlet for her huge well of energy.

"It makes exercise fun and you get to jump right into learning without having to do any poses (katas)... Training Krav Maga gives me a feeling of safety and confidence in new areas" - Lillian M.

Recent results from people Just Like You!

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F.A.Q.

Is the a lunch break?

  • We do offer a 12pm lunch break! Kids can bring a packed lunch and have a chance to catch their breath and chat before continuing their training.

Does my child need to have previous martial arts experience?

  • Not at all! We build all of our students up from the ground up, ensuring that they have a strong foundation to build on top of.

Is Krav Maga dangerous? I don't want my child to end up hurt!

  • While this is a very real concern, our expert instructors always have student safety at the top of their minds! In our 5 years of running the Summer Camp, we have NEVER had a major injury during training.

Are there discounts for multiple family members?

  • We do offer family discounts! If you want to sign up 3 or more children, please call or text us at 469-202-9227 so that we can apply your family discount.

My question isn't listed!

  • If you still have questions, you can call/text us at 469-202-9227, email CustomerService@kravmagadallas.com, or use the chat bubble in the bottom right to contact us with your question. Our customer service team is happy to answer any burning questions you have!

Hours of Operation:


Mon - Thurs: 9 am - 9 pm


Sat: 8am - 12 pm