Welcome Parents! First, A Little About Our Camp:

Hi! My name is Sensei Kris Munger, and I run Phoenix Martial Arts & Fitness Summer Camp. THANK YOU for considering our Summer Camp for your child. My wife and I have operated Summer Camps for 15 years. As parents, we know that our children only get so many Summers before they’re all grown up. That means every single day and every single child matters. And at our Summer Camp, that’s how we treat your child!

Phoenix Martial Arts & Fitness Summer Camp is based around one central theme: MOVEMENT. Kids LOVE to move, and we think that fostering a healthy relationship with fitness and movement is a vital part of growing up. We facilitate your child's innate need to move through super-fun fitness oriented games and activities, sports, field trips, park visits and more. Plus, each camper will go through Character Development lessons like patience, focus, and determination.

If you scroll down a little, you’ll be able to learn more about our Summer Camp. Take a look at what we do, and see if what we offer lines up with your goals as a parent, and if so, reserve a space or schedule a tour of our facility to meet us in person (we WILL fill up quickly and WILL sell out).

Frequently Asked Questions

What do we need to bring to Summer Camp?

You're responsible for a lunch, and any snacks you'd like to send, and a water bottle. We also ask that you send your child in comfortable, closed toed shoes, and a weather appropriate clothing (jacket if it's cold/sunscreen+hat if it's sunny/hot - we go outside every chance we get :)).

Can we see the facility before

we sign up for a Camp?

We'd love that! We regularly schedule tours of our facility, but we do so on specific days/times. Please call 315-934-4057 or email SenseiMunger@gmail.com to set up a private tour and at that time we can answer any questions you may have. We can't wait to meet you!

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How do I Register?

Registration forms are at the front desk of the dojo. You can also print out a registration form and bring into the dojo.