NCMA will be hosting ten fun-filled weeks of summer camps, starting June 14th! Our camp environments will engage students in innovation-sparking art, science, outdoor sports challenges, games, and martial arts that build creative confidence, nurture social development, and deliver the big summer fun they crave.
Our in-person camps are COVID-safe and worry-free, staffed by our caring and well trained instructors that both kids and parents love. What better way for your kids to spend their time than here, at San Diego's #1 best voted martial arts camp!
NCMA has been open for over 11 months now, without a single COVID-19 case of students or staff. We attribute this to our amazing families and staff for staying cautious and following appropriate safety measures.
ALL STUDENTS WHO PRE-REGISTER BEFORE MAY 17, 2021 WILL RECEIVE A $25 DISCOUNT PER WEEK OFF OF CAMP FEES.
We request that AMP students register online so we can account for staffing and materials.
As always, if you have any questions relating to camp programming, pricing, safety, or other logistics, feel free to contact us in-person, phone, or email.
The NCMA Team
For the past 21 years, North County Martial Arts (NCMA) has served the North County Communities providing exceptional martial arts and after school academic instruction for youth and adults.
NCMA recognized the community's need for a family-oriented martial arts school that focused on important life skills such as respect, courage, discipline, focus, responsibility, and compassion. These skills, among others, comprise the heart of NCMA's Martial Arts and Academic Programs. Our team of talented martial arts and academic instructors create a positive, and motivational fitness and scholastic environment for ages 3 to adult.
NCMA's comprehensive program is goal-oriented, energetic, and fun! With the central mission of improving lives and creating a better community, NCMA has grown to become one of the most well respected programs in the nation.
Great to hear! Training in martial arts is such a good investment in time, money, safety, and future health. To get started, please visit the "get started" page on our website to learn about the $29 introductory special! You can come out and try a few classes to see how you like it.
Students should attend two classes per week in order to keep up their martial arts training in preparation for belt testings. The higher a student progresses in rank, the more classes should be attended.
No, just the opposite is true. Children are taught that karate is not to be used in aggression, but rather to defend oneself in life threatening situations. Aggressive behavior is channeled into assertiveness to increase the child’s self-esteem, increase self-discipline and build character. It is a strict rule that children are not allowed to practice karate techniques on siblings or friends.
Absolutely. NCMA has gone to great lengths to make it one of the safest facilities in the nation. As with any physical sport, injuries can happen, however, all classes are strictly monitored to ensure safety. Protective gear is important. All students purchase a set of safety gear at enrollment (after their Introductory Trial Lesson) which includes boots, gloves, mouth guard and a helmet. Students bring this gear to class each week.
All students are completely unique and therefore learn in different styles. Some students pick up material faster than others. Nonetheless, students are often pleasantly surprised at how much they have been able to learn in as little as six months.
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