Training With masters from across america
THE MISSION OF BUDO CAMP
Budo Camp seeks to bring together martial artists from diverse backgrounds to learn from each other in an an environment based on equality and humility.
Budo Camp began with a simple idea: What if we could bring martial artists together to learn from each other, in an environment where equality and humility are standard? Could we create a learning environment that would be appropriate for all martial artists, regardless of rank?
The word “Budo” has been defined as “the spiritual foundation for martial arts; the ethical code on which martial arts are based”. What if we could create a martial arts camp that exemplified the very foundation of martial arts?
If you have been searching for the same thing, look no further. Budo Camp is the Midwest’s finest martial arts camp. We believe that studying across disciplines makes us better martial artists. There is no minimum experience level needed to join us for Budo Camp; the only requirements are a positive training attitude and a willingness to see all martial artists as fellow travelers on the path of Budo. Don’t wait any longer to start your journey. Register now!
Instructors from across America will be sharing their multitudes on knowledge and experience with you. Come learn how your style shares similarities and examine the different applications.
The purpose of Budo Camp is sharing knowledge with the intent to broaden and deep each practioners understanding of their practice.
All are welcome. Different styles, different people all come together to share and learn. A great opportunity for growth
A group of master instructors from various styles with years of experience.
Sifu Pete Starr
Yili Quan / Kung Fu
Coach Marty Anderson
Dynasty Brazillian JuJitsu
John Kerker Sensei
Kerker Sensei has been instructing in the Greater Omaha and Midwest areas for many years concentrated in the art of Isshin-ryu Karate. Isshin-ryu Karate is a style of Okinawan karate founded by Tatsuo Shimabuku.