***SOLD OUT*** to join the waiting list message us on Instagram. Our next camp instructors needs no introduction as Irish superstar and black belt slayer Rosa Walsh is coming to Glasgow along with the GOAT herself, Ffion Davies for a full weekend of training.
An explosive athlete coming out of Cork, Rosa has been tearing up the competition scene winning everything from the ADCC open Pro division and nogi Pan Ams to cementing her place as a fan favorite on a never ending list of invitationals with her unique and fast paced style. Trailblazer Ffion is the first ever Welsh and British adult black belt world champion (both in Gi and No-Gi), the first European to win the Brazilian Nationals, and the first ever Welsh and British ADCC World Champion.
The three day camp will take place at our academy in Rutherglen in the Greater Glasgow area (G73 2HZ) between Friday 8th and Sunday 10th of September. Friday evening will feature a nogi seminar with both Rosa and Ffion covering one topic together between 18:00-20:30 while each weekend day will feature 2x taught sessions covering different topics with time for Q&A and rolling at the end of each day. The weekend sessions will run at 10:30-12:30 and 13:30-15:30, Saturday’s sessions will be nogi and and Sunday’s sessions will be in the gi. This is a submission focused camp and all sessions will focus on a different submission.
We will also have amazing photographer and athlete Violet Xanthe Bennett coming along to capture the camp!
The full camp is open to all levels and affiliations, full camp tickets are £150, single day tickets £70 for the weekend days, and Friday evening tickets are £40.
The infrared sauna at the gym will also be switched on and ready to use by 15:30 on Saturday and Sunday and will be open to seminar participants. If planning on using the sauna please bring a bathing suit, towel, flip flops and a change of clothes and make sure to shower before using the sauna.
As a contact sport we also ask both members and visitors please not come in if ill – we have students who are immunocompromised, or who are carers, and so we are taking care to minimise risks where reasonable. If unwell please stay home and we’ll refund the camp.