Jump Rope Summer Camp 2021

JOIN ROPEWORKS THIS SUMMER FOR OUR FUN-FILLED
JUMP ROPE CAMPS 2021

Each of our specialized camps are directed and taught by Rene Bibaud – Ropeworks owner and creator, using her highly acclaimed approach to skill development and growth mindset providing participants a personal, high quality experience focused on the whole child.   

Offered Throughout the Greater Seattle Area

SUMMER 2021 CAMP LOCATIONS

To Register, Contact the Camp Host Directly

 

Summer 2021 Camps will be updated soon. 


All camps are 3 hours (except Jefferson – 3.5h)

Dates will most likely be secured by 3/22/21. The following are the dates I anticipate running camps.

(some are confirmed)

Registration will be through the hosting organization, EXCEPT for Ninja Training Camp

 

 

June 28 Meridian School 9am

July 5 Loyal Heights CC 1pm

July 12 High Point CC 9am

July 19 Montlake CC 1pm 

Aug 16 Jefferson CC 1:30 PM 

Aug 23 The Evergreen school 9am

Ninja Jump Rope Team Training camp (likely the first week of Sept.)

Ninja Training
Pre team & team plus acrobatics and choreography camp.  Team members and pre-team members plus general public will participate in a deep dive into jump rope choreography, dance and acrobatics with a special focus on creating new skills and routines with choreography at the center of our work. Some wrap around care available 

WHY JUMP ROPE?

Because it’s good for the whole person

Jumping rope is an incredible lifetime fitness activity.  Athletes use rope jumping for agility, timing, coordination, foot-speed and endurance.  Learning the skill early in life helps develop the skills for a lifetime of rope jumping for fun and fitness.

Jumping rope is an excellent exercise for cardiovascular fitness, muscular endurance and coordination.  Now researchers are learning that physical activity like jumping rope also prepares the brain for optimal learning too.  So, it’s great for the mind, the body and the soul!

Current brain research supports the need for movement in the learning process.  Here are just a few ways that jumping rope may help prepare the brain for learning.