Camp Jump Start at Living Well Village is a residential WHOLE health camp specializing in healthy lifestyles and weight management. Kids ages 9 -18 years old live at camp for 4 or 8 weeks. Those needing to lose weight typically lose 7 - 10% of their body weight in 4 weeks which is enough to reverse disease such as Type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, metabolic syndrome and fatty liver disease and improve depression and anxiety. Normal weight kids also attend to learn how to be healthy/prevent disease while disconnecting from electronics to re-connect with people.
This is a place where kids can be kids. We disconnect them from the electronics and give them a chance to run, jump and play like kids were meant to play. We have found that many parents need a safe place to send their children during the summer while they work. They recognize the benefits of the immersion into a healthy lifestyle and they know and trust the people caring for their children.
Activities included are:
Aquatics at the Pool
Arts & Crafts
Balance/ Posture/ Core Exercises
Fun Evening Activities/ Games
Physical and Fitness Assessments
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Stress Management Techniques
Relaxation Techniques (less)... Read more
Summer camp on Catalina Island is a great way to spend the summer. Wonderful memories and new friends await at Catalina Sea Camp one of California's premier overnight summer camps.
Our one-week and three-week camps are one of a kind ocean adventure and marine biology summer camps located at Toyon Bay on Catalina Island. Sea Camp offers three one-week sessions for boys and girls ages 8-13 and two three-week coed sessions for teens ages 12-17. Our hand-picked counselors and instructors create an atmosphere of fun and excitement while leading campers on a host of ocean adventure, marine biology, and social summer camp activities. Catalina Sea Camp is a program developed by Catalina Island Marine Institute, also known as "CIMI". Rules for participation in Guided Discoveries programs are the same for everyone without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, or handicap (less)... Read more