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BMS- Project  · Any

Oct 25 ’22 at 6:30 PM
Nov 22 ’22 at 7:30 PM
Registration Dates:
Aug 29 ’22 – Oct 26 ’22 regular
Minimum age:
18 years old
Maximum age:
98 years old
Age as of:
Nov 13 ’21
MonTueWedThuFriSatSun 6:30pm to 7:30pm
Individual Fees

Information below is from They are a third-party organization that is not owned or operated by the Kansas City Urban Youth Academy or the Kansas City Royals Baseball Club, LLC. Information provided in not intended to be medical advice, a diagnosis or treatment, nor the endorsement of any specific physician or medical facility. Only a licensed physician or therapist should provide a diagnosis or render other medical advice to you after an evaluation of your situation. The Kansas City Urban Youth Academy and the Kansas City Royals Baseball Club, LLC disclaim responsibility for the information provided by or the outcomes from the use and application of their material.

BMS stands for Body, Mind, Spirit. is a recently formed 501(c)(3) Missouri nonprofit organization committed to assist amateur sports' advocates to keep amateur sports safe and fun. The's mission statement is:

" create positive competitive environments & experiences for athletes and competitors of all ages and their families; as well as to promote mental health well-being and contribute to suicide prevention." is proud and excited to introduce its three course, fifteen classes, "LIFE-PSYCH BEHAVIORAL HEALTH PROGRAM. The "Life-Psych" curriculum is designed specifically to assist and support amateur sports advocates -- parents, mentors, coaches, officials and school counselors -- as we all strive to keep amateur sports safe and fun for all ages.

The BMS Project: Together... here for our youth!

Course Dates: Oct 25th, Nov 8th, Nov 22nd 

Time: 6:30pm-7:30pm  

Please arrive 15 minutes early


"Creating Positive Competitive Environments & Experiences"

(Part one will consist of three one-hour classes)

Class One (one hour) - Introduction (Who is The BMS Project, Inc., what they do, and how to find them)


II. Overview of the Life-Psych three course, 15 classes, behavioral sciences program curriculum

III. Overview - Tips & Tools to pursue its mission to support and assist advocates (parents, coaches, mentors, officials & school counselors) to keep amateur sports safe and fun.

IV. Games within the game - Team Bonding & Identifying Values

Class Two (one hour) - Social Media Use & Management - Being a supportive advocate.

I. Social Media in Youth Sports

II. Being a Supportive Youth Sports Parent

III. Age, Gender, Culture & Levels of Competition - Harmonious Differences

IV. Games within the game - team bonding

Class Three (one hour) -- Matters of Ethnicity, Gender and Coaching Amateur Sports

I. Individual Differences - Ethnicity, Gender & Levels of Competition - Recognizing & respecting differences

II. Being a Supportive Youth Sports Coach (Advocates Partnership - Players, parents, coaches & officials)

III. Module One Summary & Preview of Module Two

IV. Class "Pepper" group exercise

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