Bizzy Bodies (grades K-3)
This class features fitness activities that kids love. You can look forward to a very wide variety of activities! We use unique equipment and include many different sports, movement and imagination activities, obstacle courses, tumbling, balance beam work, hula hoops, aerobics and much more. We work on team building and good sportsmanship. We focus on having fun while we get our exercise each day. As a bonus, kids will learn the names of their muscles and bones too! Instructor Marcella Tamayo has more than 20 years experience. More info: firstname.lastname@example.org or 408.357.7497.
FREE TRIAL CLASS! Try a free class on Friday, September 1st. RSVP for your free trial to email@example.com
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Youth Fitness Program (ages 10-15)
This series of 5 sessions with a Certified Personal Trainer is required in order for youth ages 10-12 to be permitted use the JCC's Fitness Center. Your child will learn about components of exercise, creating a healthy fitness routine, and safe, effective use of our equipment. After successfully completing the class, your child can use the JCC's fitness center, with parental supervision.
This program is also available for youth ages 13+, but it's not required. Youth ages 13-15 may use the fitness center with parental supervision after successful completion of a free orientation session with one of our Certified Personal Trainers. The Youth Fitness Program can provide additional help for young teens in learning how to use the fitness center equipment effectively.
Private instruction is $235 for Full Center Members. Groups of two or more, $200 Full Center Member, $250 Social Members/Non-Members.
For more information or to register, contact Erin Guèdenet at firstname.lastname@example.org
CM = Full Center Member SM = Social Member NM = Non-Member
A note about fees: Please note that fees are based on the child's JCC membership status, not the parent's JCC membership status.
All K-5 After-school Enrichment Programs at the JCC are made possible, in part, by a generous gift from Ron Cohn in memory of Edythe Cohn.