Don’t miss this special/free offer!

Dear Parent/s

WE CARE ABOUT YOUR CHILD’S WELL-BEING!

As an adult, you do regular physical activity right?  Do you exercise 3-4 times a week?  If yes, GREAT!  If not, it’s never too late to start; and give your child an opportunity to do the same… We are offering to increase from 1x a week to 2x a week classes for FREE for the first month to try out and thereafter for a nominal fee, increase your child’s hours. On top of that, while they take part in our regular classes, we invite you to enroll in our rope skipping class for beginners on Monday evenings for FREE!  Call or e-mail us to redeem this amazing offer!

Below is an excerpt from an article by the World Health Organisation: read the full article here.

The number of overweight or obese infants and young children (aged 0 to 5 years) increased from 32 million globally in 1990 to 42 million in 2013. In the WHO African Region alone the number of overweight or obese children increased from 4 to 9 million over the same period.

In order to improve cardiorespiratory and muscular fitness, bone health, and cardiovascular and metabolic health biomarkers:

  1. Children and youth aged 5–17 should accumulate at least 60 minutes of moderate- to vigorous-intensity physical activity daily.
  2. Amounts of physical activity greater than 60 minutes provide additional health benefits.
  3. Most of the daily physical activity should be aerobic. Vigorous-intensity activities should be incorporated, including those that strengthen muscle and bone*, at least 3 times per week.

*For this age group, bone-loading activities can be performed as part of playing games, running, turning or jumping.
Gymnastics provides all of these activities!

We believe that it is in your child’s best interest to attend more than one lesson per week. So send us an e-mail and take us up on this fantastic offer and try it for FREE for a month and enroll for FREE into our skipping classes on Mondays!!! We look after your child’s well being, because your child is worth it.

Don’t let your child become a part of the above statistics – ACT NOW!