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Your Search for Children’s Gyms is Over – We’ve Worked it Out

Help your child get up and move! Being active is not only beneficial physically, but mentally and emotionally as well. Whether they’re dancing, doing gymnastics, or running around and playing, get them out and moving! Give one of these spots a try and see what your little one enjoys.

Santa Rosa

Do you have a child who is interested in pursuing dance in more depth? Then check out the Dance Center in Santa Rosa! Jazz, Ballet, Hip Hop, Musical Theatre, and more. Your young one can try it all and find their niche.

Pump it Up is sure to get your kids’ heart rate up and guarantee you a good night sleep. This indoor gym is full of inflatables adventures for kids all ages. They offer party packages, private events and open play. During open play you can drop in and enjoy all the amenities for just $10. 

Interested in more jumping? Then you must check out Rockin’ Jump – this trampoline park is sure to get you the mom or dad of the year trophy with your kids. They have several options to choose from – general admission, birthday party packages, Rokin’ tots program and group events. Come an enjoy for as little as $12.

Sonoma

Sonoma Gymnastics Academy has many programs, including some for children as young as 6 months old. They also offer cheerleading and gymnastics lessons based on your child’s progression. Or, sign your child up for a fun camp experience. Sonoma Gymnastics’ Thanksgiving Camp can last between one and three days, morning or afternoon – your choice!

Rohnert Park

Rohnert Park Gymnastics wants to help kids build their confidence by learning through playing. They have classes for tots, girls and boys, those with special needs, and more! They also run day camps over most school breaks, which could be a lifesaver.

Does you child love a challenge? Are they really into America Ninja Worries? then you must check out Flying Frog Academy in Rohnert Park. Here you can have fun, learn safely, and develop skills in parkour classes, flips and acrobatics and aerial skills. They offer classes, camps, and private lessons. Ages 3 and up!

These fitness classes for kids offer so much more than play time. They offer kids a chance to be unique, try something new, and start healthy habits early. What more can a parent ask for?

Leslie
Leslie
A transplant from Southern California, she is a senior at Sonoma State University pursuing a Bachelor’s in English. She enjoys reading, British accents, and in another life she would be a Malacologist.

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