MiniGym

A fun movement education program

What is MiniGym?

MiniGym is a fun movement education program designed to equip parents to actively engage and teach movement skills with their child, from ages 3-6years.

What is a typical MiniGym session like?

Each session is a 45 minute circuit that incorporates fun warm-ups, game style social interactions, exciting family home fun and a fundamental movement skill theme to be focused on each week. One parent/guardian is needed to participate in the fun with your child, so there’s a great family atmosphere.

How big are classes?

Classes are kept small, with a maximum of 10 families per class, allowing the expertly qualified instructors to be on hand should any assistance be required with skill technique and to most importantly keep the sessions fun! Please note you do not require an assessment to join MiniGym, but a trial session is encouraged to ensure the program is the right fit for your child and family.

What are the important details to know?

Dates: Sessions run from the 8th of February until the 4th of April (9 weeks)

Times: Two classes are available on Saturday mornings – 9:00-9:45 or 9:45-10:30

Session Duration: 45 minutes

Location: School of Sport Science, UWA

Cost: $15 per session ($135 for the 9 weeks)

Teachers: Accredited Exercise Physiologist (AEP) with parent participation

What do the kids love about MiniGym?

How do I get started?

In order to get started, please complete an Expression of Interest form. This form may take up to 15 minutes to complete but is vital in order to help us best assist your child. Please note that you do not require an assessment to join MiniGym, but a trial session is encouraged to ensure the program is the right fit for your child and family.

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