Spring CS4L Programs
We're bringing the movement to you.
March 2, 2014
This spring, we’re excited to offer three new Canadian Sport for Life (CS4L) flagship programs for developing Physical Literacy:
Tumblebugs Gymnastics (Reg Code 120210)
10 Weeks | Begins April 10th | Members $55, Non-Members $63
Ages 3 – 4 | Thursdays, 5:30pm-6:15pm
Introduce your child to the art of movement with our modified gymnastics program. All kids should learn the ABCs of movement – Agility, Balance, Coordination and Speed. Get them off to an Active Start as they develop these skills in a fun and safe environment. Tumblebugs is about fundamental movement skills that support healthy growth and development and improve physical literacy.
Explorers (Reg Code 120207)
10 Weeks | Begins April 9th | Members $55, Non-Members $63
Ages 3 – 5 | Wednesdays, 5:30pm-6:15pm
Ages 6 – 9 | Wednesdays, 6:15pm-7:00pm
This program combines games and play-based learning to build fundamental movement skills in children like jumping, balance, throwing, catching and striking. Children become confident and competent in all sorts of future game play. The skills learned in this program allow children to grow into active teens and remain healthy and Active for Life.
Healthy Moms / Happy Families (Reg Code 130132)
8 Weeks | Begins April 13th | Members $68, Non-Members $74
Women Ages 18+ | Sundays, 6:00pm
Healthy Moms/Happy Families is aimed at improving the health and well-being of Nova Scotia Women in an effort to increase physical literacy and, in turn, healthy habits. This will assist families in being healthy and active in their community. The program will focus on two key areas: proper nutrition and active lifestyles. Topics covered will include resistance training, healthy meal planning, balance and core strength, and cardiovascular health. By accessing these resources, women are empowered to make decisions that will increase the overall well-being of their families and, by extension, their community.
We will also continue to offer Run Jump Throw and Tennis programs. Find out more about these programs and the CS4L national movement in our Spring Program Guide.