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Postby momresource » Tue Dec 22, 2009 2:12 pm

Hi Yong HL,
Thanks for the link.

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kid's gym

Postby osomum » Fri Mar 26, 2010 9:34 pm

I'm thinking of enrolling my 22 months old girl in a junior gym... a place where she can have fun.
I was looking thru some websites... Anyone have child / children in JTW Gym? My Gym Singapore? the little gyms of singapore? or gymboree play and music?

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Re: kid's gym

Postby NicHei » Fri Mar 26, 2010 10:04 pm

osomum wrote:I'm thinking of enrolling my 22 months old girl in a junior gym... a place where she can have fun.
I was looking thru some websites... Anyone have child / children in JTW Gym? My Gym Singapore? the little gyms of singapore? or gymboree play and music?


How about skygym??? My DS went there when he was younger.. he enjoyed it alot :)

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Postby autumnbronze » Fri Mar 26, 2010 10:16 pm

osomum,

Is Turf City convenient for you???

If it is, then I recommend Sky Gym ...

Perks (ermmm, not in order of priority):

1. Parking is FREE.

2. Staff are friendly and approachable.

3. They change their gym routines every week (I was told that some gyms don't).

4. Instructors are encouraging, esp Kevin. My DS loves him to bits because Kevin indulges in him.

5. They are v flexible in arranging make-up classes. No mc required as long as you have a valid reason.

6. They have both weekday and weekend classes.

7. My DS was too cautious a lad until he joined the gym. Initially, he was hesitant in trying out stuff like the trampoline etc... but barely 3 mths later, he is a changed boy - still cautious, but more adventurous. We've been there for 3 terms already.

8. There is a restaurant called scrumptious cafe where they serve nice pancakes and waffles for kids so nice place to hang out aft that, and also a play area for kids and a nail bar.

9. There's Giant hyperstore too :D

Here's the link www.skygym.com.sg

If you are interested, you can request for a trial.

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Postby osomum » Sun Mar 28, 2010 9:09 am

Thanks for the reply NicHei and autumnbronze :D Will check it out

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Postby titank » Sun Mar 28, 2010 10:03 am

Maybe can add the following:

Free Parking @ Multistorey Carpark

Free shuttle service to and from Turf City:

•Clementi Bus Interchange
•Toa Payoh Bus Interchange

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Postby osomum » Wed Mar 31, 2010 7:51 pm

anyone knows how much is a term there? and how much does it cost for the trial class?

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Gymboree or Tumbletots

Postby botakgundul » Sun Apr 04, 2010 10:51 pm

My baby is 10 months now. I'm thinking wanna bring him to a place that can encourage him to exercise more.

In the past, I bring my eldest son to tumbletots because of short distance. I'm living at Bishan & I went to tumbletots at SinMing plaza. However, tumbletots closed its branch at SinMing plaza.

I'm thinking of gymboree, but I never been there. Is gymboree better than tumbletots?

Really appreciate your feedback.

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Rhythmic Gym

Postby sachiko » Wed Apr 28, 2010 9:11 am

My dd just joined a gym club in Hougang Sports Hall that specialises in Rhythmic Gym. She loves to dance and we are delighted to find this club. They teach from pre-primary to upper primary.

Although she is in her school team, she is not that good to be chosen for inter-school competition :( . But the gym club is training my dd for competition in June and she is so excited now.

One thing good about private gym club is that they will try their best to train and send all their students for grading or competition. The child might not be the elite one but he/she will get a chance to participate in competition or grading which I feel is a good exposure.

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Re: Rhythmic Gym

Postby joconde » Wed Apr 28, 2010 9:46 am

sachiko wrote:My dd just joined a gym club in Hougang Sports Hall that specialises in Rhythmic Gym. She loves to dance and we are delighted to find this club. They teach from pre-primary to upper primary.

Although she is in her school team, she is not that good to be chosen for inter-school competition :( . But the gym club is training my dd for competition in June and she is so excited now.

One thing good about private gym club is that they will try their best to train and send all their students for grading or competition. The child might not be the elite one but he/she will get a chance to participate in competition or grading which I feel is a good exposure.


Hi,

May I have the contact info of this gym sch ? How much is their fees ? Any company website ?

Thanks !

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