10 or 20 Open-Play Sessions and Registration, or 6 Kids’ Classes at Junior Gym (Up to 52% Off)

San Mateo

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In a Nutshell

Mats and padded obstacles help kids build strength and self-confidence during classes or open play

The Fine Print

Expires Feb 27th, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required for 6-class option only. 6-class option must be used in full by expiration date. 10 or 20 open-play-session options must be activated by expiration date. 6-class option valid for ballet, art, Baby Bugs, or Music & Movement classes only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Inclement weather forces children to play in their homes, which is literally the last place their parents want them. Make everyone happy with this Groupon.

Choose from Three Options

  • $35 for registration and 10 open-play sessions (a $70 value)
  • $50 for registration and 20 open-play sessions (a $105 value)
  • $65 for registration and 6 kids’ Rec Room classes (a $130 value)


Junior Gym's Rec Room classes are 45 minutes long, offering options such as art, ballet, or sessions that explore music and movement. See the schedule for Rec Room classes and open-play times here.

Junior Gym

Junior Gym's instructors believe that physical activity and self-confidence go hand in hand. That's why they keep all of their gymnastics, tumbling, and fitness programs noncompetitive. Kids aged 6 months to 7 years old can step through the entrance's blue archways and into the 4,600-square-foot fitness facility, where, under the tutelage of seasoned instructors, they might learn to walk a balance beam or partake in social-development activities replete with music, movement, and parachute games. These activities unfold amid a maze of mats, bars, and obstacles, which the instructors rearrange weekly to confuse any infants plotting a mutiny.

Junior Gym

Junior Gym's instructors believe that physical activity and self-confidence go hand in hand. That's why they keep all of their gymnastics, tumbling, and fitness programs noncompetitive. Kids aged 6 months to 7 years old can step through the entrance's blue archways and into the 4,600-square-foot fitness facility, where, under the tutelage of seasoned instructors, they might learn to walk a balance beam or partake in social-development activities replete with music, movement, and parachute games. These activities unfold amid a maze of mats, bars, and obstacles, which the instructors rearrange weekly to confuse any infants plotting a mutiny.

As an alternative to regular fitness classes, Junior Gym's instructors also host camps and the Terrific Tots program. During these loosely structured sessions, CPR- and first-aid-certified teachers tell stories, help kids make arts and crafts, and serve healthy snacks.

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