Children have an endless supply of energy, able to persuade parents to buy purple ketchup and exhaust the calorie staying power of even the most patient Twinkies. Help kids put excess energy to good use with today’s Groupon to The Little Gym of Placer County. Choose between the following options:
- For $30, you get four consecutive kids’ fitness classes (up to a $78 value). Classes must take place on the same time and day of the week for four weeks in a row.
- For $127, you get an Awesome Birthday Bash (a $255 value).
At The Little Gym, nurturing experts encourage young sprouts aged 4 months to 12 years to explore, have serious fun, and meet new challenges in noncompetitive fitness classes categorized by age group and skill level. Gymnastics classes teach children to bend on beams, mats, and bars, and karate classes explain the secret of breaking lego bricks with an intimidating glare. Instructors focus on team cooperation in Sports Skills Development courses, and dance sessions draw on ballet, tap, and creative movement to transform children running around in tutus to children twirling around in tutus. With today's deal, an intro session precedes three regular classes. Wee ones aged 3 and younger can dip toes into parent-child classes, in which there is one instructor for every 18 children, while sessions for older children have a teacher-student ratio of one to six. Classes are available seven days a week, including evenings and weekends, consult the class schedule for more information.
Alternatively, progeny can celebrate their genesis with an Awesome Birthday Bash for up to 15 children aged 1–12 years old (or up to 24 children with a charge of $10 for each additional child). Addressed, stamped, and mailed invitations arrive at houses via mail-bag-carrying pterodactyl, and party-goers get the entire gym to themselves as they join activities such as parachute games, all led by a qualified birthday leader and their assistant. The Little Gym takes care of all setup and cleanup, and gifts the birthday child with a T-shirt. Parents can ask about expanding the party with an Air Track, similar to a bounce house, but minus the inflatable family and golden retriever in residence.