Stroller Strides® is a stroller-based fitness program designed for moms with little ones. Each 60-minute, total body workout incorporates power walking, strength, toning, songs and activities. Classes our held throughout Tampa Bay at Westfield Citrus Park, Westfield Brandon, Westfield Countryside, Westshore Plaza and more!
Body Back® is a results-based workout designed for moms who want their body back, whether they just had a baby or their last child was born twenty years ago! Classes run in 8 week sessions. Body Back® clients experience targeted high-intensity workouts, inspiration and motivation in every class in a small group format.
Fit4Baby® is a program designed to strengthen the body for all the changes it will experience during pregnancy. These classes exclusively focus on pregnant moms! Regular activity can help to reduce many maternal aches and pains, increase energy during pregnancy and may speed the labor, delivery and recovery process.
Our Village, our free mom's club, supports all moms, in all stages of motherhood. Join us for Moms Night Out, playgroups, book clubs, family events, charitable events, and more are offered depending on your interests! Together we can help each other find our common strength for motherhood!
My Gym has developed an extraordinary program and facility devised to help children 6 weeks thru 10 years of age develop physically, cognitively and emotionally.
Children have loads of fun as they gain strength, balance, coordination, agility and flexibility while developing social skills, confidence and self-esteem.
Our state-of-the-art facility, extensively trained staff, award-winning class programs, and excellent student/teacher ratio have earned My Gym the reputation as the best early learning program of its kind.
MyGym offers structured, age-appropriate, weekly classes that incorporate music, dance, relays, games, special rides, gymnastics, sports and more.
Now with locations in Westchase, New Tampa, and Brandon!more
It is widely accepted in the field of applied behavior analysis (ABA) that services should begin at the earliest point in time as it increases the likelihood of improved outcomes in the future.
Some of the reasoning behind this may include that when a child begins services at a young age they have a small “gap” between their developmental age and their chronological age to “catch-up” on.
For example, if a learner begins therapy at 2-years-old (their chronological age) and assessment suggests that they have the skills of someone around 1-year-old (their developmental age), then there is a 1-year gap of skills for them to “catch-up” on.
On the other hand, if a learner begins receiving services at - years-old and assessment suggests that they have the skills of someone around 1-year-old (their developmental age), then there is a 4-year gap of skills for them to “catch-up” on, which may be more difficult to achieve.
Some other potential benefits of early intervention include: