6 Fun Places To Take Kids To Exercise In Singapore
1. Marsden Swim School
If your little one loves splashing about in the water, then help him or her to cultivate a love of swimming. Marsden Swim School’s Learn to Swim programme will teach your child the basics, with the option of progressing to the Stroke Development programme. Later on, kids may join the mini, junior and senior swim squads.
This friendly ballet school, founded by French dancer, ballet teacher and choreographer Maud Toledano, offers daily training, several performances a year and presentations at international ballet competitions for young students who want to be professional dancers. Several of the school’s students have even been accepted to prestigious companies like the Paris Opera, San Francisco Ballet and Jeune Ballet Geneve! There’s a special Baby Ballerinas programme for little ones from the age of 3, which prepares them for ballet in a fun way.
Does your child love to dance and move? Then check out TAS for a wide repertoire of styles such as acrobatics, ballet, musical theatre, jazz and more. The school is open to children of all ages and abilities, and classes are focused on developing self-esteem, confidence and a love for dance and fitness. Additionally, TAS is an Australian Teachers of Dancing (ATOD) school. So your child can sit for annual ATOD examinations if they prefer. Visit the TAS website for more information on class locations, schedules and promotions.
Teach your child the importance of water safety by signing him or her up for swimming lessons at aquaDucks. The swim school offers world-class Babies and Learn to Swim programmes designed for children’s safety and enjoyment in the water. Classes are conducted by a specially selected team of trained aquatics teachers at private pool facilities with regulated pool temperatures. aquaDucks has a new pool area that recently opened at Gilstead Road and complimentary trials are available.
Torn between swimming and tennis? Don’t worry, you can do both at TFL. The school specialises in tennis coaching and swimming classes for kids of all ages. There are also swim/ tennis combination camps and mini tennis classes for children between 4 and 11.
Learn to serve like Roger Federer or Maria Sharapova with tennis lessons from this academy, which also has a range of other programmes. Children between 4 and 10 can start with mini tennis lessons and progress up the ranks to the tournament squad programme. Training is conducted by professionals with experience in both coaching and playing.