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FitPlay Philosophy

"...Children are the most precious part of our lives and the most valuable resource this planet has."

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Every child deserves to be treated with kindness, patience, love and understanding; Children are to be seen, heard and believed.

A youngster's first eight years have a profound influence on the rest of his/her life and it is imperative that a child develop confidence and self-esteem during these important and formative early years; Attitudes toward health and fitness begin forming in the early years.

We believe in reaching out to and teaching children and young people the value of physical activity not only in physical education class but in all aspects of life.

The thrill of accomplishment from achieving a physical task builds self-esteem and confidence that carries over into all aspects of a child's life and into adulthood; Giving immediate, positive reinforcement encourages continuation.

With encouragement of a positive self-image, children delight in getting to know and control their own bodies; An active and physically fit youngster is a happy, healthy one.

Youngsters will thrive in a loving and noncompetitive environment where they feel physically and emotionally safe; Fun, variety and excitement are crucial elements in motivating youngsters.

There are countless lessons to be learned through structured, group physical activity when presented in the proper manner.

Children learn to listen, to follow directions, to be independent and to cooperate in a group.

They learn self-control and self-discipline.

They acquire social skills and learn more about themselves as they interact with one another and the instructor.

• Most important of all, however, is the evolution of child's healthy self-image. A child who feels good about him/herself has a jump-start on the path to becoming a happy, well-adjusted adult!


Living Active Fitness & Massage
Tel: 1-604-795-0342
Email: info@livingactivefitness.com

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