This program utilizes the kids gym, aeroball, tubes and tunnels, and the sportswall. Kids have the opportunity to work in a group setting, while learning fun new ways to exercise and get FIT. This is a one day per week program that is FREE for members ages 5-12. The program is offered throughout the traditional school year.
Mondays 7-8pm (Please arrive 10 minutes prior to the class to sign in and so that class can start on time.)
T&C's tubes and tunnels are for children of all ages. It is a large two story playland- the biggest in the area. This colorful area is equipped with a huge maze, slides, and a fun machine. This will keep children entertained for hours- running in and out of tunnels, scooting down slides, and kicking through soft punching bags.
Tubes and tunnels are FREE to use for members. Non members can also join in on the fun at just $10/ child. Please remember that when you come to play that shoes need to be taken off and socks must be worn!
T&C's Aeroball is a fun activity for anyone at any age and it is a great workout too! Aeroball is the only one of its kind in the area- it is a combination of volleyball and basketball played on a trampoline. It is available anytime that the health club is open and it is FREE for members. Please remember when you come to play that shoes need to be taken off and socks must be worn.
T&C offers an enclosed kid’s gym for health club members. The kid’s gym which was especially designed with children in mind includes 2 adjustable baskets and mini soccer goals. A variety of different balls and equipment can be found at the member service desk. This area allows kids to play a variety of different games such as basketball, soccer, dodge ball, etc.
A wall mounted individual or group games in which the goal is to strike the lighted up targets using sports balls.
T&C offers the areas first kid’s power circuit- a very unique children's fitness program available to Town & Country members. The kids power equipment incorporates double positive hydraulics so there is no danger of over lifting. The focus of this area is not to develop and train top athletes, but to put smiles on the faces of children while creating a healthy lifestyle habit.