Gymazing! is the Ultimate Place to Let Those Little Brains Develop!

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"The people that work there are so kind. My kids love going there. I wouldn't be able to go to the gym without those amazing people!!"

-Amy K.

GYMAZING! - Where we learn our 1-2-3's, A-B-C's and Do-Re-Mi’s! From music with sign language, to dance parties and Spanish classes, Gymazing! at MAC is a great place to let your little one's brains develop. We help activate fine motor skills by making messes with glitter, paint and crafts, jumping our sillies out in Gym Jam and using our imaginations to the sky’s limits. When they need, we curl up in the reading nook for a little quiet time and a good book. We also have plenty of infant swings for napping! At MAC, we not only want to challenge the adult on our fitness floor, but our kids in Gymazing as well. We want to make sure their time with us is engaging, imaginative and FUN!

Early Childhood News says: "Specific tasks related to social development occur in early childhood, just like developmental tasks occur in cognitive growth. The term social refers to a relationship or interaction between two or more people, who by definition respond to each other and influence each other’s behavior. Socialization is an important process in child development. Stated simply, it is the process whereby individuals, especially children, become functioning members of a particular group and take on the values, behaviors, and beliefs of the group’s other members. Although the process begins shortly after birth and continues into adulthood, the age of early childhood is a crucial period of socialization. How children are disciplined, how they respond to this discipline, and how they develop independent behavior are all connected to the process in which socialization occurs."

We strive to create a space where children can come to learn something new and have fun doing it... but most importantly we value the friendships that are created and the laughs that are shared!

“Most children begin receiving formal education during kindergarten. Recent scientific research has proven that learning and mental development begin immediately after birth. During the first three years of a child’s life, essential brain and neural development occurs.”

- Written by Becton Loveless for Education Corner

Come see what all the FUN is about! We are open 7 days per week, all day!

MON-THURS: 8:00 AM - 7:00 PM
FRI: 8:00 AM - 5:30 PM + Movie Night (5:30 PM - 8:00 PM)
SAT/SUN: 8:00 AM - Noon
*With a youth membership, your child can use Gymazing for up to two hours per day

BLOG WRITTEN BY: Marion Hopping
Manager - Gymazing! at MAC
978-526-8900 x211
gymazing@macathletics.com

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