Having a strong core is essential to overall health, fitness, and mobility. But did you know that weak core muscles can also contribute to problems in the classroom for children?
Summer feels ages away, doesn’t it?
For at least a few more months, dodging ice patches on the sidewalk and enjoying cozy nights by the fireplace will remain a necessity.
My favorite thing as an instructor is to see kids busting out of their comfort zones, and mastering techniques they once struggled with.
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and kids love to join in for some sweet fun with the family!
*Image courtesy of Calelite Kids
If you’ve ever suggested gymnastics to your son and received the response, “but that’s for girls!”, you’re probably not alone.
Can you believe it’s already time to say good bye to 2018?
It feels like just yesterday I was dropping my kiddos off for their first day of school, and now we’re diving into winter break!
As a parent, winter in Colorado can be bittersweet.
With the arrival of the first snowfall, you probably picture story time by the fireplace, family ski trips and movie nights.
The vestibular system is an important part of your child’s body. It’s a system of tiny organs in your child’s inner ear that provide their brain with information about where they are in space — up or down, sideways, etc.
Our kids are exposed to music every day…at the store, in the car and during their favorite movies. Music is happening all around us, which is why it might be easy as parents to start taking it for granted.
Mountain Kids is dedicated to helping your kids be happy, confident and strong. And one of the ways we do this is by educating our staff in child sexual abuse prevention, as well as offering educational opportunities to the parents and caregivers of the children in our community.