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MINDBODY RECOGNISES ‘WE ROCK THE SPECTRUM KID’S GYM’

September 14, 2021 | In:

Leading activity sector technology platform, Mindbody is pleased to recognise the inclusive We Rock The Spectrum Kid’s Gym for the company’s dedication to Mindbody’s core values of being ‘Humble, Helpful and Empathetic’.

With 98 locations across the globe, We Rock The Spectrum Kid’s Gym provides a nurturing, and fun environment to foster learning, exploration and sensory-safe experiences for ALL kids.

As part of this recognition, Mindbody has donated donate $5,000 to the gym’s nonprofit, My Brother Rocks the Spectrum Foundation during BOLD, Mindbody’s annual conference. My Brother Rocks the Spectrum Foundation provides social skills groups, speech therapy, occupational therapy, physical therapy and activities for children across the spectrum in their sensory gyms.

Mindbody’s donation will provide 20 families with Family Monthly Memberships in a We Rock The Spectrum Kid’s Gym, Open Play sessions for 100 children and five sensory safe birthday parties.

We Rock the Spectrum Kids Gyms was founded to provide a place for children of all ability levels to play and grow together. As the only kids gym that offers an inclusive philosophy – all children can benefit from their uniquely designed sensory equipment that is specifically designed to aid children with sensory processing disorders.

However, We Rock the Spectrum Kids Gyms note that all children are able to benefit greatly from this equipment and by allowing children of all ability levels to play together they are able to learn a great deal from each other and become the best motivation for success on every level.

Some of the equipment installed in We Rock the Spectrum Kid’s Gyms include the Zip Line, Zip Box with Slides, Crash Pit, Trampoline and Tunnel. The equipment encourages development of upper body strength, fast movement, jumping and tumbling, climbing, planning, socialisation, safe falling, gross motor control, balance, tactile exploration and abstract thinking.

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