'At LASG we recognize that we have a responsibility to continue to promote health and wellness to the community, especially the children,' explains Tanya Berenson, the school director.
Culver City, CA (PRWEB) May 15, 2014
The Los Angeles School of Gymnastics will open its doors on Sunday, May 18th from 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. for the school’s annual Summer Camp Open House. The free event will allow visitors to tour the facility, meet the instructors, sample camp activities, win freebies, and enjoy an afternoon of music, food and family fun.
The 2014 Summer Camp Program, which will run from June 19th – Aug 29th, is a healthy and active alternative for children during idle summer months. This specialized program is structured to keep children busy with activities during the summer months.
“At LASG we recognize that we have a responsibility to continue to promote health and wellness to the community, especially the children,” explains Tanya Berenson, the school director.
At the largest gymnastics facility in California, campers can use three 3,000-foot spring tumbling floors, full-size trampolines, multiple beam bar stations, spotting belts and the foam filled pit to guarantee their endless energy can be directed somewhere else other than the computer screen. Besides gymnastics, some of the camp activities include hip-hop with world-renowned dance instructors from UCLA, yoga, swimming and rock-climbing.
“Nowadays children find enjoyment through tablets, cell phones and video games. Here at LASG, we will redirect their enjoyment towards foam filled pits and trampolines,” continues Berenson. “Whether your child is interested in gymnastics for fun, recreation or has high ambitions in the sport, we provide an educational, healthy, safe and professional environment for the kids.”
About Los Angeles School of Gymnastics
Named by Los Angeles Magazine as the “best gymnastics center in LA,” the LASG is a nonprofit Olympic-quality gymnastics training center. It is considered among the top facilities in the country, which has been training Los Angeles youth since 1975. Led by Alla Svirsky, LASG has provided thousands of young athletes with quality gymnastics instruction and has produced several Olympians and internationally-ranked athletes.
School Contact Info: For camp information visit http://www.lagymnastics.com. To reach the Corporate Offices for the school, please call 310-204-1980 or email Info(at)lagymnastics(dot)com.