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October 5, 2017 Resort News No Comments Email Email

Despite which discipline you turn to, most medical professionals and sports scientists would agree that physical activity is good for kids.  But it’s not just the physical and health benefits that are prompting parents to put their precious ones into after school and weekend fixtures, sports play a huge role in building better adults. It teaches kids so many of the lessons that are integral to the journey along which youth become successful adult achievers and valuable members of their communities.

Playing sports, (whether they be team activities or more individual pursuits) teaches youngsters how to take risks and challenge themselves to be better. Through sport they learn respect for leaders and authority as well as how to win and how to lose…… graciously! Without a doubt, team sports also teach youth what it means to work as a team; like a well oiled machine, one part depends upon the integrity of another.

The Junior Sports Academy is all about the importance of keeping kids active and while the end of this week sees the conclusion of another successful Gu Crew Holiday Camp at Finns Recreation Club, the fun continues from Monday, October 16th when JSA launches its After School Program for Term 2. As is the usual practice, the line up for this next term is sporting a new seasonal addition with Rugby appearing in the program once more. There still remain the usual suspects such as the ever popular tennis, soccer, gymnastics, swimming and trampolining, as well as Miss Claire’s well patronised Dance Academy.

Rugby is an all ages affair scheduled for Wednesdays from 4.15 – 5.15pm. A modified version of the football discipline, this sport encourages participants to play effectively as a team, develop ball skills and on field tactics while having a ton of fun in the process.

JSA recognises that participants may be of various ages and abilities and thus some activities offer different sessions based on skills and maturity. Dance offers classes for different forms of the discipline, including Jazz and Tap as well as ballet for baby ballerinas, all the way up to experienced dancers who wish to practice their point work.

As for those who wish to observe their kids in action, Finns has listened to the feedback and non-member parents can watch their children free of charge. For parents whose children are attending JSA swim classes, a ‘parent pass’ can be obtained from Finns Rec Club reception for free access to the pool area to observe their child’s class.

If families are looking for something to entertain their other children while their brother or sister is at practice, up to two family members (per JSA enrollee) can now grab a day pass into Finns (including Splash Water Park and the pool area) for half price after 3pm from Monday to Friday.

As is the norm, Finns Platinum and Gold card members receive a 30% discount on regular JSA fees with a further discount applicable when paying in full for a minimum of 8 weeks. All information  regarding prices, schedules and detail about each sport and its respective coach is available from the current JSA brochure which can be readily downloaded off the website: .

Much more than just building a sound body, sports build well rounded, resilient and motivated children who often use these skills to go on and become successful adults. Sign them up for sport with JSA today!

Finns Recreation Club

Raya Pantai Berawa, Canggu – Bali

Phone: +62 (361) 848 3939

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