Partner Sites: Preschool/Daycare/AfterSchool

Wasatch Family Fitness believes strongly in the concept of partnering to ensure fitness and wellness services are available to more children and families that live along the Wasatch Range. Our partners include preschools, day care centers, and community centers that offer Stretch-n-Grow as part of their curriculum.

Child Time Inc., The Avenues Preschool

410 Third Avenue
Salt Lake City, UT
Phone: 801-328-0328
Contact: Cindy, Director

Let Me Shine Christian Preschool

1070 Foothill Drive
SLC, UT 84108
Phone: 801-583-6400
Contact: Barb, Director

St. John's Community Child Development Center

755 E. Herbert Avenue
SLC, UT 84111
Phone: 801-364-4874
Contact: Chaney, Executive Director

The Stretch-n-Grow program is a HUGE success in our center, the children love it! They move their bodies to build strength and coordination of their large muscles. The coaches are great with the kids using positive reinforcement and lots of encouragement to help achieve a fun energy loaded session. The teacher see the benefits of the children moving and stretching developing large motor skills while having fun with the different themes and props the coaches bring with them. The parents like to see the handout sent home with each child every week that explains the topics covered in Stretch-n-Grow. Parents are impressed that the children learn the proper names of their muscles and how to exercise them to keep them strong. Thanks for the great job, keep up the good work!

St. Paul's Christian Preschool

261 S. 900 E.
SLC, UT 84102
Phone: 801-521-6149
Contact: Rhonda, Director

Redeemer Lutheran School

1955 E. Stratford Ave.
Salt Lake City, UT 84106
Phone: 801-487-6283
Contact: Melody, Principal

Parent Comments:

My son loves to attend "Fit-n-Fun" (Camps), for our family this program has been a great choice because it is not easy to find a good place for a child with Autism.
My son plays and learns something every day and he is also increasing his vocabulary. And the best thing about this program is that "Stretch-n-Grow" goes to his school to work with these kids, that is wonderful.