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Kids Pilates

June 18 at 10:00 am - 11:00 AM
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June 18 | 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

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It’s Kids Week at the Center for Health & Wellbeing!  Bring your mat and your little one and expect to make Classical Pilates exercises FUN.

It’s Kids Week at the Center for Health & Wellbeing!

Have you heard of Pilates, and the many benefits it can bring? Reduced back-pain, increased flexibility, and increased strength often come to mind. But, have you ever made Pilates FUN? We invite you to join us for some fun rolling, lifting, bending, and stretching through some Pilates exercises in an up-beat, kid-friendly atmosphere! Bring your mat and your little one and expect to make Classical Pilates exercises FUN.

We kindly request parents remain on the Center for Health & Wellbeing campus during the class. You can use the time to enjoy a quiet cup of coffee at Nourish Coffee Bar + Kitchen, use our free indoor walking track or get some work done with our free building-wide WiFi while relaxing in one of our many lounge areas.

This program is presented by Megan Burditt and is hosted by the Winter Park Health Foundation.

About the Presenter:  

Megan Burditt is passionate about bridging the gap between healthcare and fitness and working in medically integrated programs. She received a bachelors in Exercise Science from USF and is a registered Exercise Physiologist with the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM). In Tampa Bay, she gained experience in corporate/worksite health promotion and hospital-based medical fitness programs with BayCare Health System. Her passion lies in empowering individuals and doctors to utilize exercise for disease management and prevention. She was recently promoted to Wellness Navigator at the Crosby Wellness Center, and she will be overseeing the fitness Pillar of the new, comprehensive wellTogether program.

A community health initiative of the Winter Park Health Foundation, wellTogether offers a clinically integrated approach to sustainable, long-term health improvement through a focus on three Pillars: Fitness, Behavior Change, and Nutrition.

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