We are honoured to announce that our new self defence classes will be starting this Friday 5.00pm till 6.30pm
If you want to get fit, strong and learn how to defend yourself, then Gym-Shin-Kai is for you.
Alongside ourselves we have the amazing 4 x World Champion Sensei Darren Stringer 4th Dan. Whom after successfully completing his 100 man consecutive fights wants to pass on his martial arts knowledge.
Every session, will combine gymnastic conditioning with martial art training & pad work.
For all information please comment below or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We were honoured to be part of Crawley’s Thrive event today at the memorial park in Crawley.
It was a great opportunity to showcase our mobile gymnastic project to the public and the feedback we received was overwhelmingly positive.
The ability to teach gymnastics anywhere and everywhere was something the parents never knew existed. Furthermore they really liked the pay as you go flexible payment method.
From Cartwheels to Tuck backs…
Handstands and jumps…
It was clear by the amount of children that participated, that there is definitely a market for accessible gymnastics, and a wealth of untapped talent in Crawley.
‘Thrive Crawley 30th November
If you agree like us that children need more chances to realise their gymnastic potential and you are tired of waiting for a space, then please visit https://www.spacehive.com/where-warriors-are-made register and you can comment, or pledge. If you decide to make a donation, No money will be debited from your account unless we hit our target in April 2020, Minimum pledge is £2.00 no maximum.
A massive thank you to Steve Walker Photography your pics are sharp like razor. We forgot how good you are. Thank you for popping down and showing your talent yet again with these Stunning photographs.
In addition thank you to Sophie Griggs and her family for giving us support in the cold and bringing the raffle prizes.
Also thank you to Daisy, Tianne, Ellie, Amy, Ella, Zoe, Lucy, Mak and Ty for displaying your skills and inspiring the public.
To the Doyle’s as always for your continued support and leaflet distribution and all the parents who came and offered your kindness.
Finally massive thank you to our Dan who did everything from set up, to coaching, gymnastics and promotion. Your top don Daniel. We could never do this without your continued effort.
Was great to be part of something truly connected to the community. We met some wonderful people, from the mayor of Crawley to Kathryn Ripley – Community Development who offered not only support but guidance on how we can reach our target. We are truly grateful.
This Saturday 30th November see’s us embark on our first ever ‘Thrive’ event at Crawley memorial park in our town centre.
We will be showcasing our Mobile Gymnastics alongside our fund raising ideas. Including our raffle where you can win an authentically signed Lewis Hamilton photo (courtesy of our F1 Petronas connection), and just in Jemma Joanne Hairdressing has kindly donated a free cut and blow dry to add to the many fantastic prizes available.
If your free this Saturday, and want to see some great artists, and support a worthy ‘Community Event’ then come on down and have some fun.
When asked how we’re feeling about our project going live…
The only comparison we can make, is it’s like strapping yourself in to the scariest roller coaster ride in the world, whilst blindfolded.
The inital feeling of excitement as the seat clicks on it’s ascent, is quickly replaced by fear when the pinnacle has been reached and you know there is no turning back! Even if you wanted to.
Whether it’s the rush of wind or stomach nausea that triggers your scream reflex, hurtling downwards at warp speed into unknown territory immediately turns euphoric whoop’s in to what if’s?
Fortunately we have your support, helping us through this ride. As alone the journey would be increasingly daunting.
To understand why we were screaming at a point where we should be whooping, we sought council from one of our influential freinds who said… ‘Full public exposure is scary, and ironically is precisely what this project is about’.
Nodding in agreement whilst disguising my need for elaboration bought me time to ask ‘In what sense?
‘Once mobile, NW will be able to reach more areas exposing more children to a previously unknown commodity of a mobile gymnasium. Providing a mechanism to help more children become active, can only be positive. Furthermore the courage it takes to try something new, is precisely the courage needed to achieve this. Therefore enjoy the ride’.
Articulately put, and immediately made me want to re wrtie previous posts as he captured the esscence of the project in one paragraph.
In summary, we are still screaming on the way down, however with your fantastic support, the courage to let go of the rails is building.