Children’s Programme

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KIDS FITNESS
At Sculptasse we offer kids a platform to channelize their energy through fitness activities. The Creative Movement program includes movement and activity taught through games, musical storytelling, props, and development of basic concepts like rhythm, directionality, perception, and memory. This is a joyful way for children to explore movement through music, channel energy, stimulate imagination and promote creativity. We also offer a Ballet program, where we focus on posture, position, flexibility and the performances. Certification courses are also offered.
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Creative Movement (Click here to watch Video)

Rhythmus HappyFeet has designed this curriculum for kids aged 3-5 years, to help develop motor coordination, increase spatial and rhythmic awareness, and to provide a positive learning experience. The program includes creative moving taught through games, musical storytelling, props, and development of basic concepts like rhythm, directionality, perception, and memory. This is a joyful way for children to explore movement through music, channel energy, stimulate imagination and promote creativity.

Ballet (Click here to watch Video)

Bring to life the magical world of fairies with Rhythmus Happyfeet ballet, where the foundation of knowledge is built in a sturdy manner. At an age (5-7 years) where flexibility comes to kids effortlessly, we focus on posture, position, flexibility and the performances. Rhythmus Happyfeet’s ballet division for age 7+ is also affiliated to Ballet Manila, a prestigious 20 year old Ballet company.

Zumbini (Click here to watch Video)

The Zumbini™ program is a child-focused journey into the world of music, movement and dance!
Zumbini™ is a music and movement class that children ages 0 to 4 years attend with their parent or caregiver(s). Class is fun, energetic, and full of contemporary music with world beats. It is child appropriate, grown-up friendly, and of course, full of fun “Zumba” flavor.
Children wiggle, dance, sing, and move using their bodies, rhythmic instruments, and scarves, to encourage, develop and enhance their natural rhythm and musicality.

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