Everyone starts somewhere…why not start your love of fitness at an early age?
As the saying goes, give them Roots and Wings. Joy of fitness at an early age helps children develop to their full potential, physically and mentally…..and above all else, it’s fun!(and who doesn’t soar high when they’re having fun?)
Our coaches will meet your kids at their current level and help propel them far beyond it. Some kids come to us able to run a mile in 5 minutes – and some in 15 minutes – and some can’t at all! Regardless what your child can do, he/she can benefit from the same program as the others, whether it’s to improve a sport or agility, or just to ignite an interest in exercise. We scale load and intensity for each participant without changing the fundamental program.
EVF Kids Spring & Fall Semesters
16-week semesters, running September to January and January through June
EVF Upper East Side
1623 York Avenue (between 85th and 86th Streets), 212-288-8045
Toddler Class, Ages 3-5 yrs: Monday from 3 to 3:45 p.m. (Fun and games that teach stability, coordination and balance!) Ages 8-12: Monday and/or Wednesday from 4 to 4:45 p.m. Ages 13-17: Monday and/or Wednesday from 4:45 to 5:30 p.m.
EVF Columbus Circle
555 West 59th Street (between 10th and 11th Avenues), 212-757-6035
Ages 8-12: Tuesday and/or Thursday from 4 to 4:45 p.m. Ages 13-17: Tuesday and/or Thursday from 4:45 to 5:30 p.m.
EVF Kids Pricing
Memberships packages are available for either weekly or biweekly classes for the 16-week period 1 x week membership – $675 2 x week membership – $1300
* Upper East Side – Toddlers Class Ten-class Pack: $275. $20 for first-time drop-ins; $30 for additional drop-ins.
Like our EVF Kids Facebook Page to stay up to date on events, articles, and announcements!
See other programs we offer >>
‘I saw a group of kids who were just excited about fitness and were very vocal in how much of a positive impact it is having on their life.”
– Paula Faris – Good Morning America
‘I’m playing ice hockey better than ever!”
– Anonymous 10 year old
“We may not be able to prepare the future for our children, but we can at least prepare our children for the future.”
— Franklin Delano Roosevelt