Aikido & Chinese Elementary School Bridging Course (EC)
This summer course retains the Chinese Elementary School Bridging Course which was highly regarded by parents last year, while also offering "Aikido," a Japanese martial art and kindergarten summer sports. Aikido is designed to teach kids the principles of self-defense and body balancing exercises. Parents can choose between either a summer sports participation certificate or Japanese "Aikido" course official certificate. Register by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or visiting their website www.montessorisos.com.
Join a small and intimate yoga session at GoEast’s Shanghai Library campus. You will learn basic moves as well as some meditation by Angela from Yogalovers. Total beginners are most welcome. Please bring your own mat. 100rmb.
Three days of training with expert coaches from Stoke City FC Academy at WISS who will teach them the best techniques, moves, and strategies to make your child shine on the pitch. Three days, 1,500rmb.
Community, Sports & Recreation
on Wed Dec 18 2019
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