Our ninja activities are scaled to fit your child’s individual abilities and instill athletes with skills that will last a lifetime.
Our ninja training combines a variety of skills including climbing, gymnastics, cross-training, running, and more.
SOME OF THE AMAZING BENEFITS PARENTS WILL SEE
You will see your child transform; becoming stronger, happier, and more confident.
Improvement in Balance
Students will be challenged to traverse from element to element, to climb or go under or over obstacles, and more. Through these activities, students will be learning how to control and balance themselves in a variety of challenging scenarios.
Healthy Joints and Bones
Participating in weight-bearing activities strengthens muscles and joints, and promotes increased bone density. Studies have shown that bone and joint health in adults can be traced to physical activity as a child.
PREPARATION FOR OTHER SPORTS AND ACTIVITIES
Ninja training builds strength, agility, flexibility, confidence and more. Whether your child goes on to compete on the field or the court, the fitness they build with us will give them a boost, physically and mentally.
The impossible becomes
possible with hard work and
practice over time.
Learning how to
control their bodies
Working to complete obstacle
courses creates opportunities
for your child to learn how to
use their body weight and
muscles to their advantage.
Our expert ninja instructors
challenge each individual
student setting them up for
success. Ninjas will gain
confidence as they work hard,
and improve weekly.
THIS PROGRAM HAS IT ALL
The ninja training combines a variety of skills including climbing, gymnastics, cross-training, running, and more. Your child will gain strength, conditioning, and confidence as they grow increasingly more proficient at traversing land-based and aerial ninja elements in our 18,000 sq. ft facility.
“Ninja training is all about physical and mental endurance, resilience, and persistence. Teaching this through structured training will help your child develop their discipline, focus, and confidence as they consistently grow their skills in an engaging environment.”
- Chris Behrle,
Ninja Program Director
Ninja training classes are approximately one hour each and are held once per week for $129/month. If your child wants to attend more than one session the second class is $10 off. Check out the class schedule here: mPower Athletics 2024 Class Schedule (as of 1.25.24)
Have your child wear comfortable clothing and pack a water bottle.
This program is designed for those aged 4 and up!
What should my child wear?
Ninja students should wear clothing they can easily move around in. Clothing shouldn’t be too baggy, long hair should be pulled back, and jewelry, socks/shoes should be left in the changing area. Don’t forget to bring a water bottle.
How long is a session?
Our ninja programs run on a monthly basis. Students will be auto-enrolled after their initial registration. We do require 30 days' notice if you’re looking to take a break or need to stop enrollment altogether.
What if we need to miss a class?
We understand how hard it can be to juggle all those schedules. If your child can’t attend their regularly scheduled class we offer make ups! Students can make up their missed class; classes need to be made up in the month they are missed.
Can we try it out first?
Absolutely! We’d love to see you for a complimentary trial class.
Do I need to wait until next month to enroll?
Join in now! We can prorate the month for you so there is no need to wait to register.
Am I required to stay during the class?
We only require parents to stay if children aren’t fully potty trained or if you’ve signed up for our parent-assisted program. Other than that, we encourage you to take an hour or so back for yourself, run some errands, or read a book while you wait for your child.
What days are there no classes?
Family time is important to us, so we give our instructors and staff some holidays off.
Here is a list of when classes won’t be running:
- Christmas Eve-New Years Day
- School vacation weeks
- Memorial Day
- July 4th
- Labor Day
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