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Girls Empowerment Fitness Class

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Strive High Fitness is an after school fitness class every Tuesday & Thursday night for girls ages, 11-16. Classes take place in a studio in Encino, CA!

Strive High fitness presents, GIRLS EMPOWERMENT FITNESS CLASS. This class is about more than just physical fitness. It’s about learning important life skills like mindfulness and teamwork. Coach Theresa Moriarty grew up being homeschooled and loved it! She created Strive High to help friendships bloom between group of girls outside of homeschooling. This program is open to any and all teenage girls. Strive High works to provide a fun and supportive community where girls can work on their self image in a non-competitive environment. It is everything that team sports gives you but without the competition. Girls do improv, play games, workout and develop lasting friendships. Check out the website for more information or call (323) 681-1647!

Resources: Academic enrichment (academic classes, tutoring, testing, etc.), Arts opportunities (art, music, theater, etc), Sports Opportunity
Area served:Encino
Location:16545 Ventura Blvd, Encino, CA 91436, USA

Girls Empowerment Fitness Class

16545 Ventura Blvd, Encino, CA 91436, USA

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