Parent-child bodypump (age 4-6; age 7-11)

Gym hall of Collège de l'Elysée, next to the football field

Avenue de l'Elysée 6, 1006 Lausanne

Body Pump


14:00 - 16:20

Members only event

Age group

Recommended for children age 4-11. Younger brothers and sisters are welcome to spectate but they will not be able to follow the session (they can watch and play).

Important - times for this event:

Age 7-11 doors open at 2pm;
course 2.15-3.15pm

Age 4-6 doors open at 3.05pm;
course 3.20-4.20pm

More information

The course

Fancy a motivating workout to music, with a fitness trend you can continue at home? This week Jotna Move On will offer you the chance to try bodypump – scientifically proven to boost your fitness and strength.

All families with a child age 4 to 11 are welcome to come and have a go – no special skills needed, no particular fitness level expected.

Attendance is free of charge. Registration is essential.

The important stuff

It is recommended to do the session in indoor sports shoes. You’ll need a bottle of water. Please put your name on it.

Our only rule

Be prepared to have a go! All our activities are designed for a child with an adult (or 1 child + 2 adults; or 1 adult + 3 children; or 3 adults + 1 child; but never just the little people…)

How to book

To reserve places for you and your family, please follow these four simple steps:

1. Register as a member of Active Parents Active Kids – it’s free and easy to join! Membership will allow you to book places on our free parent and child sports classes on Sunday afternoons in Lausanne.

2. Once you have registered as a member, create a username and password.

3. Next, add each member of your family in the “Manage my family” section of the member area.

4. Finally, sign up each member of your family for the event, in the “Register the family” section of the member area.

Next time, you will be able to sign up everybody with just one click per person!

Our partner for this event

Jotna Move On s a non-profit association promoting movement, well-being and health through sport and dance.