Exercise for kids is important. Exercise for kids with unique and special needs especially so.
Our goal is to develop a practice that promotes vigorous exercise and movement literacy for all of the kids and young adults we work with. It is about building lifelong physical skills.
"Go play outside and burn off some energy" doesn't always work for some.
Thursday 18 April 2013
A LinkedIn Letter
I am just sharing to my Twitter contacts a note I sent to my LinkedIn followers: On Thu April 18 2013, Malcolm Chrystal wrote:
First off, to many of you who I have never met in person, hello and thank you for becoming one of my connections.
I am contacting my connections to share what I am doing in my practice Exercise is Therapy. Simply put I provide exercise and fitness sessions for people with special needs.
My main focus is children with autism.
My request of you, if you could be so kind,is to share what I do with your clients, colleagues, friends, and family. Hopefully my service is something that might be of interest. I am located in the Greater Vancouver area.
I would be more than happy to be in direct contact with you if you need more information about my practice.