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Monkeynastix is a broad-based, holistic programme that combines creativity, music and storytelling with basic training in flexibility, balance, strength, agility, co-ordination and body awareness.

We strive to develop confidence and a positive self-image in a fun and challenging environment.


Using our specialized equipment and positive reinforcement Monkeynastix helps kids develop good habits in the area of physical activity and healthy living. Children leave Monkeynastix feeling happy, confident and energized!

Our creative and engaging approach to movement encourages children to learn and develop in a safe, FUNtastic environment. Your child will love and learn from each energy packed lessons.​


Children need to repeat movements thousands of times in many different ways to master and gain confidence.

Why Monkeynastix?


Movement is as natural to children as breathing and almost as essential.

The Monkeynastix programme provides children with a myriad of different movement experiences in different contexts in order for them to discover the unlimited possibilities that exist in physical activity.

Today’s children are not moving nearly as much as previous generations. Modem living, easy access to fast food, television and computers all contribute to the fact that children are more passive, generally overweight and in many cases obese.

How The Programme Works!

A qualified instructor will visit the venue once per week to present the 40 minute class.

Each class consists of:

  • Warm-up

  • Locomotion activities

  • Cardio fitness

  • Speed and agility

  • Main activity with specialized equipment

  • Cool down

Classes are currently presented to more than 40,000 children in this age group Worldwide!

Sample Lesson Plan (Term 1)

   Lesson                    Goal

1 Music & Fun:           To introduce children to the programme. Fun day for all.

2 Beam:                    To develop balance, concentration, depth perception and laterality.

3 P-bar:                     Gross motor skills, strength, confidence, balance and spatial orientation.

4 Floor:                     To teach basic floor skills and body conditioning. (Vestibular and Proprioceptive)

5 Balls:                      Manipulative eye-hand, eye-foot co-ordination

6 Trampoline:             To develop gross motor co-ordination, balance, kinesthesia & spatial orientation.

7 Quoits:                    Object Manipulation, fine motor skills

8 Springboards:          To develop gross motor co-ordination, balance

9 Beam (Incline):        Stability and Body Control

10 High bar:               To develop general strength, spatial orientation, co-ordination & confidence.

11 Post box and Floor: Vestibular and Proprioceptive

12 Noodles:                Object manipulation, fine motor skills


*Note: Lesson plans change with each school term



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