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Shake It Off Folsom

Dec 28, 2015 05:27PM ● Published by Style

We all know how important it is for kids to have excellent reflexes and coordination, for them to burn off energy and build strong muscles and bones, but let’s face it: During the winter months we’re more concerned about the burning off energy part. Parents want to be jolly, not driven mad. Turns out, getting your kids off the couch (whether they’re lazing on it or running across it) and out into the great wide world of indoor fun is good for their mental sanity, too. So, get them out on a Thursday night, a Saturday morning, or (if we’re talking toddlers) a Wednesday at 10 a.m.—whatever it takes to add more sweat and less marshmallows to those winter traditions.


Folsom Historic District’s Magical Ice Rink invites you to skate every day of the week from now through January 18. Check their website for the 90-minute session start times. $10 for adults, $8 for kids 8 and under; $3 skate rental.


Come and do your best to avoid the gutter at FLB Entertainment Center, the Folsom bowling alley with plenty of good food and fun. If your kids get really strike-happy, sign them up for a league. $3.75 for shoe rental; lane rentals start at $15.


You totally need a wall-to-wall trampoline in your life, and a foam pit doesn’t hurt either. (Like, at all.) On Saturdays, you’ll pay $12 an hour per person at Sky High Sports in Rancho Cordova, but on Thursdays, a family of four can jump for $35 with a pizza included. Munchkin Monday for kids 6 and under starts at 11 a.m. and costs $6.
Kid’s Camp in El Dorado Hills has a new party center whose friendly team welcomes drop-in jumpers Tuesday through Sunday. Parties are kept private only for the pizza and presents part, so everyone can have fun year-round. $7 per person for 2 hours; free for kids 2 and under.

4 / YOGA

At Zuda Yoga in Folsom, kids ages 5-11 can gain an introduction to the mind-body connection and learn both simple and complex yoga poses. Classes are on Saturdays at 9:30 a.m. and last 75 minutes. $10 per class.
At Radiant Yoga in El Dorado Hills, little yogis ages 4-12 practice vinyasa poses and yogic breath every Wednesday from 3:15-4 p.m. $5 drop-in fee.


Hawkins School of Dance has been an area-authority in performing arts for quite some time now. With new classes for the littlest dancers like “Me and My Shadow” and “Storybook Ballet,” you really cannot go wrong. Half-hour classes are $45 per month and one-hour classes are $60.

by Dayana Stockdale

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