Help us celebrate 4th of July with this Gym Membership + Rock Shop Special! Receive a $25 Rock Shop gift card when you buy a Rock Gold Pass! Click here to shop online.
On July 16th, join us for a day celebrating inclusion for ALL! This will be a FREE event for the community with 30+ full-inclusive resource vendors, music, food, entertainment, and much more! RSVP Here
We’re celebrating Dad with this special Father’s Day event! Stop by on June 18th and enjoy 3 Open Plays for $27 and 3 hours of Break time for $27. There will also be complimentary coffee and donuts to look forward to!
Hurry! Save on our Summer School’s Out Program Special! Register before June 16th and get a discounted rate of $195 per week. Click here to learn about our Summer School’s Out Program and give us a call to reserve your spot: (818) 708-0860
Hey We Rockers! Join us as we celebrate Memorial Day this Monday, May 29th. Receive a $25 Rock Shop Gift Card to the Rock Shop when you buy a membership! Click here to shop online!
Let’s Light it up Blue for Autism Awareness We’re celebrating Autism Awareness month with a Buy One, Get One Free special on Open Play! Wear blue to our gym and enjoy this offer all month long!
We Rock on Wheels is coming to town! The fun, mobile version of We Rock the Spectrum Kid’s Gym is now available in Tarzana. With We Rock on Wheels, we bring the Sensory Play to you! Why Wheels We Rock the Spectrum Kid’s Gym for All Kids originally opened up as a way to
When school is out for session or out for the summer, We Rock the Spectrum Kid’s Gym – Tarzana is here to help! During our School’s Out Program, we offer a range of day-long activities for children of all abilities. So don’t stress when your child is home from school with nothing to do, instead
Play is one of the easiest ways for a child to learn about their surroundings and develop fundamental life skills. Sensory play is any activity that stimulates a child’s senses such as touch, sound, taste, sight, and smell. Allowing your child the opportunity to freely explore with sensory activities helps to facilitate understanding and creativity.
What does it mean to be a sensory-safe gym for ALL kids? At We Rock the Spectrum Kid’s Gym in Tarzana, it means making sure that we provide a safe environment for all children. We believe in inclusion (especially when it comes to play) and we see firsthand every day how this ideology benefits not only children on the spectrum or with special needs, but neurotypical children as well. Allowing ALL children to play and learn together teaches them understanding, compassion, and helps to spread awareness — and that’s what we’re all about.
At We Rock the Spectrum Kid’s Gym in Tarzana, we see firsthand everyday how important exercise is for children — especially children on the spectrum. It helps them get their energy out, focus and learn about their body, and can improve everything from digestion and sleep schedules to anxiety. In fact, studies have shown that
Halloween is a family-friendly holiday that’s especially exciting for younger children. It’s a time once a year where they can dress up in rockin’ costumes, stay out late, explore their neighborhood, and — most importantly — make childhood memories that will last them a lifetime. If your child has autism, there’s no reason he or
We Rock the Spectrum Kid’s Gym wouldn’t be what it is today without an amazing team working behind the scenes at our corporate office and front and center at the gym. Having the right team members in place is key to any successful business, but when it comes to working with children, it takes a
Being a mother, wife and entrepreneur is not an easy balance in life. I continue to remind myself just how lucky I am to have Sophia and Gabriel as my children. Without them, my path would not be what it is today. It feels so strange when I hear someone say they don’t believe in
The child who lives with Autism may look “normal” but his or her behavior can be perplexing and downright difficult. Today, the citadel of autism, once thought of as an incurable disorder, is cracking around the foundation. Every day, individuals with autism show us they can overcome, compensate for, and otherwise manage many of the