Values and Beliefs
Why do we offer recreational non-competitive fitness programs?
According to the American College of Sports Medicine, children who are involved in non-competitive sports have higher overall levels of physical activity. Mini-Nastics offers opportunities for children to engage in positive physically active play.
The 2013 Active Healthy Kids Canada Report States:
The 2010 report From Playpen to Playground by Dr. Jeffery Trawick-Smith Reports:
The Canadian Society of Exercise Physiology in 2013 states:
Our mission is to help young children become, and stay, physically active by providing programs that keep the focus on fun-filled interactive classes. Through the provision of healthy physical, emotional and social development, and under the guidance of certified educators and instructors, Mini-Nastics will provide a safe place for children to play and be active.
About Jason Dobson, OCT, BSM
Jason is entering his 7th year as owner of Mini-Nastics!
Jason's experience with children dates back to 2003 and he has served all kinds of roles including, Camp Counselor, Trip Supervisor, Volunteer, Primary / Junior Classroom teacher, Athletic Director, Coach and General Manager.
Jason graduated Brock University in 2007 with an Honours Degree in Sport Management.
In 2010 Jason graduated from UOIT with a degree in Education and was accepted into the Ontario College of Teachers.
Jason has completed additional qualifications in Physical Education from the Univiersity of Toronto in 2011.