Stacey Martin is one of our newest certified FLYAROO Fitness Instructors this fall! She sped through her training and excelled in every assignment. We’re so proud and excited to have a talented and successful woman on our #FLYAROOteam! Out of all the fitness programs out in the market, why did you choose FLYAROO Fitness? I chose FLYAROO because it is a program created specifically for children, with an academic component along with the movement activities. Dance has always been a … Continue reading

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  We love to read success stories. Success in companies, success in personal journeys, success in overcoming obstacles… but what about all the failures that occurred before the destination was reached? We all fail on a regular basis. You can’t have success without some failure in your lifetime. I know that Ashley and I personally failed in many aspects of our lives, and professionally failed to get to where we are today. I can’t speak for my business partner, but … Continue reading


Keep Your Mind Young Through Imaginative Play As a society, we are in the constant search for the fountain of youth. To keep our body young, we make the choice to exercise and eat a healthy diet filled with fruits, lean meats and vegetables. We use anti-aging and SPF creams to keep our skin vibrant and protected from the sun’s dangerous rays. We may also try a new haircut inspired by young hollywood stars we see on TV. But what … Continue reading

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Help Your Kids Choose ‘Strong’ Over ‘Skinny’ 9 ways to encourage your children to live healthy while keeping a healthy attitude Healthy Balance Whether by social media or Hollywood’s influence, feeling the pressures of #thinspiration is a biggie these days for kids. So, as parents, how do you strike the balanceof encouraging them to be healthy without obsessing over their jeans size? Ahead are some tips from Ethel Baumberg—co-founder of FLYAROO Fitness—who teaches health and fitness habits to kids as … Continue reading

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This is a story of how I went from the mute child to the spokesperson for FLYAROO Fitness. I was 3 years old when I was pulled from my preschool class and into a psychologist’s office with my parents. “Ethel, why don’t you talk in class?”, they all asked. I’m pretty sure my reasons were: I’m used to my big sister running the show at home I nod, isn’t that enough? Ask my mom about the time I hid in … Continue reading

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