By: Sharon Aron Baron
WowMoms World in Coral Springs was only a few months old when their doors shut due to COVID-19.
Opening back in January, the 4,500 square foot facility now requires reservations to allow for proper cleaning and sanitizing protocols in between guest visits.
They have also reopened their indoor private swimming lessons and flotation therapy sessions starting from six weeks up to four-years-old.
Part of the WOWMoms culture is the absence of battery-operated toys, electronics, and plastics. It’s back to the basics with wooden play elements throughout the center.
Offering family-fitness classes from yoga to martial arts, dance, boot camp, and more, they also have an art studio, and an after-school care program, where children can get homework help.
But that’s not all.
WOWMoms World is practically an indoor playground for parents as well, with adult fitness classes, and spa services with built-in childcare.
Franchisee Tiffany Naya said the concept allows moms to have the best of both worlds.
“It’s a place for infants and toddlers that still keeps the parents in mind,” she said.
WOWMoms World offers multiple membership options as well as a-la-carte choices, including one-on-one nanny care. Members will receive discounts on classes, and their nanny service is complimentary.
“Being able to come back to WowMoms has created some type of normalcy for me and my family with everything going on. Its a place where we feel safe with all of the precautions they have taken,” said a member.
Visit WOWMoms World at 2902 University Drive at The Walk in Coral Springs.
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