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Every Wednesday afternoon from 15:00 to 17:00, Friends call me Jim turns into a playground of endless adventures for families.
During this action-packed afternoon, an energetic exercise class – guided by an experienced coach – starts every 20 minutes. Kids move through magical stories and parcours with the Jims, while parents socialize and enjoy complimentary coffee in the lounge.
Yes, you’re welcome to arrive anytime between 15:00 and 17:00. Please note that the last session of classes ends at 17:00. We recommend staying for (at least) an hour to get the most out of your Jim Time!
Since children will go in and out of the studios, it’s good for them to see a familiar face when they come out of the class. A team, made up of two coaches and one host, is present, but they can’t look after all the children when they’re out of their class.
As a parent you can stay in the lounge area and look at your child through the glass wall. You can grab a complimentary coffee, tea or water. There will be some reading material, and you can access the free WiFi.
Yes, siblings under the age of 2 are welcome to stay during Jim Time, free of charge. Since they are too young to participate in the classes, they are welcome to use the play area for them, draw at the big table, or grab a fruit snack.
An activity lasts for 20 minutes and takes place in the magical and playful Jim studios. Classes start with a warm up, followed by different exercises to develop a wide range of physical and cognitive skills.
Along with their peers, children have the opportunity to experience short, energetic classes in both the Playscape and the Lightscape studios. The Playscape is a studio with cutting-edge equipment and play structures for parcours adventures; the Lightscape is a studio with wall and floor projections that immerse children in magical, animated stories with the Jim Family.
Between every 20-minute session there’s a break to re-energize with water and fruit. After that, children can decide to join the next round of classes, or to take a break at the big drawing table.
Special clothes are not necessary. Have your child wear comfy clothes and be prepared to move barefoot or with grip socks.
Yes, it’s possible to walk in and buy your ticket at the studio. However, we recommend booking in advance, since Jim Time has a set maximum capacity and can sell out quickly.