ALL n RHYTHM – Family Entertainment Centre

Keri Keri
All year round. Closed Mon

Trampolines, parkour, jump, laser tag, adult classes and holiday programmes. Great for kids birthday parties!

Plenty for the kids but what about for you? If you’ve ever wanted to try any of some of the Latin genres of dancing then this is your opportunity to give it a go and experience the joy of Latin and hip hop. Samba, salsa, cha cha, Charleston, jive and hip hop fusion. Bring your heels or sneakers with a smile ready to have some fun. For something more demanding, Kerikeri Pole Fitness is on a mission is to enrich the life of the everyday woman through this unique and innovative dance fitness platform. Pole fitness improves strength, reduces body fat, builds endurance, flexibility, posture, and boosts self confidence in an exciting fun way.



For more info visit:

ALL n RHYTHM – Family Entertainment Centre


57c Cobham Rd


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