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Health and Hoops offers basketball for kids through group lessons, private lessons, school lessons, parties, and summer camps. Classes meet in either Barceloneta or Glories, depending up on the age of the child.
For kids from 5 to 9 years old: Thursdays 18:00-19:30 in Barceloneta For kids from ages 8: Sundays 11:00 in Glories
Dinamo Language Academy Located in El Born near the Arc de Triomf, Dinamo Academy is a smaller school with a lot of charm and some of the most affordable rates in town. Dinamo offers both part-time and intensive courses. Part-time classes meet twice a week and cost €90 a month, while intensive classes meet for two hours Monday-Thursday and cost €200 a month. Dinamo does not charge an enrollment fee and there are no costs for books or materials. In order to enroll, make an appointment via email or phone to meet at the school and take a short verbal test to gauge the right placement for your level of proficiency. The school itself is very chic, with stripped back styling and vintage blackboards. They can even help you get your NIE number if you plan on staying in the city for an extended period of time. About Meagan BellovinMeagan arrived in Barcelona in 2019, having left behind a full life of family, friends, and career in Austin, Texas. Originally educated as a journalist, Meagan taught children in her local public school system for nearly ten years before moving to Barcelona with her husband and dog. Since her arrival, she has embraced local living, taking Spanish classes, making new friends, and rediscovering her journalism past by writing for The Barcelona Edit.View all posts by Meagan Bellovin
Indoor Soccer Inspired by the best European football centres, GolaGol provides high quality indoor soccer infrastructures, including three 5-a-side pitches and a 7-a-side pitch built with premium synthetic turf. The center offers various options, from renting a pitch to organizing birthdays, amateurs or corporate championships and tournaments, or special events. GolaGol is the HQ of Adidas Spain and the Jordi Alba football academy. About TBE TeamView all posts by TBE Team
Get your jump on at CostaJump trampoline park! CostaJump is a trampoline park with more than ten different games all related to trampolines, including basketball, ninja course, a soccer field, wipe-out, activity pads, balance beam, and more. The facility also has an Olympic trampoline for double jumps and wall walking, plus a large free zone to practice flips. The park is available to celebrate birthdays where participants can win an entrance ticket in the basketball competition and the birthday boy/girl receives a selfie cam bracelet as a present. CostaJump also has a special program for corporate team-building events. The center may be a school field trip destination and also organizes camps during school vacations, during which children learn to jump and to do acrobatics. Groups are by age and level. CostaJump offers trained monitors in the park and friendly staff. Check website for additional locations. About TBE TeamView all posts by TBE Team
Mi-Mo Korean Cosmetics A recent addition to the Korean Cosmetics in Barcelona club, the relatively small Mi-Mo was started just a year ago by entrepreneur Tamara Kovkel. Despite a smaller storefront and online presence, Mi-Mo delivers a more affordable collection (sheet masks for only 1.50€) of unique Korean beauty treatments combined with one-on-one instruction about how to use Harry-Potter-potion style products, such as soothing placenta face masks, snail mucin serums, and spider web toners. A second location is coming at Calvet, 44. Most popular product: Secret Key Lemon Sparkling Peel Gel (13.60€) To Try: Gel-consistency toners that don’t require a cotton ball or swab. The folks at Mi-Mo have strong feelings about adhering to toner use, despite it being an extra step shoehorned between post-cleansing and pre-moisturizing. The delicious smelling Hyaluronic Moisture Toner from It’s Skin (16.99€) makes it easier to add it to your routine. About Meagan BellovinMeagan arrived in Barcelona in 2019, having left behind a full life of family, friends, and career in Austin, Texas. Originally educated as a journalist, Meagan taught children in her local public school system for nearly ten years before moving to Barcelona with her husband and dog. Since her arrival, she has embraced local living, taking Spanish classes, making new friends, and rediscovering her journalism past by writing for The Barcelona Edit.View all posts by Meagan Bellovin
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