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CHF Media brings Animal Fu to preschoolers

CHF Media Media Group, the multi-BAFTA award-winning organisation synonymous with high-quality children’s entertainment, has collaborated with Everyone Active to bring a new children’s fitness and dance concept to life.

The entertainment company behind Pip Ahoy!, Daisy and Ollie and Wind in the Willows has teamed up with the fitness company to launch Animal Fu, a character-based activity based on the martial arts concept and aimed at children aged three upwards.

Animal Fu creates the building blocks of physical fitness, balance, flexibility, stamina and good all-round co-ordination. The new programme will combine the training with animal characters, music-led activities, signature moves, stories, sounds and collectible merchandise, creating an original, engaging activity.

Commenting on the forthcoming launch, Animal Fu founder Linda Hall said: “I am passionate about teaching child fitness, health and well-being,” said founder Linda Hall. “With the support of my partners at CHF Media, we are set to bring Animal Fu to even more Everyone Active leisure centres during 2018.”

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