fun for everyone!
Keep your entire family active and healthy, no matter what
Let your children play in a safe, supervised environment while you work
Our interactive daycare area is for children ages 6 months-6 years. Our
Clubhouse area is for children ages 7 to 12 and includes several interactive
games such as the 'Dance Dance Revolution' , Eye Toy Playstation, and Gamebikes.
This service is free to members while using the facilities.
- Thursday 8:00AM to 2:00 PM
and 5:00 PM to 8:30 PM Friday 8:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Clubhouse Features the Makoto Machine!
What is Makoto?
The Makoto arena is a triangle, 8 feet from
base to apex, with indestructible 6-ft. steel posts rising from each corner.
Using your hands, feet, and/or staff, you respond to audio and visual prompts
from each post. Your reaction time and accuracy (actually hitting the lighted
area) are measured electronically, so you can compete with yourself or others.
The speed of the prompts is easily adjusted for varying abilities.
Why Use Makoto?
Therapists, trainers, educators, and athletes all remark on how Makoto achieves
their purpose while feeling more like a game than "therapy" or "training." And
we all know we work hardest when we're at play. Frequently integrated into the
training schedule of professional sports teams, Makoto increases the neurological
connections between the brain and the body resulting in improved mental acuity,
cognitive ability, reaction time and overall better coordination and performance.
Most importantly, Makoto improves your mental focus and physical abilities
while you're having fun. The Makoto arena measures your reaction time and accuracy,
so each time you try it you are given a benchmark to improve upon. The sound
and light frequency can be set according to each person's ability.
games and usage (for personal training, intra-team competition, intramurals,
etc.) are listed within Makotocols, a guidebook of Makoto games. Some professional
teams, such as the Denver Nuggets, use Makoto in team tryouts, measuring the
physical and mental reactions of players.
For more information, visit www.makoto-usa.com