The Little Gym

October 16, 2020

Membership Type

Bronze Member


GNI LLC is the franchisee of The Little Gym based in Yerevan and the first one in the Caucasus region. The Little Gym is the leading child development program in the world for the past 43 years.  It currently includes 450 gyms in 36 countries.  150,000 children experience The Little Gym program on a weekly basis around the world.

What makes The Little Gym program unique is that it works with children (age: from 10 months till 12 years)  to develop their life skills so that they can build the confidence to reach their goals.  It allows children to feel challenged and successful while progressing at their own comfortable pace.  The Little Gym environment is fun, nurturing and musical. The Little Gym environment is fun, but our purpose is more serious.

A couple of examples of what The Little Gym program does for children around the world and now also in Yerevan.

  • Get moving is all about physical development. For a healthy body, we need to move. We need to build our muscles and our bones for our body to grow and function properly. Starting from birth, we are destined to move.  At The Little Gym Yerevan, we develop the physical body so that it can be flexible, have strength, balance and coordination.  This allows us to get out of bed everyday healthy, and gives us the opportunity to be educated, be active in sports, travel, feed ourselves, etc.
  • Brain boost is all about brain development. Nurturing listening skills, concentration and decision-making that benefit your child well beyond the gym. This will prepare children to go to school, to learn to write, to follow instructions, to listen to the teacher and to concentrate on their learning.
  • Life skills. How can we all get along without social skills and communication? At The Little Gym, we promote sharing, teamwork, cooperation and leadership through spending time with friends and peers. It allows children to be prepared for school and when they get older to work as well as building long-lasting relationships.  This is true for children who have developed friendships for life but also for their parents.


Viktorya Karapetyan