Omaha, NE, July 12, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- FITGirl, Inc. is empowering young girls to positively change the way they feel about themselves by introducing them to a variety of wellness activities and positive roles models who will help girls develop healthy habits that will set cadence for life. The FITGirl, Inc. Empowerment Summer Camp will be held July 16-18th for 8-11 year olds and July 23-25th for 12-14 year olds at Platte River State Park in Louisville, NE.
The three day camp is reshaping the day-camp scene with awesome activities that include yoga, meditation, journaling, hip-hop fitness, kayaking, personal hygiene tips, self defense classes and nutrition with a huge focus on self-esteem, body image and inner dialogue.
Dickmeyer, camp founder, said FITGirl, Inc. camp is already receiving national recognition and has had families as far as Colorado attend the last two years.
The camp has brought together the best wellness trainers and empowerment speakers in Omaha, including Ms Nebraska. There are many studies that conclude physical activity leads to higher self-esteem, especially among younger adolescent girls and girls who are overweight. However, as early as ten years of age, girls begin to become more sedentary, and their activity levels dropping by as much as 83 percent as they transition through adolescence.
"I think our programming is top notch, I have yet to see a camp that offers the variety, quality, and caliber of programming that FITGirl, Inc. camp does," says Dickmeyer. "Having two teen girls myself and watching their struggles unfold daily, my goal is for each FITGirl to leave the camp equipped with skills that will help them develop and maintain healthy lifestyles, become more confident in their decisions and capitalize on their own unique abilities."
For more information on FITGirl, Inc. Empowerment Summer Camp, visit www.fitgirlinc.com.
About FITGirl, Inc.: At FITGirl, Inc. our mission is to empower young girls as they develop and mature by demonstrating positive lifestyle choices; physical, mental, relational and nutritional.