Ninja Park's A-Team

With practice, perseverance, and determination any obstacle can be overcome.
— Garrett Takach, awarded "Hero of Autism" in 2016 by the New Mexico Autism Society

 

Ninja Park's A-Team program provides personal training to kids with autism at significantly discounted prices. 

Our goal is teach kids that with practice, perseverance, and determination any obstacle can be conquered. We use fun obstacles to instill this mindset as well as to teach the kids how to lead an active and healthy lifestyle. 

We fund this program with help from the New Mexico Autism Society and by raising money in creative ways. 

Right now we are raising money by selling the Hero of Autism shirts that Garrett Takach wore when respresenting this cause on Season 10 of American Ninja Warrior. 

Each shirt is $15.00 and 100% goes towards funding this program. If you would like to help us in this cause, please stop by and buy a shirt! 

 

 

Pricing: 

For new members we currently offer an 8 Session Personal Training Package with one of our Certified Personal Trainers for only $150.00

For summer '18 only, we're giving our A-Team our 24 pack for only $480

Contact us at (505) 883-9203 for more information. 

Before finding Ninja Park Santi struggled with strength and coordination. He had a hard time in PE in school and he is now one of the top kiddos in his class. Aside from helping with his core strength and balance, Ninja Park is helping Santi with skills he can carry with him into other aspects his life, mainly following directions and fighting through when things get hard. Santi has learned the true meaning of perseverance as his trainer pushes him to the limits. Santi has a great time while aslo working on important life skills that will help him as he grows.
— Hector M
Our son is a sixteen year old with autism. The supportive atmosphere, combined with obstacles that offer progressive difficulty and skill levels at Ninja Park immediately appealed to him. He now trains twice a week at Ninja Park and has benefited greatly, not only in physical development and strength, but more importantly he gains confidence in his abilities to tackle everyday challenges with a measured, graduated approach that lowers his anxiety and builds his confidence. Garret’s training has molded Dylan into a lean, strong young man who feels better about himself.
— Shara A
Since joining the A-Team last October, Aidan has improved his core strength and motor skills. He also is working on the additional senses, vestibular and proprioception. He has fun working with Travis making a game out of the activities-all while improving his social skills too!
We’re so glad Ninja Park is here for us!!
— Laura Warmerdam