What child, or adult for that matter, wouldn’t want to learn circus skills, take part in aerial classes or a Parkour style program called FreeG?
If these sound like something you’d like to do, Southport Performance Centre offers all of this and heaps more seven days a week, and, they accept full Qoin as payment.
Established as a training space in 2005, this fun-filled facility hosts birthday parties, martial arts, and holiday/ninja camps for kids.
“We have just partnered with allied health services to provide our facility to use for the rehabilitation from kids to adults, as well as the speech pathology so that they can do it in one venue,” said owner Alex Schukim.
Very popular with families on weekends and during school holidays, Southport Performance Centre, which is located at the back of Southport Central, across the road from the Coast’s elite secondary school TSS, Alex and his team at SPC offer free trials and welcome everyone – young and old to come and enjoy the facilities.
“Usually it’s busy from Mondays, Tuesdays and on Saturdays and Sundays, but Thursday and Friday afternoons is where we would like to see more customers coming through,” noted Alex.
“Anywhere from three’o’clock onward we’ve got plenty of rooms available.”
A year ago, Alix signed SPC up as a Qoin Merchant and it’s going well for him.
“Qoin has helped us bring a lot of new customers to the business, those people who had never heard of us,” he said.
“We offer 100 per cent Qoin on all of our activities, classes, birthday parties, we have rooms for hire, it’s all available on Qoin.
Alix said that as well as being a great way of promoting his business to a new client base, it has generated an alternative revenue stream.
“I definitely recommend it, so come in, spend your Qoin with us. You can have the whole day of fun activities or for just one hour, two hours, three hours, it’s up to you as to how much energy you want to burn.”
For more information about what’s offered at the Southport Super Performance Centre or to book a free trial session, head to the website.
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