Healthy, happy girls make strong communities
Sole Girls is a successful organization aimed at creating and helping the development of healthy, happy and strong girls and is coming to Surrey this spring. If you are looking for an amazing experience to work with girls and develop your leadership skills this summer, then you’ve come to the right place!
Ashley Wiles founded Sole Girls some 24 months ago in effort to help tweenage girls to improve their lives, strengthen their running abilities and all of that supplemented with support aimed to build their confidence, and self esteem.
Girls who have mentors are 2.5 times more likely to feel successful, and our parents report 95% of their daughters are more confident after attending Sole Girls.
Sole Girls participants are girls ages 8-12 of all running abilities. Girls are encouraged to run, walk, skip or hop (whatever they feel comfortable doing). Through the 9 week training they will learn goal setting and achievement, healthy living habits, and how to deal with peer challenges, media, self-doubt and lots more! Celebration of the great success at the end of program will be a 5k run through which girls will show how far they moved since the start of training.
We are SOLE excited to be part of the South Surrey community and build that community with tweens.
– Ashley Wiles
Would you like to be a Sole Girl?
Here’s what your Registration includes:
• 9 weeks of Sole Girls curriculum
• Professional coaching certified with High 5 and CPR/First Aid (Red Cross certification).
• Police screened coaches.
• Lesson Workbooks and all program materials; ongoing support from the coaches.
• Awards for all of the girls that recognize achievement, effort, and uniqueness!
• Sole Girls T-shirts
• A fun, social, supportive and interactive atmosphere.
• New self-confidence, new friends, positive and healthy living ideas,
new problem solving skills!
Place | Semiahmoo Athletic Club, 15165 Russell Ave. White Rock, BC
Time | Saturdays from 3:00pm to 5:45pm
Cost | $295
Dates | March 28th to May 30th 2015 (May 24th Run)