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Address: 886-A Elm Street, Fayetteville, NC, 28303.
- Business Hours:
Monday – Closed
Saturday- Sunday 2-6
Check our calendar for Special Events and classes!
- Music – Bop, rattle and strum along to improve communication, social and fine motor skills.
- Infant Massage – Bond, reduce stress and improve muscle and brain stimulation for babies, 0 – 9 months.
- Yoga – Relaxation, breathing and stretching your way to a healthier child, improve gross motor skills, attention and strength.
- Brave Kids Night – For “Brave Kids” with special needs.
- Brave Teens Night – For “Brave Teens” with special needs (ages 12 -17 years).
- Social Skill Groups – Join others and enjoy activities suited for the whole group.
Bravery’s therapy inspired equipment provides a unique experience of “play with a purpose.”
We offer a retail area with popular sensory items and educational toys!
Parent Facilitated Play
We provide you the opportunity to engage with your child and to have quality, family fun!
“I am very excited for the Bravery Gym to open in the Fayetteville area. I am a mother of three and two of my children required extensive physical therapy and occupational therapy during the first several years of their life. I would have loved to have the option of taking them to a place where there is physical and developmental activities geared towards letting them play while working on milestones. I look forward to using this gym and seeing the progress they can make while in a safe yet challenging environment!”Jena
“Most parents understand that for children in the early developmental stages almost every activity contains some element of play. What many parents may not realize is that “child’s play” is the most important way children develop intellectually, socially, emotionally and physically. Young children are natural explorers. They are never still and seldom silent. They learn by trial and error as they play and experiment. A child with disabilities is no exception.”Lisa Rappaport Morris
“My husband and I teach our kids to love and respect everyone regardless of appearance, and ability. Bravery will provide a place that all kids can come together and play on their own terms, while engaging in activities that will help them develop. We can’t wait to go!”Kera D