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Parent and child exercise classes – activities for families

Would your child enjoy going to a gym class with mum or dad? Or would you like to attend antenatal classes? We support your family’s efforts to stay healthy and contribute to course costs.

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Health Account: our contribution for your family

We pay half of the course costs.

  • Up to CHF 300 a year through the Economy Health Account
  • Up to CHF 500 a year through the Balance Health Account
  • Up to CHF 700 a year through the Premium Health Account

How it works

Your family is important to us. That’s why we make contributions towards your health through the Health Account. 

How to get the contribution

  • You must have a Health Account.
  • Your course provider must be recognised by CSS.
  • You will need to send us your bill by post or via myCSS. 

Good to know: You will receive the family contribution if the balance in your Health Account has not yet been used up for other offers such as yoga or fitness.

Benefits at a glance

Family activities Recognised providers
Antenatal preparation
All providers
Antenatal and postnatal exercise All providers
Infant care courses, breastfeeding advice, baby massage All providers
Exercise and development classes for children under 5 (accompanied by mother or father) All providers
Swimming for children under 7 (with or without an adult) All providers
Water familiarisation and swimming for children with respiratory tract problems Swiss Lung League
Acupuncture as birth preparation Midwife or EMR-recognised therapist
Emergencies involving infants Swiss Samaritans
Multi-disciplinary group programme for overweight children and young people Regional providers of the Swiss Adipositas Association for Childhood and Teen Obesity (akj)
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