Preschool Gymnastics classes

Parent & Tot: Children 2 - 3.5 years old (30 minutes):

In this class, the parent follows along, accompanying and supporting his/her child as he/she moves through obstacles that develop strength, balance and coordination on each apparatus. This class is great for developing gross motor skills and learning basic gymnastics.


 

Pre-School: Children 3-4 years old (45 minutes):

Children in this class are independent in following along as the instructor guides students through exciting obstacles to learn basic gymnastics skills on each apparatus.  Children also develop skills in following directions and turn taking.

Girls recreational gymnastics classes

Beginner Gymnastics: Children 6-8 (1st grade and up), or 9+ years old (55 Minutes): Students will work on the basic skills of gymnastics on each apparatus. They will work on perfecting their rolls, handstands, bridges, and cartwheels on floor; casting and pullovers on bars; walking, mounting and dismounting on beam; and basic vaulting. They will also work on developing strength and flexibility needed to further develop their skills.

 

Intermediate Gymnastics: Children 6-8 (1st grade and up), or 9+ years old (55 Minutes):

Students continue to work on the basics as well as intermediate skills of gymnastics on each apparatus. These students have already perfected their cartwheels, handstands and the other skills (listed above) in beginner gymnastics. They will be introduced to skills such as round offs, and kick overs/walkovers on floor; hip circles on bars, jumping and basic tumbling on the beam; intermediate vaulting skills, etc.. They will continue working on their flexibility, technique, and strength needed to progress into more difficult skills needed for more advanced gymnastics. Placement in this class requires invitation and/or evaluation.​

 

Advanced Gymnastics: (55 Minutes):

Students have a strong background in the basics of beginner and Intermediate gymnastics. They will work on more advanced skills on each event, including handsprings/saltos, beam tumbling, high bar skills, etc. They will work on further improving their strength and flexibility, as well as dance and technique. This class is also 1 ½  hours long to allow for more time to work on each apparatus. Placement in this class requires invitation and/or evaluation.

 
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Go Ninja Kids: AGES: 4 - 5 (55 Minutes):

Classes are designed to keep high energy kids engaged while learning movement concepts and character values. Watch your preschooler’s natural curiosity for movement grow with our dynamic and fast paced class full of running, jumping, kicking, tumbling and FUN! Focus is on beginning social awareness and following directions.


 

Level I Intro/Beginner: AGES: 5 - 11 (55 Minutes)

Our Intro/beginner lessons move kids through warm-ups, stations and obstacle courses highlighted with a movement emphasis and fitness challenge. We introduce the sport of ninja while spotlighting the development of body awareness, terminology and strength. Sport readiness, character building, team work and listening skills are fine-tuned as we climb, swing, twist and jump through structured and age appropriate obstacles courses.

 

Level II Intermediate: AGES: 6 - 12 (55 Minutes)

Our intermediate level lessons move kids through more structured warrior moves and combinations. Skill acquisition is now put into practice as we build more intense sequences of skills to create free running routes and more intricate obstacle course maneuvering. Focus is on progressions with an emphasis on building control and proper form.

 

Tumbling: Children 7-17 years old (55 Minutes):

This class focuses on providing cheerleaders, dancers, and gymnasts with the skills necessary to become good tumblers. Students will spend time working on strength and tumbling drills that will help them get one step closer to better tumbling for classes and try-outs. Beginner tumbling will work on strengthening handstands, cartwheels, bridges, and rolls, as well as basic drills for round offs, and walkovers. Intermediate Tumbling have mastered these skills, and will work on perfecting their round-offs, handsprings and walkovers. Advanced Tumbling students have already grasped above skills, and will work on round off back handsprings, front handsprings, front/back tucks, twisting, and more.