Parent and child work together, developing the student’s gross motor skills and coordination in a fun, safe, and physically stimulating environment. Gymnastics based activities help the student build confidence in their rapidly developing physical abilities. This class is a perfect introduction to the world of physical activity and fitness.
This class is to work on creating the Independent Listener. Children will work on doing class on their own, interacting in a structured environment without parents, where the focus is on developing listening skills, taking turns, and sharing.
This is the first class where the children are without parents. The child will be exposed to a variety of external stimuli such as directive music, warm ups and gymnastics skills. By the end of this program they should be comfortable in social settings, express a desire to explore their surroundings, and life skills such as taking turns and sharing. All of this while starting to develop physical skills such as coordination, strength, and balance!
This class goal is to create Active Learners and Confident Kids. They love to engage in their surroundings while focusing on skill acquisition and progressions. While continuing working on listening skills and taking turns. We will always challenge every child and take risks while instilling the confidence & self-esteem they need when they are doing all their twists and turns.
Due to the increased attention span, and verbal and listening skills they will focus a lot on skill acquisition and progressions. Children are now introduced to conditioning runs with line leaders, group tumbling to review, refine, and reinforce previous skills, and longer stations will help accomplish skill growth. When they are working on their cognitive development by things like skill sequencing and their physical development will also be challenged by working on their body control and special awareness when working on skills.
This class will be an extension of our Gym Kids 2 and will continue building and developing their skills while challenging them a little more and preparing them for our Gym Central/ Flip City programs. Invite Only!
This class covers basic gymnastics terminology, positions, gymnastics safety, and basic skills and a whole lot of fun. This class is designed for those without any gymnastics background and need to start with the very basics.
Following USA Gymnastics progressions, this class keeps developing the students basic gymnastics skills such as handstands, cartwheels, all types of rolls, bar swings, grips, and supports, balance techniques on beam, vaulting skills, and trampoline skills. Fun and safety are always included in every class.
This class focuses on building upon the skills learned at the Advanced Beginner level. The skills presented are back bends, round offs, pullovers, back hip circles, jumps and leaps on beam, and vaulting over the table. This level continues to follow the USA Gymnastics progressions toward beginning competitive skills.
This is our most advanced recreational class and is open ended. The skills are similar to the beginning competitive level skills including round off back handsprings, front and back flips, front hip circles and single leg shoot through on bars, handstands, cartwheels, and turns on beam, handspring vaults, and various trampoline skills.
This class covers basic gymnastics terminology, positions, gymnastics safety and basic skills PLUS a whole lot of FUN! It is designed for all students, no matter what type of athletic ability, strength or flexibility.
Following USA Gymnastics progressions, this class keeps developing the student’s basic gymnastics skills on the men’s six events: floor, rings, pommel horse, vault, parallel bars and high bar. Skills such as handstands, cartwheels, all types of rolls, bar swings, grips and supports, vaulting skills plus trampoline are just some of the skills the boys will work on. FUN and safety are always included in every class!
Boys’ Intermediate Gymnastics builds on the basic skills learned in the Advanced Beginner class. This class will introduce skills in series for tumbling and high bar and will focus heavily on building the strength required for men’s events like rings, pommel horse, and parallel bars. Handsprings and saltos will be taught on trampoline. Students can expect to have fun but also work hard as the class moves into some of the more challenging aspects of men’s gymnastics.
This class covers the basics of tumbling such as support positions, forward and backward rolls, handstands, proper hurdling techniques, strength and flexibility, tumbling and trampoline safety, and proper bouncing techniques. This class is designed for all students, no matter what type of athletic ability, strength, and flexibility to finish in one session.
This class focuses on the stationary (non running) tumbling skills such as different types of cartwheels, back bends and walkovers, handstands, lead up drills to front and back flips and back handsprings. On Trampoline, the skills include jumps, turns, seat drops, front and back drops, and twists. As always, fun and safety are a top priority.
At this level, the student will begin running tumbling such as round offs, front handsprings, front flips, some combination tumbling, and back handsprings. The trampoline skills include front and back flips, combinations with different drops, flips, turns, and twists.
This is our most advanced tumbling and trampoline class and is open ended. Emphasized are back and front tumbling passes including back handsprings and different flips and twists. The trampoline skills include combinations with flips and twists.
Basic free running movements, coordination, and equipment safety and familiarity is the main focus of this class.
More complicated free running techniques as well as gymnastic movements are introduced here. Strength building will become more important.
With a strong foundation of free running and gymnastics built, students will learn ways to combine skills learned in previous levels. There will be a heavy focus on building up more strength to overcome difficult obstacles.
Combining the strength and skill base learned in previous levels, students will learn to form their own solutions to overcome difficult obstacles in a quick and fluid way. Free running skills will become more refined, as new gymnastic oriented skills, like flips, are learned.