Our Class Descriptions
PE for Tiny Tots – 50 minutes 12 – 36 months
In our PE for Tiny Tots class, one coach leads while parents interact with their children and teach them development skills utilizing all our equipment. An obstacle course is set up and toddlers learn very basic gymnastics skills, including rolls, jumps and balance.
Preschool Gymnastics – 50 minutes 3 – 5 years old
Preschoolers learn fundamental gymnastics skills in a fun, fast-paced class. These classes focus on the accumulation of skills, the social skills necessary to work in a group, and also the ability to string skills together, mentally and physically.
Preschool Parkour Gymnastics (Co-Ed) – 50 minutes 3 – 5 years old
Putting the fun in the fundamental parkour! Kids love climbing, jumping and rolling on and off obstacles, while at the same time burning energy and learning how to fall and land safely.
Preschool Gymnastics Bizzy Bees (Co-Ed) – 50 minutes 4 – 5 years old
A solution for preschool-age children who need more challenge and can follow directions, are ready to work more independently and are on their way to Level 1 skills. Children enrolled in Bizzy Bees must have a recommendation from their coach and have completed a minimum of one prior session in our Preschool Program.
Level 1 (Boys, Girls or Co-Ed Classes) – 1 hour 5 – 12 years old
An introduction to progressive gymnastics with a focus on Tumbling, Vault, Uneven Bars and Balance Beam for girls and Parallel Bars, High Bar, Vault, Floor, Pommel Horse, and Rings for boys with a fusion of all events for Co-Ed Classes.
Level 2 (Boys, Girls or Co-Ed Classes) - 1 hour 5 - 12 years old
A progression from introductory gymnastics where students have mastered basic positions and skills and have learned correct terminology of the skills. Students at this level are able to modify elements and make corrections.
Level 3 (Boys, Girls or Co-Ed Classes) – 1.5 hour 7 – 14 years old
An advancement from beginning gymnastics for students progressing into intermediate skills. Gymnasts will learn more challenging elements and start learning to memorize and string together several skills for routines.
Level 4 (Boys or Girls Classes) – 2 hours 7 – 14 years old
An advanced intermediate level class where gymnasts learn handsprings and flips on the floor, handsprings over the vault and specialized skills on all events.
Level 5+ (Girls) - 2 hours 7 - 14 years old
An advanced level instructional class for gymnasts who have mastered intermediate skills and are focused on twisting elements, forward, back and aerial tumbling, challenging vaults and complex routines.
High School Gymnastics Class (Girls) – 1 hour 12 – 18 years old
For students interested in pursuing High School Gymnastics with a focus on mastering required skills, dance and tumbling, practice on all events and assistance with routine choreography and creation.
Adult Gymnastics (Co-Ed) – 1 hour 16 and better
A perfect opportunity for "wannabees" and "has-beens" to enjoy the fitness benefits and have fun with gymnastics! This class includes instruction and “spotting” on all events (Women: Vault, Beam, Bars, Floor; Men: Floor, Vault, High Bar, Parallel Bars, Rings and Pommel Horse) plus independent practice.
Special Needs Gymnastics (Co-Ed) - 45 Minutes 12 - 36 months & 5 - 10 years old
We are excited to introduce a special class designed for and structured to provide an exceptional gymnastics experience for students with special needs! The instructor plans each lesson based on the student's age, needs, restrictions and ability, then teaches basic gymnastics skills.
Parkour (Co-Ed) Levels 1, 2 or 3 or Competitive Team! 6 - 18 years old
Parkour is the physical discipline of training to overcome any obstacle within one's path by adapting one's movements to the environment. It is a physical discipline of French origin in which participants run along a route, attempting to negotiate obstacles in the most efficient way possible. Skills such as jumping and climbing, or the more specific parkour moves are employed. The goal of a practitioner of parkour is to get from one place to another using only the human body and the objects in the environment. The obstacles can be anything in one's environment, such as buildings and rails. Our new Parkour room is compete, and is 800 square feet of new space including wooden obstacles with bars!