Beginners Classes are designed for children with very limited or no experience in gymnastics instruction or have had one semester of a gymnastics class. Your child will have a great time learning how to move gymnastically!
Intermediate Classes build on the basic concepts and skills in beginning classes, and begin introducing more advanced skills on all apparatus. Children also begin connecting multiple skills together, and focusing more on form and how skills are performed. More time is also spent on increasing strength and flexibility.
Advanced Classes continue to introduce gymnasts to more advanced skills and simple routines are taught. Execution of these skills while maintaining good body position is the primary focus. At this level gymnasts are encouraged to participate in local low-keyed performances / competitions.
Girls Recreational Gymnastics
Athletes will develop skills on the vault, uneven parallel bars, balance beam, and floor exercise. All girls recreational classes focus on individual progress with a 1:8 coach to student ratio
Our recreational gymnastics program is designed to introduce children to basic gymnastics positions and skills while developing coordination, strength and flexibility — all in a positive, highly active and fun learning environment. Children don’t like waiting in line, so we use Skill Stations and keep kids students moving and trying skills the majority of class time.
Below is an example of skills taught in girls gymnastics classes.
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