PARENT & ME (Adult Participation Required)
Infant / Baby
Your baby’s first class will be filled with fun and learning through songs and group movement activities. Developmentally appropriate equipment and props developing the baby’s upper body, neck and back strength are introduced during play time. This class offers a wonderful bonding time for parent and baby.
Walking – 19 Months
A playful time of exploration through our creative obstacle course filled with special ‘toddler’ sized equipment. Our tiny gymnasts will have fun while developing important motor skills, coordination and balance as they are encouraged to roll down incline mats, crawl through tunnels and climb our mat mountains from station to station. The adult partner learns to become a facilitator of the child’s sensory and motor movement discoveries. This class requires one adult participant per enrolled child.
20 – 30 Months
Busy tots will experience age appropriate movement challenges in a safe and fun environment. Music and movement exploration building coordination, strength, body awareness and small motor skills are the major components of this class. Through the introduction of simple directions and routines the child develops listening and social interaction skills.
30 – 42 Months
Basic fundamental movement and gymnastics skills are the focus of this class. Class curriculum features activities to stimulate coordination, spatial awareness, motor skills and social development. Music, songs, circle time and group circuit activities build confidence and self-reliance as the child moves towards independence. This class requires one adult participant per enrolled child.
Preschool Gymnastics - 3 & 4 Year Olds - (non-parent participation)
Fundamental gymnastics and motor movement classes designed especially for the 3 or 4 year old who is ready to participate without parent/guardian involvement.
Gymnastics skill fundamentals on age appropriate apparatuses (vault, uneven bars, balance beam and floor/tumbling) are introduced in a fun and innovative curriculum of stations and small circuits to develop fine and gross motor skills. Our curriculum incorporates the use of colors, shapes, numbers and directions to accomplish skills and tasks that foster learning and promote school readiness.