PARENT / CHILD GYMNASTICS
Also known as Mommy & Me (or Daddy & Me), our program is focused on the adults in a child's life connecting, bonding and having fun with their child ages 1-3. In this program, the children will run, climb, jump and swing across the gym and learn rolls and other gymnastic movements. This class promotes exercise and fun to create a healthy, happy experience.
For children ages 3 to 5, this class is an introduction to gymnastics skills including cartwheels, balancing and coordinated movement. Twinkle Twinkle Little Stars is for beginners, while Little Stars is for those with some prior experience. Children will also learn how to safely approach each activity and apparatus.
These levels of gymnastics are for children ages 5 and older, and they are progressive in skill development and growth. Beginning students will work in our Bronze Stars class, and work their way through the progressions as they develop greater skill in a variety of gymnastic skills.
BRONZE, SILVER, GOLD STARS
Junior Elite and All-Stars are the final steps for a child interested in competitive gymnastics. These classes will prepare gymnasts for the skills it requires to compete across the state against other skilled athletes. These classes are invitation-only.
JUNIOR ELITE & ALL-STARS
Open gym and open tumbling are opportunities for children from the public or within our programs to hone and refine their skills in our competitive gymnastic facility. These are supervised by our gymnastics coaches and are open to members and non members.
OPEN GYM / OPEN TUMBLING
Private lessons are scheduled with the instructor of choice, and are designed to focus on a skill in need of refinement. Our coaches can provide one-on-one or group instruction to your child, focused on their specific needs.
TWINKLE LITTLE STARS / LITTLE STARS
Our gymnastics team has competed annually at regional and state events, and we've been represented at YMCA National Championship events many times. The competitive team is a one-year program where they focus on their individual skill development and compete with same level children. Levels range from 2 to 9 at competitions.