Li’l Rollers (Ages 2-3) (With caregiver)
Lil’l Rollers is a 45-minute Co-Ed class that brings the caregiver into the gym amidst the excitement in this coach-led, caregiver-assisted class. The caregiver works with the developing toddler through activities designed to improve balance, strength, muscle development, and hand-eye coordination. Children will begin to socialize and learn how to interact with other children. A parent, grandparent, nanny, or other adult is required to attend the class.
Tiny Twisters (Ages 3-4)
Tiny Twisters is a Co-Ed class for three and four year old children who are ready to participate in class without a caregiver.
This 45-minute class will teach students independence while teaching the concept of progressing through stations. The children warm-up together for 15-minutes while focusing on proper stretching techniques through games, role play, songs, and rhymes. The students will learn how to hop, jump, kick, roll, go upside down, support their body weight on their hands on the floor, and kick their feet in the air; all skills which prepare them for higher level gymnastics such as cartwheels, handstands, and bridges. On the bars they learn to swing, hang in different positions, support themselves in a front-support, go around backward on the bar, and execute a pull-over on the bar. The beams are used to teach stationary balance skills, along with walking forward and backward, kicks, jumps. Accessories such as foam blocks, bean bags, and cones are used as teaching aids.
Super Tumblers (Ages 4-5)
Super Tumblers is a Co-Ed class for four and five year old children who are ready to learn more difficult gymnastics skills.
This 55-minute class teaches basic gymnastics skills on bars, balance beam, rings, floor, and trampoline. Many students will learn how to roll forward and backward, do a cartwheel, do a handstand up against a wall or mat, walk forward and backwards on the beam, in addition to kick walks,and balance moves. On bars they will learn how to do a glide swing, begin a pull over by themselves, and feel comfortable in the front support position. Vault drills are designed to teach students proper technique in running and jumping on the board, and how to do a variety of jumps off the board.