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Mom and Me (18-36 months)
This parent and child class will help develop your child’s basic motor skills through jumping, skipping, hopping, running, and rolling. You will use beams, wedges and mats to engage your child through structured play.

Tiny Tumblers (age 3)
Your child will learn to follow directions without the assistance of a parent and focus on basic gymnastics skills such as forward rolls, backward rolls, headstands, and backbends. He or she will also work on circuit training and be introduced to the vault, uneven bars, balance beam, and floor.

Jumping Jacks (ages 4-5)
Your child will improve gross motor skills, flexibility and coordination through circuit training and will have the opportunity to put the skills together to form a small routine. He or she will also be introduced to the vault, uneven bars, balance beam, and floor.

Sassy Sixes and Sevens (ages 6-7)
Students will work on gymnastics drills, conditioning and routines similar to those introduced in the Beginners and Advanced Beginners Gymnastics classes and will continue to improve on basic gymnastic skills, flexibility and strength.