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Recreational Programs

Boys and Girls Ages 18 Months and up

* Recreational programs now include a yearly, non-refundable insurance fee of $35. This fee must be renewed every July!

 
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Kinder Stars Programs

 

Baby Stars

Ages 1.5 to 2.5

Our new Baby Stars programs offers our youngest age group an opportunity to learn through games, song, circuits, and free play! Baby Stars will be encouraged to explore and be creative, discovering what gymnastics activities they love the most! Use of all of our apparatuses will be available. Full parent participation required! There is an 8 student to 1 coach ratio. One parent per student.

Tiny Stars

Ages 2.5 to 3.5

The Tiny Star program is very popular as tots learn coordination, balance, trust, strength, and confidence through gymnastics circuits in a fun/friendly environment. This is a structured class but each class dedicates approx. 5-10 minutes to free play or a particular game (ie: parachute) which increases imagination and creativity, and develops locomotive and social skills. There is an eight student/parent : one teacher ratio.

Mini Stars

Ages 3.5 to 5.5

Mini Star Classes run 50 minutes in length for kids ages 3.5-5 years old. Each class focuses on teaching beginner gymnastics skills like handstands, jumps, rolls, cartwheels, various stretches and balances, swings and hangs. Students will improve social skills by participating with other children, playing group games, and sharing toys during free time. There is a 10 student: 2 coaches ratio. Most groups are capped at 7 students. Parents are not required to participate for this age group.

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Super Star Programs

 

Jr. Super Stars

Ages 5.5 to 7.5

Recreational Program from Beginners.


Beginner One Hour Class-Students will learn/practice handstands, cartwheels, splits, back bridges, front and back rolls, and basics on the bar and beam. As they progress, students will learn to control and improve on their skills and start practicing different variations of such skills, such as a split handstand or a cartwheel from a kneeling position, for example.

Sr. Super Stars

Ages 7.5 to 11.5

Recreational/Beginner level, 1 hour class. Students will learn/practice handstands, cartwheels, splits, back bridges, front and back rolls, and basics on the bar and beam. As they progress, students will learn to control and improve on their skills and start practicing different variations, such as a split handstand or a cartwheel from a kneeling position, for example. As student’s improve their understanding of each skill and can display better form and technique, they will start to advance their skills; for example they will practice cartwheels on a line or small balance beam, handstands without the support of a mat/wall for example, round-off’s, back and front walkover progression, and pull-overs, spin the cats and swings/hangs on the bars and rings. Basics on beam will be practiced such as kicks, balances, and jumps.

Jr Intermediate

Ages 5.5 to 7.5

Intermediate program for athletes who have already done gymnastics. Class is one hour long. Enrolled athletes should be able to chin up pullover on bars with minimal assistance, and bridge kick over off a block on floor. Athletes with great strength and flexibility excel in our intermediate programming.

*Registration by recommendation only*

Sr. Intermediate Super Stars

Ages 7.5 to 11.5

This intermediate level class is 1 hour long and allows recreational athletes to work towards some intermediate level skills, while still perfecting basic skills.


 Students should have (or are close to achieving) both their back and front walkovers on their own.  In this level, students will work on back/front hand-springs and continue advancing their strength and flexibility. Kids in this level should be working towards proper splits and bridges. Skills on all 4 events will be practiced.

*Registration by recommendation only*

Intermediate Tumbling

Ages 7 to 13 *with some exceptions made

Tumbling program with a focus on perfecting walkovers, learning back handsprings, and side aerials. Athletes must have a consistent back walkover and be learning back handsprings.