BAR CLINIC THIS SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 12 FROM 2:00-3:30. CALL TODAY AND RESERVE YOUR SPOT
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CLASSROOM MISSION STATEMENT
“Every child regardless of ability, deserves the Best Instruction possible. It is our goal to provide a fun, safe, and loving environment in which each child knows he or she is valued. We create disciplined gymnasts by teaching them good work ethic, concentration, perseverance, goal setting, and attention to detail. Every moment is an opportunity for growth both mentally and physically.”
During this 60 minute introductory class, each gymnast will begin learning fundamental skills & techniques on the four Olympic events. Each class begins with a fun, themed warm up and continues with scheduled rotations to vault, bars, balance beam and floor. During these rotations, children will develop handstands, cartwheels, rolls, bridges and many other basics. We will also work to increase flexibility, strength, body control, coordination and most importantly CONFIDENCE!
This 75 minute, intermediate class is for those student who have mastered and passed out of level 1. As a more disciplined class, gymnasts will begin learning more advanced skills such as back walkovers, round offs, back handsprings, back hip circles, mill circles and so much more. Level Two classes will continue to develop increased strength and flexibility, as these are imperative to advancing in gymnastics.
Our most advanced class is the 90 minute Level Three class. Here gymnasts are perfecting form and basic techniques as well as learning the importance of being part of a team. Level Three is full of challenging skills and achieving goals in a loving, disciplined environment. During class, gymnasts will begin working on skills needed for our USAG teams on all four events as well as getting much stronger and more flexible.
A 60 minute, jam packed lesson of all the tumbling basics. From cartwheels, round offs, bridges, back walkovers to back handsprings! A fun way to learn how to flip! You will also be developing the strength and flexibility needed to tumble and advance along.