Our preschool gym classes help little ones get active, take safe risks, explore independently, and interact with their peers in a fun, structured and impeccably clean environment. In addition to inspiring a love of physical fitness at an early age, our preschool gymnastics and gym classes teach kids the skills they need to be successful in kindergarten, including listening, following directions, sharing and taking turns. And with an 8:1 student-instructor ratio, your child is sure to get the attention they deserve.
Shhh! Don’t tell your kids! But, our preschool classes are more than just super fun. They also get young bodies moving, minds churning and social skills thriving. Take a look at some of the benefits below.
Tumblers ages 3 to 4.5 enjoy stomping through their world with confidence, and our Stompers class allows them to do just that. With mom and dad taking less of a participatory role, Stompers really get to let loose. They'll learn skills such as how to do a headstand, swing on the monkey bars, and participate in fun interactive games. In the development of these skills, children learn cooperative play, how to follow directions, teamwork and balance coordination. This class is also designed to strengthen their independence, helping to better prepare them for kindergarten.
Just like the standard Ninja Warrior Training class, but geared for younger kids. Your little ninja can train like a warrior while tackling exciting new challenges each week in this grade school gym class. From Never Fear Relays to a giant warped wall to Ninja Glory stations, students will build the strength, agility, endurance, balance and perseverance needed to complete an entire Ninja Warrior obstacle course. Watch your child’s confidence soar as he or she goes from ninja rookie to ninja pro!
* Navigating Obstacle Courses
* Climbing a Giant Warped Wall
* Completing Never Fear Relays
Up and down, high and low, our Jumpers are all over the place! A great class for children ages 4.5 to 5.5, Jumpers learn skills such as how to skip, swing on the rings, do a handstand and participate in fun circuit training exercises. In the development of these skills, children will also learn how to follow directions, gain confidence performing in front of peers, and sharpen their sports skills, which helps prepare them for PE in school.