In an effort to make it easier to search for a class, we have created four separate categories: Early Learners (Pre-school), CanGym, CanJump, and Gymnastics For Life
The Early Learners category encompasses the Gymbaby, Supertot, Dinosaurs to Superstars, and Kindersonic Academy classes.
• Gymbaby is for gymnasts aged 18 months to 30 months and is fully parented. Gymbaby is all about inspiration and discovery in a gymnastics environment. There is also a strong emphasis on developing physical literacy for these gymnasts.
• Our Supertot classes are age 24 months to under 6 years. Supertots practice gymnastics basics along with other useful skills such as climbing, throwing, catching, and kicking. Each Supertot attends with their own safeguarding adult aged 18 and up.
• Dinosaurs to Superstars class is for gymnasts aged 4 to under 7 years. Children attend on their own and work on gymnastics skills, imaginative activities, and tricky challenges.
• The Kindersonic Academy is for gymnastics age 4 to under 7 years, with a prerequisite of completing the Kinderstar level equivalent to CanGym 2. Kindersonic Academy continues from Dinosaurs to keep our Early Learners progressing.
The Cangym category is about the traditional/artistic events: vault, uneven bars, beam, floor, and parallel bars. Gymnastics is a fun and useful sport whether you are cross-training, want to go to higher levels, or are interested in becoming more acrobatic. Boys and girls practice the same skills in these levels.
The CanJump category is about the three trampoline events: trampoline, double mini-trampoline, and power tumbling. Canjump builds skills, training habits, endurance, balance, strength, perseverance, and safety skills in a high-flying sport.
Gymnastics For Life
Gymnastics For Life encompasses the Aerial Arts classes, Freestyle classes, and the Handsprings & Flips classes.
• The Aerial Arts class is in an introduction to the fundamental skills and training habits of aerial acrobatics.
• The Freestyle class is a multi-movement challenge that develop rapid decision-making skills. Parkour techniques of travelling over, under, and around obstacles are intensified through the mastery of gymnastics tips and tricks. Apparatuses can includes bars, tumbling, trampoline, double mini-tramp, walls, and a variety of interesting things to vault over.
• The Handspring & Flips class works to develop and extend five key tumbling skills: handstand, frontspring, backspring, front tuck, and back tuck. Other skills (hurdle, round-off, aerial cartwheel, dive roll) are included according to the skill-level of the participants.