Pre-School Gymnastics

Gym Tots (Confident Walking - 5 years)

Tuesday 9:30-10:15am (concession card for 10 visits)
Saturday 8:30-9:15am (concession card for 10 visits)

Caregiver participation

This 45 minute class gives children the opportunity to explore the gymnastics environment. The session will start with movement to music and a basic gymnastics stretch sequence. Children will then have free time to choose the gymnastics activities that grab their attention. Obstacle courses are set up in the gym to encourage climbing, crawling, jumping and swinging. The class is a great opportunity to develop basic motor patterns and social skills.

Gym Tots Plus (3 - 4 years)

Wednesday 1:30-2:15pm (concession card for 10 visits)

Caregiver assisted

This 45 minute class is for 3-4 year olds who are ready for the next challenge in their gymnastics. The class begins with movement to music and a basic gymnastics stretch routine. Children will then complete two gymnastics circuits with activities developing key gymnastics body shapes and fundamental movement patterns. Social development is just as important as children learn to listen to directions, follow simple instructions, take turns and interact with their peers. The children are exposed to a variety of gymnastics stations developing vision, landings & spring, balance, rotation, swing, manipulative play, spatial awareness, and imaginative play. The class ends with a warm down game or gymnastics activity.

Tasters Minis  (4 & 5 years)

Saturday's 9.30am - 10.15am  (term fee applies - register online)

Parent Participation Optional 

This 45 minute class is for 4.5 year olds who are ready for independant classes at gymnastics. The class begins with a warm up activity or game and a basic gymnastics stretch routine. Children will then complete gymnastics circuits with activities developing key gymnastics body shapes and fundamental movement patterns. Social development is just as important as children learn to listen to directions, follow simple instructions, take turns and interact with their peers. The children are exposed to a variety of gymnastics stations developing vision, landings & spring, balance, rotation, swing, manipulative play, spatial awareness, and imaginative play. The class ends with a warm down game or gymnastics activity.