Our Girls Gymnastics program provides a fun way to get your child active, athletic and focused. We offer multiple classes for children of all ages and skill levels. Girls progress through four recreational skills levels: Bronze, Silver, Gold and Advanced Gold.

All classes are one hour and include a warm-up, rotations on beam, vault, bars, floor and trampoline and end with a game!

Girls Silver

This is an intermediate gymnastics class, developing athletic growth and discipline. Girls will learn 30 gymnastics skills on girls’ gymnastics apparatus. Prerequisites for this class: gymnast must pass Girls Bronze or placement evaluation.

Some fun Silver skills include:

  • Spotted back handspring on trampoline
  • Pullover on bars
  • Cartwheel to handstand dismount on low beam

*GOAL: To promote to Girls Gold

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Girls Gold

This is an advanced level gymnastics class. Girls will gain more power and endurance. Girls will learn 28 gymnastics skills on girls’ gymnastics apparatus. Upon completion gymnast is prepared to enter Level 1 Team. Prerequisites for this class: gymnast must pass Girls Silver or placement evaluation.

Some fun Gold skills include:

  • Back hip circle on bars
  • Back handspring on trampoline
  • Cartwheel to handstand dismount on beam
  • Level 1 floor routine

*GOAL: To promote to Advanced Gold or Team ASI

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Girls Advanced Gold

This is the most advanced level gymnastics class. Girls develop strength, learn skills required to enter Level 2 Team, and confidence in their athletic ability. Prerequisites for this class: gymnast must pass Girls Gold or placement evaluation.

Some fun Advanced Gold skills include:

  • Back tuck on trampoline
  • Bridge back kick over on floor
  • Pike sole circle dismount
  • Roundoff

*GOAL: To promote to Team ASI and additional Power Tumbling Classes.

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