The class curriculum at Grace Gymnastics is specifically designed to teach kids the fundamentals of gymnastics in a fun, positive, and safe environment. Our program supports all ages and ability levels and can be taken for a variety of goals. The classes are a great option whether you are looking to keep your child active and fit, or your goal is to progress to higher levels within the sport of gymnastics. Gymnastics has also proven to be a great foundation and advantageous background for all other follow-on sports and activities.
Grace students participate in an 8-week lesson cycle at the end of which they are tested on the proficiency of skills for their particular class. This keeps the students engaged and motivated and allows parents to gauge their child’s progress and improvement.
A multi-sensory, parent-tot experience to engage your little one in movement and play in a safe and fun environment.
Specifically for pre-school ages who are not yet accustomed to a class environment. Intro to gymnastics equipment while learning important skills like listening and following directions, taking turns, and teamwork.
The same curriculum as Sprouts but designed for children who are already in a classroom environment for pre-K or Kindergarten.
A beginner gymnastics class that teaches basic gymnastics skills on vault, bars, beam, and floor that can be used for further progression in gymnastics or as a useful foundation for all other sports.
An intermediate gymnastics class that builds on basic gymnastics skills. Gymnasts are challenged with learning higher-level basic skills.
An advanced gymnastics class in which gymnasts start connecting basics and learn more complex skills on the apparatus.
Teaches basic movements on and over obstacles and equipment. Students are taught how land and fall properly and safely as they learn fundamental rolls, vaults, and maneuvers.
Expands to more complex parkour moves and larger obstacles and equipment.
Designed for participants to work freely on skills and tricks they would like to improve in a supervised, but not structured, environment. These sessions are on a drop-in basis.