Beginner trampoline will help athletes learn all the basic trampoline movements and shapes as well as some beginner drop skills such as front and back drop. 45m.
Advanced trampoline will introduce more complicated rotations and twists to the basics. You will become more spatially aware and gain confidence while jumping and performing skills at various heights. 1h.
If you've been with us before, you may have heard about the CanGym program. It is the program Gymnastics Canada has developed which we use for recreational levels. The CanGym program includes levels Burgundy to Silver. The Junior Olympic Program (JO) is a competitive system developed by USA Gymnastics that was adopted by Gymnastics Canada in 2013. JO levels include levels 1-10. JO 1 and 2 are pre-competitive levels and are used in our Turquoise and Silver levels.
Parent and Tot is designed for learning movement patterns, and play. Parents and children attend this class together. This class is semi structured: participants are encouraged to complete coach lead circuits. 45m.
Pre-School classes include basic movement patterns such as swings and landings while incorporating games and small activities through the classes. 1h.
The first badge of the CanGym program and the first Beginner level. All new athletes start in this level. Here, they will learn more basic skills such as forward rolls and skin-the-cat. 1h.
In Red, athletes will learn various swings on the bar and begin handstands and cartwheels. 1h.
The last Beginner level. Here, you will master handstands and cartwheels as well as begin more complex skills on the bars such as pullovers. They will begin more difficult locomotions on the beam such as skipping across. 1h.
The first Intermediate level. You will begin cartwheels and handstands on the beam as well as various leaps and jumps on the floor. 1.5h.
The last Intermediate level. Here, you will have mastered pullovers and started basic circles on the bar such as back hip circle and teddy bear circle. More complex acro skills on the floor such as bridge kickover are started as well. 1.5h.
The first advanced level. We will scout for competitive potential in these levels. Here, you will learn more advanced vaults such as front handspring flat back as well as more advanced beam acro. 2h.
In this level, you will start front handsprings over the vault to feet and begin a more Junior Olympic Program based training. Back limber and double back hip circle are some of the skills you will learn. 2h.
The last Advanced level. You will begin backward flips as well as learn back handsprings, kip drills, and front tucks on the floor. This is the last level before Pre-Competitive. You will most likely be invited to Pre-Comp in this level. 2h.
In 2018, the gymnastics world adopted a new discipline: parkour. Parkour uses movements that developed from military obstacle course training. The goal is to get from one point to another in the fastest and most efficient way possible. Parkour includes running, crawling, swinging, vaulting, jumping, rolling, and climbing. Fédération Internationale de Gymnastique (FIG) has aimed for Parkour to be included in the 2024 Olympics under the gymnastic title.
This discipline is inspired by gymnastics, obstacle training, and freestyle movement. Children learn a combination of rolls and jumps. 1h.
In this Ninja class you will add flips into the mix while testing strength and agility through obstacle courses and various training techniques. 1h.