Eight Weekly Gymnastics Classes for Ages 3–4 or 5–18 at Stow Gymnastics Center (Up to 53% Off)

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Former competitors coach children aged 3 and up in tumbling, dance, cheer, and gymnastics

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Expires Feb 6th, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required. Must be 3 or older. Must sign waiver. New clients only. Not valid for Tuesday and Thursday night classes. Classes must be used by the same person. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Kids are better than adults at learning gymnastics because they're more flexible and gravity hasn't had as much time to build up ill will toward them. Stick it to gravity with this Groupon.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $39 for eight weekly gymnastics classes for ages 3–4 (an $80 value)
  • $55 for eight weekly gymnastics classes for ages 5–18 (a $116 value)

Seasoned coaches guide youngsters and teens through gymnastics exercises, including balance-beam techniques and floor routines. Their classes encompass cheerleading, acrobatics, dance, and tumbling, with certain sessions sorted by gender and age group. Click here for a class schedule. This Groupon is valid for all classes except team-level sessions on Tuesday and Thursday.

Stow Gymnastics Center

As both a performer and a teacher, Coach Diane has seen three generations of gymnasts practice their poise. The first was her own: she began tumbling at age 4, and her dedication persisted well into her teens when she won the state championship for baton twirling. Years later, she accessed her former passion to help guide her daughter's gymnastics team. The experience awakened a desire to coach competitively, and today, she trains students from toddlerhood to high-school age at Stow Gymnastics Center. Her protégés from decades prior now enroll their children in her curriculum, completing the generational cycle.

Alongside Coach Danielle—who also holds multiple regional and national awards from 11 years of competing—Diane leads her pupils in floor routines, tumbling workouts, and cheerleading choreography. Her classes are separated by topic and age group, covering lessons on motor development for younger children as well as advanced acrobatics, for those who can do jumping jacks without a safety net. Gymnasts jump and somersault on the rainbow floor of the main arena, whereas younger children play with model trains, slides, and puzzles in a separate learning center.

Stow Gymnastics Center

As both a performer and a teacher, Coach Diane has seen three generations of gymnasts practice their poise. The first was her own: she began tumbling at age 4, and her dedication persisted well into her teens when she won the state championship for baton twirling. Years later, she accessed her former passion to help guide her daughter's gymnastics team. The experience awakened a desire to coach competitively, and today, she trains students from toddlerhood to high-school age at Stow Gymnastics Center. Her protégés from decades prior now enroll their children in her curriculum, completing the generational cycle.

Alongside Coach Danielle—who also holds multiple regional and national awards from 11 years of competing—Diane leads her pupils in floor routines, tumbling workouts, and cheerleading choreography. Her classes are separated by topic and age group, covering lessons on motor development for younger children as well as advanced acrobatics, for those who can do jumping jacks without a safety net. Gymnasts jump and somersault on the rainbow floor of the main arena, whereas younger children play with model trains, slides, and puzzles in a separate learning center.

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