Gymnastics in Brenham

$33 for $60 Groupon — Tumbling Starz

Tumbling Starz

Pearland

$60 $33

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One Month of Gymnastics Classes for One or Two Children Including Registration at GymTastic! (51% Off)

GymTastic!

Alvin-Pearland

$110 $55

Gymnastics classes have kids tumbling, springing, and flipping; includes registration

One Month of Classes for One or Two Children at All Stars Unlimited Gymnastics and Cheer (Up to 57% Off)

All Stars Unlimited Gymnastics and Cheer

Round Rock

$105 $45

Staff members teach developmentally appropriate gymnastics and cheerleading techniques to kids

$49.50 for Four Weeks of Gymnastics Classes with Lifetime Membership at Jump! Gymnastics ($135 Value)

Jump! Gymnastics

Austin

$135 $49.50

Gymastics classes designed to challenge students within their ability level engage kids between 18 months and 12 years at a new location

One Month of Pre-School Gymnastics One or Two Days Per Week at Flipnastics (Up to 62% Off)

Flipnastics

Austin

$95 $39

Pre-schoolers build motor skills, self-esteem, and have loads of fun with a month of children's gymnastics classes

$25 for One Month of Gymnastics or Cheer Classes at Olympia Hills Gymnastics ($65 Value)

Olympia Hills Gymnastics

Austin-Southpark Meadows

$65 $25

Students tumble and twist across padded surfaces or practice cheer routines during gymnastic and cheer classes

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It might be fun to clamber onto the trampolines, balance beams, and other apparatus that fill Katy KIPS Gymnastics Club's 7,000-square-foot facility, but it's also beneficial: USAG-certified instructors guide students through routines on that equipment, helping them to build confidence, fitness, and a foundation for other sports. Although many of the school's classes are tailored for children, adults can attend classes that incorporate stretching, flexibility work, and cardiovascular exercise.

923 S Mason Rd
Katy,
TX
US

At K2 Academy of Kids Sports, kids scurry around a 6,500-square-foot space filled with trampolines, balance beams, and rope swings spread beneath an overhead zipline. Accompanied by parents or legal-guardians, children can roam free across the indoor terrain during open-play hours or join gymnastics, cheerleading, and tumbling classes, in which instructors tailor lesson plans to each age group with an emphasis on fun, collaborative learning. Gymnastics sessions encompass everything from basic rolls to intricate dance routines, whereas cheerleading skills progress from simple tumbles to the ultimate inspirational challenge?making Eeyore indifferent. Tumbling pupils master cartwheels before tackling cardio training and jumps, further honing their skills in workshops and clinics designed as intensive studies of each activity.

During the off-season, day camps and summer camps keep teensy feet distracted from toppling store-window displays of fragile "Kick Me" signs. Year-round, the S.O.A.R. program tweaks the traditional gamut of classes for athletes with special needs. Using the Mother Goose Time curriculum, K2's preschool focuses on hands-on learning activities that aim to prepare children for kindergarten academically and socially.

12603 Louetta Rd.
Cypress,
TX
US

The U.S. All Star Federation, a committee that regulates competitive dance and cheer, has stamped its seal of approval on Spring Creek Athletics, one of the elite gyms to have earned USASF certification. That’s probably because Spring Creek’s coaches have led their all-star cheer team, the Spring Creek Spinners, to national victory. Despite these intimidating credentials, the athletic complex still welcomes pupils of all ages and abilities to enjoy the health-boosting benefits of tumbling, cheerleading, hip-hop dancing, and break dancing, and it runs camps to introduce novices to the spirited world of athletics.

14050 Park Dr
Tomball,
TX
US

The owner of Gymtex, Christina Zhou, attained China’s highest honor for sports—Sports Master—before moving to the United States 29 years ago. At Gymtex for the past 12 years now, she helps young Texans boost both their confidence and fitness levels with gymnastics classes divided by age or skill level. The hour-long group or private classes teach fundamental skills, which kids are welcome to show off at open-play sessions or birthday parties. Coach Christina also heads up competitive gymnastic teams, which consistently perform well at State competitions.

4502 Highway 6
Sugar Land,
TX
US

  • Venue: 9,000-square-foot air-conditioned gymnastics facility
  • Mission: Teaching children gymnastics through supportive and positive encouragement to help them establish and fulfill their goals
  • Staff Credentials: Mazeika’s Elite Gymnastics is owned and operated by Kevin Mazeika—the 2004 Athens, 2008 Beijing, and 2012 London Men's US summer games coach—and Laura Mazeika—a veteran gymnast, coach, and judge with a master’s degree in kinesiology and dance. Together, they have more than 65 years of experience in gymnastics.

Groupon Asks: What inspired you to run this business?

"After all my years in gymnastics, what I have come to realize is that this sport is an incredible medium for teaching and learning life skills. It can help children learn responsibility, teamwork, self-discipline, tenacity, goal setting, and success principles. Regardless of the level of gymnastics the child is working, he or she has many opportunities to set goals, work hard, and achieve them, and the intrinsic rewards from this process is invaluable. At MEG we want to provide as many opportunities as possible for children to say, “I did it!” And to me, that is the greatest gift."

-Mazeika’s Elite Gymnastics Manager

12902 Haynes Rd., Ste. E
Houston,
TX
US

The instructors of Lobo Gymnastics build a positive foundation for little ones to grow athletically, socially, and emotionally during dance classes, gymnastics, and afterschool activities. Across the enormous, bi-level gym, little leapers clamber through obstacle courses, spring across trampolines and into pits full of foam blocks, dangle from a rope swing, and whoosh down a two-level slide that resembles a giant yellow curly fry. As children and their burning desire for trophies grow, they can enter more structured tumbling and dance classes or join a gymnastics team led by former Chinese Olympic team coach Jian Hua Xiao.

2500 Falcon Pass Dr
Houston,
TX
US