World Olympic Gymnastics Academy's instructors employ expertise as tumblers to elicit youthful shrieks of glee at trampoline stunts or arts and crafts successes while parents take time to treat themselves. Pizza, drinks, music, and games engross the minds of petite patrons during Friday's semi-regular parents night out, which grants patient guardians peace and a long-awaited turn on the swing. Tykes ages 3 and older tumble and twirl at the Day After Thanksgiving camp as other family members brave the madness of Black Friday shopping sprees or scarf the remaining stuffing. Antics on colorful padded mats introduce chips off the old block to the fundamentals of gymnastics or bestow them with the coordination and agility to begin dabbling in other sports. Winter and Spring Break camps tie up the interests of students with two days of training in gymnastics blended with entertaining exercises such as tumbling, trampoline, and artistic activities.
The gymnastic experts at Eagle's Wings Athletics aim to help their students build both physical skills and self-esteem. Instructors? many of whom boast competitive backgrounds and gymnastic championships?help children as young as 18 months develop motor skills in pre-school classes, preparing them for boys and girls programs. As students cartwheel into each new class level, their gymnastics teachers help them hone skills in Olympic events such as floor exercise, balance beam, and the bars. Staff members can also teach kids to flip during trampoline and tumbling classes. In addition to the standard class lineup, competitive opportunities take gymnastics and cheer teams to regional, national, and interdimensional competitions?and open gym and camp programs provide additional access to the community.
Metroplex Gymnastics & Swim caters to wee ones' experiential education, providing a plethora of classes geared toward having fun, being active, and earning life's merit badges. Certified staff members lead toddlers or school-age children through increasingly challenging gymnastics classes ($50–$140), instructing little legs in tumbling, balance-beaming, and vaulting over prison walls. Adventurous kids can plunge into new hobbies at one of the themed summer camps ($30–$200), with half days of testing out jumping prowess on the trampoline and full weeks of swinging, bending, and swimming on the gym's fun and functional course under the watchful care of the USA Gymnastics–certified instructors.