We have two locations serving South Austin and Hays County. We have been in business since 2003. Our staff are safety certified and background checked. Our Buda Gym is a 10,000 square foot Junior Olympic Training Facility and home to our competitive team.
"You can do it," is not just an empty phrase at Texas Tumblers Gymnastics, it's the cornerstone of their entire philosophy. The coaches teach their students confidence from the get-go as they work their way through complicated recreational gymnastics or prepare for competitions. They also teach dance to kids ages 3 and older, as well as helming a program called AllStars cheerleading. The positive teaching philosophy also carries over to classes for adults. The fitness program for fully grown students includes circuit training and dance cardio classes, but does not include lessons on how to pole vault over cubicle walls.
Scattered across the globe like so many building blocks in the playpen of a toddler architect-to-be, Gymboree Play and Music provides wee ones up to five years old with a safe place for enriching, educational play. At more than 500 facilities across 30 countries, grown-ups come along to observe art, music, and sports classes for toddlers up to five years old, as well as their signature Play and Learn sessions.
With more than 30 years of kid-entertaining experience, The Little Gym provides fun and safe kids' camps wherein wee ones can exercise their brains and bodies. Send one youngster to bounce off the walls over two three-hour camp days (consecutive or nonconsecutive), or send two energy-fraught moppets to one camp day. Designed for ages 3 to 8, each week has a new, unique theme and gives children the opportunity to exercise, learn about exciting topics, and use their imaginations to play make-believe. Fantasy Castle and Wild West weeks immerse children in creative tumbling, adventures, and music, and Cheerleading! (ages 3 to 12) and Sports Spectacular! weeks teach fundamentals through fun games and drills that cater to varying ages and aversions to vegetables. Special guests will make entertaining, educational visits on select days of certain weeks: live animals during Guppies to Puppies! week, firefighters during Who’s Your Hero? week, and Allan Quatermain during Super Safari! week. Camp themes vary by location.
Chi Chi Randolph has choreographed routines for hip-hop artists including Nelly and the Black Eyed Peas. Kari Lehman has 15 years of ballet training experience. Viviane Bressan turned her love of belly dance into a career, traversing the globe while teaching and performing the ancient art. At Dance Austin Studio, these three number among more than a dozen dance instructors whose dazzlingly diverse backgrounds enable an array of classes for everyone from preschoolers to grownups and fitness buffs to serious students of dance.
Zumba combines fast-paced cardio choreography with dynamic Latin rhythms, and the 18-and-older Sexy Stiletto Fit class uses high heels to tone calves and build confidence. Students can choose to learn fundamental positions, steps, and vocabulary during structured ballet, lyrical, and jazz programs, or they can develop video-ready swagger during hip-hop classes. The studio’s sense of fun occasionally spills out into the community—it recently teamed up with the city’s Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management to spark a flash mob at city hall, held to raise awareness of emergency preparedness and help officials practice what to do if invaded by dancing aliens.
When lifelong gymnast Natalie McKee first started teaching children gymnastics as a college student, it was more of a side job than a career. Her only goal was to pay her tuition, the same as everyone who hasn't inherited the ability to predict winning lottery numbers. But that changed when Natalie realized that most gymnastic curriculums for kids suffered a fatal flaw. They all landed in one of two camps: either too structured, or not structured enough. Students were forced to choose one, leaving them either bored without challenges or frustrated by tasks they couldn't achieve. To solve this problem, Natalie opened Jump! Gymnastics, which strives to challenge each gymnast within his or her ability level in fun, engaging gymnastics programs for kids.
Each class, designed for children from 18 months to 12 years of age, builds upon the previous class's teachings, ensuring that gymnasts stay stimulated with new moves without feeling overwhelmed by the challenge. With the success of her gymnastics classes, Natalie also decided to foray into other children's activities, including after-school care that keeps kids active, preschool, camps, and birthday parties.