Gymnastics in Southlake

Four Weeks of Weekly or Twice-Weekly Classes, or a Two-Hour Birthday Party at Rogue Athletics (Up to 50% Off)

Rogue Athletics

Metropolitan Industrial Park

$75 $38

Gymnastics, tumbling, or parkour instruction offered by experienced coaches at an expansive gym

Four Weeks of Tumbling Classes for One or Two Kids at United Cheer (Up to 65% Off)

United Cheer

Multiple Locations

$110 $39

Tumbling classes teach basic skills such as forward rolls, building skill sets for more advanced maneuvers

One Month Superhero Training Classes for One or Two at Eagle's Wings Athletics (Up to 65% Off)

Eagle's Wings Athletics

Multiple Locations

$110 $39

Kids learn to run, jump, and fly like a superhero in classes that encourage physical conditioning in a fun, social setting

Four or Eight Tumbling, Cheer, or Gymnastics Classes at Infinite Bounds (Up to 70% Off)

Infinite Bounds

Plano

$115 $40

40,000 sq. ft. facility hosts rhythmic gymnastics, cheer, and tumbling classes, as well as dance and martial-arts programs

$50 for $100 Worth of Gymnastics — Nexus Gymnastics and Acrosports

Nexus Gymnastics And Acrosports

Princeton

$100 $50

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$25 for $45 Worth of Gymnastics — JUMP Tumble and Cheer

Jump! Tumble And Cheer

Gainesville

$45 $25

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The instructors at Excite! Gym, Cheer, and Dance fulfill many roles for each child, from leading dance, gymnastics, cheer, and tumble classes to ushering fun programs. They work with students preschool aged and up, focusing mostly on the physical skills needed for tumbling, cheerleading, and dance. They hold regular classes for kids to attend, and also conduct more succinct summer and holiday camps. All the while, instructors monitor their charges' progress carefully, regularly promoting them to more challenging classes as they master the skill requirements.

Business Basics

Equipment: Trampolines, tumble mats, foam pit, bars, beams, all spring floors.

Students should bring: Comfortable clothing, pack a lunch and drink.

Average class length: 30-60 minutes

Number of Staff: 25+

Class location: Indoors only

Established: 2002

Registration required: Yes

Good for beginners: Yes

Guests allowed: Yes

Parking: Parking lot

2225 Highland Village Rd
Lewisville,
TX
US

Children have flipped, tumbled, jumped, and hurled themselves into the air for more than 20 years at The Gymnastics Place. Kids practice their all-around skills on equipment that includes the vault, beam, and bars. They can also break out into specialized classes that focus on tumbling and trampolining, cheerleading, and hip-hop dancing. The center encourages adult involvement, with Mom & Tots classes—in which tots as young as 18 months old begin learning the basics of gymnastics—and boot-camp classes that ramp up fitness. Or moms and dads can get a night to themselves with Footloose Fridays: kids play and eat pizza at The Gymnastics Place, and parents can stay at home and debate the pronunciation of "Nadia Comăneci."

17815 Davenport Rd
Dallas,
TX
US

The gymnastic experts at Eagle's Wings Athletics's Allen, Prosper, and Anna locations 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 boy and girl programs. As students cartwheel into each new class level, their gymnastic teachers help them hone skills in Olympic events such as floor exercise, pommel horse, and the horizontal bar. 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. Day camps attempt to build lifelong social skills through challenges in areas such as gymnastics and rock climbing. The camps also enlist 7th and 8th graders for its counselor training program to help them learn leadership skills.

101 Dylan Dr.
Prosper,
TX
US

At University of Gymnastics, you won't find professors and lecture halls. Instead, you'll find a Learning Academy that melds academics, fitness, and music into a cohesive program for preschoolers. Kids can also take part in a gymnastics program that instills discipline while boosting agility and coordination. All of this was created by Dave and Lynda Rose, who passed it on to their daughter and former competitive gymnast Dayna DeProspero. DeProspero heads up a team of veteran gymnastics instructors and academic teachers who challenge students both intellectually and athletically to help them reach their goals, from competing in the Olympics to reciting a Shakespearean monologue during a balance-beam routine.

1400 Summit Ave
Plano,
TX
US

Recently opened, Texas Champion Gymnastics offers regular classes that help hone kids' athletic skills while building their self-confidence. Tumbling and conditioning classes strengthen the muscles and motor skills needed to pull off the tricky moves for vaulting up to the cereal cabinet, and recreational gymnastics classes focus on the discipline and techniques of nailing specific routines.

2621 Summit Ave
Plano,
TX
US

At a time when most kids were learning to spell with the letters in their alphabet soup, Mark and Missy Seyler were learning gymnastics. What began as a fun extracurricular activity turned into a successful college career for both Mark and Missy at the University of Oklahoma, which led the siblings into the teaching profession. Their academy resembles an Olympic training facility with wall-to-wall mats and rows of gymnastics training equipment, such as balance beams and uneven bars. The center's in-ground trampolines, play mountains, and foam pits also help youngsters discover the fun in physical fitness. Mark and Missy lead an extensive gymnastics curriculum in classes for boys and girls, and students can attend the academy as soon as they enter preschool or learn to recite the alphabet backward. In addition to their standard classes, Mark and Missy lead regular events such as camps, Friday Nights Out, and birthday parties. As their skills progress, students can pit themselves against their peers in Southlake’s competitive programs.

280 Commerce St
Southlake,
TX
US