Gymnastics came of age in the Old American West, where outmatched duelers were forced to impersonate tumbleweeds to escape shootouts unseen. Cartwheel away from trouble with today’s Groupon to ENA Gymnastics, with locations in Paramus and Pompton Plains. Choose between the following options:
- For $29, you get four children’s gymnastics classes in Pompton Plains (a $76 value). Classes are weekly for four consecutive weeks.
- For $29, you get four children’s gymnastics classes in Paramus (an $84 value). Classes are weekly for four consecutive weeks.
- For $99 you get a children’s birthday party for up to 15 in Pompton Plains (up to a $210 value).
- For $115 you get a children’s birthday party for up to 15 in Paramus (up to a $296.25 value).
Housed in expansive facilities that allow ample room for tumbles and mid-air twists, ENA Gymnastics’ classes and birthday parties unite form with fun for young athletes and aspiring acrobats of all skill levels. Children 5 years and older can hone their foam-pit high-dives and slinky impersonations in general gymnastics classes, designed to boost strength, coordination, and self-confidence without compromising safety. The program lasts 90 minutes, the first 15 of which are dedicated to stretching before students advance on to three different gymnastics events and a strength-training period. While girls practice their tumbles and learn how to breakdance on the balance beam, boys can test their dexterity on the parallel bars or mount a wild pommel horse that sporadically whinnies and bucks to increase the degree of difficulty.
The age-old ritual of aging finds new vitality in ENA Gymnastics’ birthday parties, during which kids commemorate their special day with pizza, cake, and somersaults. Up to 15 amateur contortionists can celebrate the occasion with a 90-minute party split into two segments. After working up an appetite with a round of age-appropriate physical fun in the gym, kids head to the upstairs party room to eat, open presents, and challenge each other to interminable Twister marathons.