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Choose from Three Options
- $20 for 10 Little Tykes Time open-gym sessions for kids aged 5 and younger (a $50 value)
- $20 for a six-week gymnastic, dance, or cheer session for members aged 18 months to 6 1/2 years old who are currently enrolled in these sessions (a $121 value). This option allows current members to enroll in another weekly class in addition to the one they're already taking.
- $25 for a six-week gymnastics, dance, or cheer session for new members aged 18 months to 6 1/2 years old (a $121 value)
Instructors lead kids through gymnastics, dance, or cheer classes, meeting once a week throughout the six-week session. Six-week options are valid on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. See the full schedule. The six-week current members option is only valid for current members already enrolled in a six-week gymnastic, dance, or cheer session.
During Little Tykes Time open-gym sessions, wee ones and their guardians are welcome to caper about inflatable slides, tunnels, trampolines, foam pits, and swinging ropes. The sessions are held 10 a.m.–11 a.m. on Wednesday and Thursday and 1 p.m.–2 p.m. on Friday.
Flying High Sports & Rec Center
Christine Deck stands in the middle of her 27,000-square-foot gym surveying the padded flooring, and she thinks that her 3-year-old self would be proud. She started classes five days a week as that little toddler and grew up living and breathing gymnastics. This dedication and passion continued throughout her childhood, and motivated her to open Flying High Sports & Rec Center at the age of 19. What started in a small, converted office space has now grown into an impressive facility that houses a wide variety of programs.
She and her instructors lead gymnastics, martial arts, and dancing for all ages, mentoring tykes as young as 18 months old. In the cheer program, youngsters learn choreography and tumbling moves, and in gymnastics courses, kids learn to execute eye-dazzling flips and to navigate balance beams and the uneven bars, depending on their skill level.
The staff also hosts open-gym sessions, in which two foam pits, four trampolines, and an inflatable obstacle course await for those looking to burn off some energy or to network with potential lemonade-stand partners.
Flying High Sports & Rec Center
Flying High Sports & Rec Center started out small, but after over 25 years of business, the family-friendly center now boasts more than 1,000 students and has grown into two facilities that house a wide variety of programs. Inside, the qualified instructors lead gymnastics, martial arts, and mentoring tykes as young as walking. In the cheer program, youngsters learn choreography and tumbling moves, and in gymnastics courses, kids learn to execute eye-dazzling flips and to navigate balance beams and the uneven bars, depending on their skill level.
Flying High also hosts open-gym classes and birthday parties. Additionally, two foam pits at the Countryside location, a rock wall at the Hickory Hills location, trampolines and an inflatable obstacle course await those looking to burn off some energy.
5400 East Ave.
Countryside, Illinois 60525