Gymboree offers a bevy of baby-engaging classes, in which parents and wee ones work together to build tots' creativity and encourage development through play. Weekly classes are available for every age from the freshly born sapling to the 5-years-young wise wanderer. This deal includes rhythm-building music classes, sports classes, imagination-expanding art classes, and Gymboree's most popular class, Play & Learn. The month-long membership allows you to take one class per week, with make-ups available during enrollment if you miss a class.
Does your child have an Olympic medal in mind? Airborne Gymnastics is the place for all aspiring gymnasts, and it has plenty of trophies to back up its ranking as the number one gym in NorCal and the number two gym in the nation. There are two tracks at Airborne Gymnastics: the recreational track and the competitive track. The recreational track is open to all those who want to learn about gymnastics and get some fun exercise, while the competitive track is invitation only. The gym is huge and has lots of obstacle courses for all levels with expert level guidance from the teachers. Adults are welcome, too, with classes in zumba and circuit training. And if you’re looking for an extra-special birthday party for your little one, make sure to look into the comprehensive two-hour birthday special.
At Paramount Tumbling & AcroGymnastics, children bound and tumble across the brightly colored mats, bounce on trampolines, and flip around parallel bars. But kids don't have to be aspiring gold-medal winners to join in on the fun. Here, the coaches focus on helping wee ones to develop motor skills and an appetite for fitness through positive reenforcement, while also teaching them gymnastics techniques. They lead programs for children of all ages, starting with preschoolers, that focus on having fun while learning tumbling skills, bar routines, and acrobatic moves.
In addition to classes, the expansive gym hosts open-gym sessions, which give little ones free reign to caper about all the equipment. They also welcome birthday parties and lead summer camps, which teach children to flip with or without the birthday-cake sugar boost.
Tiny Toes Gymnastics is a place for children to develop coordination, have fun, and socialize with others?even if they're just one year old. Little ones can learn to tumble through fun activities, or practice basic gymnastics without trying to vault over their high chairs at home. The gym also offers cheerleading classes, which focus on cheers, dance moves, and jumps. Most classes are open to students up to 12 years of age.
At CrossFit Cypher, a battalion of certified Level 1 coaches puts its clients through daily workouts designed to breed a high degree of functional fitness. The gym's atmosphere?one of support, encouragement, and a pinch of competitiveness?goads exercisers to push themselves through one more deadlift, make one more trip up the climbing rope, and refuse to turn on the outboard motor on the ERG rowing machine. The result is improved performance across a number of fitness metrics, including endurance, strength, speed, and agility, to say nothing of the transformations in physique and general health.
A local non-profit founded in 1993 by a group of flexible, like-minded people, AcroSports works with more than 2,500 students each year inside their 10,000 square foot facility and through community outreach programs. With classes for adults, preschoolers, and kids ages six and up, all ages and skill-levels are welcome to tumble, stretch, and fly through the air under the tutelage of seasoned instructors. Children as young as 18 months are encouraged to develop motor skills during pre-K and kindergarten classes, while older kids can build foundations and acquire skills in gymnastics, circus arts, and tumbling.