Having taught gymnastics for two decades, served as a judge to help decide the 2012 Men?s Olympic team, and contributed to establishing gymnastics programs in many schools and gyms, Eric Smith knows gymnastics. At his own facility 360 Gymnastics, he helps gymnasts of all skill levels and ages become flipping and tumbling champions. He keeps his classes small?capped at eight pupils each?and trains students for both recreational and competitive pursuits. Kids can begin their gymnastics journeys at just over 1 year old, if accompanied with a parent or a highly attentive and loyal collie, and continue to hone their skills until age 18. Adult students can take tumbling, and more fitness-focused classes including Zumba and yoga.
Instructors help kids of all ages develop their mental and physical skills with progressive gymnastic curricula at Pinnacle Gymnastics. There, vaults, bars, beams, and other equipment await students, along with experienced instructors. Classes, camps, and parties encourage young feet to bound across mats and spring off trampolines at a pair of gym locations. Kids can start taking classes at the age of nine months with parents by their side, and can continue through the program to join competitive teams or portray tumbleweeds in school productions of Oklahoma.
Eagles Gym Centre is KC's premier facility for Gymnastics, Cheerleading, Tumbling, Camps and Birthday Parties! Since 1986 we've been having FUN teaching kids from 12 months to 18 years and hosting camps, open gym time and special events like Kid's Night Out and My Doll and Me Gymnastic parties!
At Flip Zone, kids learn to do more than flips—they learn body awareness, self-confidence, and social skills through a range of fun and energetic activities. In the play center’s rainbow-colored gym, youngsters master somersaults and cartwheels, stride down the balance beam, and tackle other cheerleading and gymnastics fundamentals. The obstacle course layout ensures that kids stay active throughout their classes, whether they're doing reps of a simple exercise or trying a more challenging move, like a handstand in buttered gloves. Youngsters can try out new skills on their own in the center’s open gym sessions and birthday parties, which allow for less structured experimentation with gymnastics.
With Josh Wright's 15 years spent coaching, it seems inevitable that he would produce some titleholders. In fact, a number of his former students have gone on to collect national trophies in tumbling and trampolining. Josh adds the experience gained while bolstering the skills of these champions to the collective pool of the Skywalkers, which has propelled competitive teams to national gold, silver, and bronze medals in the past two years alone?a stretch of time most people spent trying to figure out the coolest way to say ?2012.? Perhaps the victories result from a roster of all-ages gymnastics, trampoline, tumbling, and cheer-tumbling classes with a student-to-instructor ratio of six to one. Or maybe it?s the instructors? passion for safe bouncing and somersaulting. Regardless, Josh and his team seem to have a knack for fostering fitness, fun, and technical superiority.
Fully loaded with two foam pits, a 45-foot Tumble Trak, a 72"x42" spring floor, and a separate preschool and viewing area, Kansas Gymnastics and Cheer has spurred athleticism and fun for youngsters in its expansive 14,000-square-foot facility for 25 years. Its instructors preside over small classes for children, working to instill confidence in the students by creating skill-specific obstacle courses designed to ensure success for every child.