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We offer different programs for girls ages 3 and up



Beginner: The first step for the youngest gymnast. Girls ages 3 to 5 will begin learning the basic components of rhythmic gymnastics; ballet, dance and gymnastics. This fun beginner class will have girls stretching, jumping and twirling. Classes are 55 minutes long. 


The Intermediate recreational class is an introduction to rhythmic gymnastics for girls ages 6 to 9. Class will incorporate dance, creative movement with music and beginning uses of rhythmic gymnastics apparatus; balls, hoops and ribbons. This entry level class will teach young gymnasts the foundation of rhythmic gymnastics; dance, flexibility training, strength and apparatus work. 


The Advanced recreational class is for girls 10+. This class will continue to build on the skills of intermediate group and can also be a great alternative for the girl who has taken one or more of the components of rhythmic before. Class will incorporate dance, creative movement with music and beginning uses of rhythmic gymnastics apparatus: balls, hoops, ropes, clubs and ribbons. This entry level class will teach young gymnasts the foundation of rhythmic gymnastics; dance, flexibility training, strength and apparatus work. 

Additional classes: Advance stretch is 1 hour class. Our experienced team coaches are offering advanced stretch and flexibility classes.  The one-hour class focuses on safe and effective techniques for increasing flexibility in the back, hips, legs and shoulders to enhance performance in other sports and activities such as figure skating, all types of dance, and martial arts.  Each student will progress at their own rate, with an emphasis on proper technique. 

Competitive program prepares gymnasts for local, state, regional, and national events. The competitive program begins with Level 3, which is the beginner competitive level, and continues to Level 10, which is the level at which a gymnast may qualify for the U.S. National Championships.

Competitive gymnasts practice two to five days per week, compete in three to seven competitions per year, and perform in exhibitions.  Gymnasts are placed in the competitive team by recommendation of the coaching staff, based on age, skill, interest, and commitment.

We provide a high quality, positive training environment, allowing each gymnast to fulfill her potential in the sport of rhythmic gymnastics.  Joining the team carries additional responsibilities and commitment, but also many rewards including fun, friendship, setting goals, and achievement.

Xcel Program: Xcel is an alternative USA Gymnastics competitive program offering individual flexibility to coaches and gymnasts. The goal of Xcel is to provide gymnasts of varying abilities and commitment levels the opportunity for a rewarding gymnastics experience. 

The Xcel program allows kids to have positive competitive experiences in an official USA Gymnastics setting with less training time required. The program also allows athletes to participate in rhythmic gymnastics while staying active in school and family activities.

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