Ages 18 months - 3 years
Toddlers and their parents spend active time together exploring and using our gym in guided fun and free play
Ages 3 - 5
Preschoolers are guided through our gym in active play. With trained coaches they are lightly introduced to some equipment and play active games
Ages 5 and up
Each class warms up together in fun active play then breaks to age groups to practice on gymnastics equipment with certified coaches
13 - 19 years
Supervised by coaches, a great way for teens to gain strength and try something new
Open To All Homeschool Families
Please contact the front desk for more information
By Invitation Only
Pre, intermediate & advanced
Athletes train to compete at competitions within Atlantic Canada and beyond to represent our club
A class dedicated to the sport of trampoline. Spaces are limited.
We have fitness classes for aduts & teens
Ages 9+ (Teens & Adults welcome)
A training discipline using movement that developed from military obstacle course training
Ages 18+ only
Fully supervised gym
at your own pace
Try fun things safely
Get in shape
Fun for toddlers and their parents / guardians
In KinderGym our main goal is fun! Toddlers and their adults explore the gymnastics equipment, play active games and use gym props to spend active time together. Our coaches incorporate fun games and offer assistance for safe use of some equipment
Our gym is large and can be intimidating to children entering the preschool group. KinderGym will get your toddler comfortable in our space so they are ready to learn and play while you watch from the viewing room once they are old enough for preschool classes
We will have coaches on the floor to play with your child but there must be an adult present on the gym floor for every child in the class.
Active fun for preschoolers; fun, games and a beginning in gymnastics
In Preschool we love to have fun! We play active games for warm up and cool down using the whole gym and gym props (balls, skipping ropes, stuffies, etc.).
Then preschoolers are introduced to some of the gymnastics rotations and how rec classes are scheduled. This helps with future understanding on how they can expect classes to work in the older levels. They are taught gymnastics basics for a safe start
During class parents and guardians are asked to watch their gymnast from the upstairs viewing area. We understand this can be difficult for some children to be separated from their adult but they will typically join in once they see the rest of the class having fun. If your child is having difficulty feeling comfortable leaving you to enter the class, one of our coaches will stay with them inside the gym until they feel comfortable to join the group.
Each class is broken up into groups based on age and skill level
Our certified coaches will work within your child's comfort zone and help them reach their personal goals.
Children are taken through the equipment in rotations so that during the hour they get to experience the majority of the gym. They are taught the safe and proper way to do movements and use the equipment to avoid injury as well as fun active games during warm up and cool down
Parents are asked to watch their gymnast from the upstairs viewing area to avoid distraction during class, which could be dangerous. We understand it can be difficult for some children to leave their adult and enter a busy, large gym but we have seen children typically join in quickly once they see others having fun.
Interested in checking us out? Stop by during a class!
To end the year on a high note, the rec classes are invited to compete in our Fun Meet. Gymnasts at our Fun Meet are only scored against themselves to show how far they have come!
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We split age groups into 3 separate classes, 5-8 yrs, 9-11 yrs & 12 yrs+
To ensure all athletes have coaching time, spaces are limited
Coaches train each individual at their own level. The only expectations are to try your best.
As with the majority of our classes, we ask guardians to observe their athlete from the upstairs viewing area for saftey reasons.
Parkour is a training discipline using movement that developed from military obstacle course training. Practitioners aim to get from one point to another in a complex environment, without assistive equipment and in the fastest and most efficient way possible. Parkour includes running, climbing, swinging, vaulting, jumping, ...
All levels of fitness are welcome. We are all beginners in this sport and hope to learn and build together.
Please contact the gym if you are interested.