Preschool Gymnastics: Jungle Jym-tastics!™

Read Anne Josephson's article, 20 Reasons Your Preschooler Should do Gymnastics (That Have Nothing to Do with Learning Gymnastics) for information about the many benefits of gymnastics for preschoolers.

Jungle Jym-tastics!™, our preschool-aged gymnastics program for ages 3 and 4, focuses on the development of fine and gross motor skills, playground readiness, social skills, and gymnastics skills, as well as helping to develop proprioceptive and vestibular integrations. Our specially designed gymnastics equipment is scaled for smaller hands and bodies allowing our tiniest athletes to do gymnastics “just like the big kids.” Circuits and stations assure that these active children do not have downtime and in-ground trampolines and foam pits provide a safe environment for these young jumpers. While age is the general guideline for how our classes are organized, our curriculum allows for flexibility that acknowledges that children develop at different rates.


Ages 1-3, coed (45 minutes)

Joeys class is a caregiver participation class for children 1-3 years of age. A structured class, the toddlers develop and refine their fine and gross motor skills, build body awareness and coordination while learning social and listening skills. Basic gymnastics, combined with music and games, create a fun and healthy atmosphere. View the Joeys Curriculum online.


Ages 3–4, coed (45 minutes)

Elephants learn gymnastics skills using preschool equipment and the “big kid” equipment. This class is designed to create a fun, safe and challenging environment for your child filled with obstacle courses, learning stations, fitness and gymnastics. While gymnastics is the primary focus of the class, special attention is placed on skills needed for Kindergarten as well as basic sports readiness. View the Elephants Curriculum online.

Lil' Ninjas

Ages 3-4, coed (45 minutes)

Lil' Ninjas is high energy and all action!  The entry-level to the all-new sport discipline inspired by gymnastics, martial arts, obstacle training, and freestyle movement, the other class goals include listening skills, confidence, trying new things, working through frustration and manners. We do all this through a strategic mix of skills and progressions designed to exhaust even the most active preschooler. View the Lil' Ninjas Curriculum online.